the harder studies and clases and the people with some kind of ego
The most frustrating is the difficult academic because in this campus is strongly competitive academics. Many students have a good grades.
There is not enough class for enrollment. I understand limits but the administration should consider at the first place that 13000 student attend this University (Second largest University of Puerto Rico) and be more prepare in schedule-enrollment. Cause that students wait for hours for a few class, talking to department and counselors and with a chance that the correspond department will not open for more students.
The most frustrating thing about this school is that professors seem to look for ways to make you fail. Not all of them are this way but, sadly, most of them are. They swear they do stuff to help the student out but they only make things harder for us.
the freshmen year was very difficult for me because the classes was very different and more difficult than high school
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