one of the most frustrating things about college was trying to juggle classes, homework, social time, several part-time jobs, and sleep
The area and the weather. When it hits winter, there's no turning back because winter can be here until March. Even though I've only been there for a year, it was very much frustrating. I also didn't like how small the campus was, even though it has some good parts to it.
The most frustrating is the young adults at the school are really immature. They don’t use their time wisely to study and they pay money to just have a fun college experience. Everyone looks forward to partying and hanging out with friends on the weekend. I dislike how students pay money to get an education and don’t realize that when they don’t do well, they are just flushing money down the toilet.
The learning environment, most of the people that attend upt are not motivated to learn. This behavior has an effect on me because as the saying goes “monkey see. Monkey do”
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