Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Of all the courses I have taken thus far at UMA, this is the most challenging. All year there have been so man "do overs" available and late work accepted. I don't agree with any of that. This is the first course that makes you be a student. A great professor and a challenging course. It's at the end of road as far as the certification course goes, but I am continuing on for my degree and I hope that college courses ahead will be much like this last course. I'm old school and your answer is your answer, no do overs.
I am currently still finishing up this course, but in a nutshell, it's tying everything I've learned up til now together. I have sat many times thinking "there's no way I can remember all of this". This final course has shown me that I have retained far more than I could have hoped. I look at the course studies that I am expected to code and say, "are you kidding me?!", it amazes me how much I have learned in such a short time. It's all so much easier than it looks. I vow to myself not to give up.
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Advice for students:
Don't give up! Be confident in yourself! I'm 46 years old and I am doing it, you can too. Everything is right there for the taking. Find a quiet room to set up your "classroom". Set aside "you" time everyday to dedicate to bettering yourself. No interruptions. Don't look at every test as you have multiple tries. Look at each one as it is the one and only and is the one that will make or break your grade. Using these tips I have maintained a 4.0 throughout this schooling.