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Unformatted text preview: Ahmed Mazid Dr. Diane Russo English 105 12 March 2010 The College’s Freedom High School courses and those of college are alike in numerous ways, but they are also very different. Freedom in choosing this course is the main difference between high school, and college, but teachers, social aspects, and cost are other major ways that college differs from high school. High school courses are mandatory by the state, and usually free if you go to a public school. And those of College are usually completely voluntary, and very expensive. In high school, your teachers tell you what to do. Your parents generally made sure that you did your homework and studied for tests. Your time was pretty much managed for you. In college you are pretty much on your own. You have to manage your own time and study and do homework because you know that is needs to be done to pass the class, not because your mom is standing over you making sure that it is done. In high school, you are reminded of things that need to be done, and events sure that it is done....
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2010 for the course ENGLISH E 105 taught by Professor Russo during the Spring '10 term at A.T. Still University.
- Spring '10