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Jonathon Romero Module 1 Pg. 3 questions 1. I disagree with Darnell, and I believe that he, the student, is at fault for not being prepared for college. If he would have applied himself and focused on working hard in class and learning he would be well prepared for college courses. 2. The teacher probably didn’t give Darnell a grade do to a mistake such as improper format or some type of error when it came to following directions. A teacher’s note such as see me does not necessarily always indicate a problem but in
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Unformatted text preview: most cases there is some great error that the teacher feels should be explained in a face-to-face conversation. 3. In my experience the main academic differences between high school and college are the expectations put on the students. Students are required to be more self-sufficient and ask for help if they need it. I read and studied on a regular basis in high school and plan to do the same in college....
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