CAUSEEFFECTFINAL - Susan Stalte Gail Froggatt Composition...

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Susan Stalte Gail Froggatt Composition 108 November 9, 2011 Taking on a Heavy Academic Workload Signing up for semester courses can be quite stressful. In order to be considered full-time, students can take as few as twelve credits to as many as twenty-one. Typically, fifteen credits is the average. Assuming that they can handle the workload, some students may register for more than fifteen credits just to get some classes out of the way. Although its great for students to challenge themselves and maybe even take an extra class to lighten the workload for next semester, registering for a lot of courses definitely has side effects, both positive and negative. Taking on more than fifteen credits can obviously lead to increased stress levels. Having to study and complete assignments for up seven classes will typically cause mental and physical exhaustion. In order to pass the classes, its crucial to study, read and keep up in the course. With that said, sometimes students will miss one of their classes in order to attend a study session for another course. Having an unexcused absence will
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course ENGLISH 100 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Montgomery CC.

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