Most classes are pretty rigorous. Whenever possible professors opt for a discussion based class because class sizes are so small. This means that you have to either know what you're talking about or be decent at faking it. Plus small class sizes mean the teachers care and will be willing to help you when you fall behind, but they will also challenge you and take attendance, so you better show up. The one thing I hate is that Transy follows the +- rule where an A- lowers your GPA...
I feel challenged but my grades do not reflect it. I would get 100% on my mc question but some teachers are very subjective graders the answer may be right, but if its not what they want to hear its wrong. Some teachers and amazing and other are not so good. All depends on who you take.
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