The worst thing has to be advising. You will fidn your way through friends and your own research. I feel that each advisor says somethign different and no one has a straight answer. They will also try to talk you into harder classes than yous hould take or classes that they think will be more practicle. Sometimes they treat you like you don't know what you're talkign about. I just don't like the advisors and many others have found their own way around scheduling classes without them.
The worst thing about my school is the label it has. Most people believe that students who attend a community college is because they are lazy. That is not true. While other students who go to universities, party, and waste their parents money, I work hard at my community college. I do not come from money. I was told at a young age that my parents will not give my any money towards college. I am paying my own way, unlike most students. I know
The worst thing about my school is the size. As much as I enjoy being able to connect with my teachers on a smaller personal basis, I wish I was at a real college. I feel like I'm in highschool again walking through the halls at Montgomery Community College, yet I don't have enough money to go to a bigger college.
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