My classemates are diverse.
Willing to learn and study together.
My classmates are eccentric, original and incredibly bright, highly motivated and multi-talented; they do not give up on themselves or each other.
Awesome, geeky, fun, spontaneous, wonderful.
My classmates are relatable, genuine, good, intelligent, and fun; most are there to learn, and enjoy working together for their personal and academic benefit.
My classmates are people who want to learn, and usually take engaging classes that they know they will get something out of.
They are friendly, determined, fun, crazy, creative, skilled, talented, intelligent hard workers.
fun, intersted in learning and haveing a good time
Some are really intelligent and truly interested in their studies. Some are slackers, but as you get further into your major you'll be learning alongside students who really care about being at school.
most of my classmates are opinionated and outspoken, however some are able to see many perspectives other then thier own.
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