The worst thing about school would have to be taking test. I have always had very bad test anxiety and free up during test and quizzes. I'll spend the whole night studying to only have the test put in front of me to draw a big white blank.
The worst thing about my school is the fact that it still feels like I'm in high school. It seems like in every class there are always people who don't take the class seriously even though they're paying to be there. Why pay for the class is you aren't going to take it seriously or not even bother to show up? It can be distracting when someone I'm sitting next to is talking to the person next to them or texting (which happens a lot).
Their downtown campus lacks a cafeteria area, but they are planning to move to campus to another building and hopefully that fixes the issue.
The worst thing about my school is that my particular major's classes a scattered throughout the campus because out school is to small.
The worst thing about my school would probably be that some of the rooms that we have classes in havn't been well kept, they seem to be fairly old and worn out compared to some of the other parts of the school.
Parking and the tickets the parking officers give when you have a parking pass or not.
The worst thing about MCC is that the people attending don't go for the right reasons. Meaning, the people that recieve a good amount of money through financial aid, withdraw from their classes and keep the financial aid money. That isn't fair for the people that want to learn and really don't have the money to pay.
MCC has a huge problem with parking. I have to allow up to 30 minutes extra before class just to find a spot. I believe that because of the economy the community college track seems to be very popular.
I consider the lack of quality learning centers to be the worst thing about our school. Granted that MCC is a community college I believe our studying materials should not only match one another but also be updated and in good shape. After all, even though the students aren't paying top of the line prices they should still get a top of the line education.
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