At Tusculum, we have a different type of schedule. We take one class at a time for three weeks and then we get a four to five day break and then repeat. I really enjoy this because I only have to focus on one subject at a time and not have to divide my time up between three to four classes; I only have to study for one midterm and one final at a time! This really helps you focus and also helps you to learn and retain the information a lot better.
It's not too big, but not too small, either.
The best thing about this school is my work study. It is an amazing job, I work in the gameroom and I meet all types of people its so fun.
I consider the best thing about Tusculum College is the block system. I attend class everyday for 3 hours only for 18 days. The block system keeps me very humble because i only have to study for one class instead of 4 or 5 classes at any other college.
Tusculum has caring teachers and small classes.
The best thing about my school are the clas sizes, techers and faculty can really devote time to teching each student.
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