Most of my classes are small about 5 to 20 students, just one class Biology is pretty big because that class is an introductory class and most students take it since it is super easy. I love my MWF classes because not only are they fifty minutes long but there most of my interesting courses, my Tuesday and Thursday class is one hour and twenty minutes and even though that seems pretty long trust me it goes my so fast, and since I have public speaking that day, it goes by so much faster than you could ever think. I love my classes sizes and it is so much easier to get to know your classmates and professors.
My classes are all surprisingly small with about 15 students in each, and with the exception of math class and introductory business class, I believe that is how the majority of classes on campus are. Tuesdays and Thursdays can be a little more difficult when the classes are an hour and twenty minutes, but most of the time I'm not counting down the minutes until I can escape, and I actually enjoy what's being talked about.
Most of my classes consist of about 20-30 people which is great because you get to know most of your classmates and your teacher knows you by your name!! Professors are always willing to help and have so many office hours and they give students their cell numbers to call them whenever!
Depends on the classes, but they are small. Professor usually ask questiosn and make the classes interactive for students. I read before my classes to better understand the subjects but professor use examples and different resources to make everyclass interesting and easier.
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