The most frustrating thing about my school is planning what to do for fun outside of campus.
I am an older student so I'm not really part of the circle, sometimes it makes harder because I can't get together with other students to study.
There isn't any!
Attendance policy and pointless homework assignments for grade are worth more than actual test and paper scores. Intelligence gains you nothing at this school, going to class and doing homework is what they want. Being able to learn on your own and score well on tests and papers is not what they are looking for at Misericordia, simply shut your mouth show up and do homework. Not my idea of higher education, I do not want to be a mindless drone.
The lack of wireless in rooms
The professors always have the tests on the same weeks, planned or unplanned.
Learning the buildings, some are connected. Also, the construction makes it difficult, but its needed.
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