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English 104 Blog 1 - English 104 Comp and Rhetoric William...

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English 104 Comp. and Rhetoric - William Brown Howdy once again, College Station! I moved back to "C-Stat" last Sunday, January 16. I thoroughly enjoyed my time back at home in Mansfield, Texas, over winter break. You do not realize how nice it is to sleep in and not worry about due dates and exams for a while. I decided to basically replicate last semester, as far as classes go. I am taking fourteen hours, including math, engineering, english, and the history of theatre. The course load seems manageable thus far, so I should be able to have some free time in the process. After the first week, I was able to meet all of my professors. Surprisingly, they are all extremely understandable, which is a beneficial change since last semester. All of my professors seems enthusiastic and eager to teach, which is a major plus, as well. I feel like my most challenging class will be Calculus II, simply because of the work in the class. I have heard that it is one of the hardest classes on campus, along with Physics and Organic Chemistry. I am sure I will be able to succeed in it as long as I put in the required time and effort, though. I am
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course THAR 281 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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