The best thing about Lincoln University is the fact that most of the classes are small, and so that gives teachers more one-on-one time with the students. I had gone to the University of Missouri-Columbia before I came to Lincoln, and in some of my auditorium-sized classes, I never even spoke to my teachers except for during finals. The attention teachers at Lincoln are able to pay to the students due to a more controlled class size really helps when there's something I don't understand.
The best thing about my school is the way the halls are set up. They dont have everyone on one hall and it is divided so only a certain amount of people are using a bathroom at a time.
The students, well the one's who came for the right reason. They motivate each other and make school fun.
The best thing about our school is that it is a big school. There is ample opportunity for one on one help with teachers.
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