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    Oct 25, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    I recommend this course because it is a rigorous and challenging experience. The setting may give you a culture shock, but you leave that class with better writing skills than you can imagine. Often times Honors students may have an air of arrogance when they arrive during their freshman year. This class breaks you out of the feeling that you already know everything. Ms. Morgan is someone you get used to and she helps you grow. The path to greatness is filled with growing experiences, so if you are uncomfortable in her class you are on the right path.

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    This course made me a better student and writer. The growing process was undoubtedly painful, but I would take her class all over again. You learn everything you need to know about the English language in her class. You also learn more about what it means to be a college student. She holds her students to a higher standard so she expects more from them. I guarantee that by taking this class you will write better than most of the other students at the university. You will know how to write research papers, informative essays, illustrative essays, and so much more. These skills are transferrable to every major and career aspiration. By the end of the class, you will definitely know "A from bullfrog".

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    DO NOT DROP HER CLASS. Take a minute to actually meet with her one on one to discuss the errors she saw in your paper. She is probably one of the greatest assets to this institution. This is not your high school English class, therefore things will be drastically different than what you are probably accustomed to. Get used to not always succeeding on the first try. It is alright. It is a fact of life. This class prepares you for almost everything in life.

    • Fall 2016
    • GwendolynMorgan
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