What I Actually Learned in College

What I Actually Learned in College - What I Actually...

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What I Actually Learned in College By Pat McRell In high school, I was always a bit of a procrastinator. I rarely did any of my homework at home. I would usually do it when I arrived at school the next morning or during another class in which I had already finished all of my work for the day. Strangely, this always seemed to work for me. If I had a paper that was due, I wouldn’t start working on it until a night or two before the due date. I always managed to complete my papers on time, even though sometimes I didn’t get the grade that I was hoping for. I have never been too great at writing papers. I quickly found out that things are much different at college. It is best to do your homework the same day that it is assigned to you. If you wait to do it, chances are that it is all going to pile up on you and you’ll be lucky if you get even half of it done on time. This also works the same with papers. In high school, it’s never a huge problem to write a paper in one night. You can always slide by with an acceptable grade. Not here. College papers require much more research and organization. They are also much longer, so you will
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