Through out my student career, I had never had trouble with school until I transferred to a university. I went from one of the smart students in class to … meh! ( My dear friends and families, now you know I was nothing like you thought. ) But everything happens for ( at least ) a reason. And I know my reasons. Or maybe my excuses? Who cares!
So I went to both community college and university. I have to say that I really liked the community college I went to a lot. It’s because over there I enjoyed most of my classes, I enjoyed taking classes that other students said it was hard, all my favorite professors knew me, and of course classes are way smaller. One of my favorite professors helped me get a tutoring job in the library. My boss and coworkers were all friendly and awesome. I had a lot of fun working with them and learned some cool tricks about solving algebra and calculus problems. Most people there really care about students and professors are there to teach. Unlike at universities, “professors are there to do research”. Of course, it wasn’t always pleasant, but I enjoyed it so much that I didn’t really remember ( that is why it’s always a good idea to write down anything that you want to remember forever because we will forget things ) anything that made me so sad or exhausted besides some students who I had hard time helping at my tutoring job :(.