Your first workshop of the day is the graduation requirements.
Tips on college classes:
- The duration of each semester is 15 weeks and one week of final exams.
- In order to complete a course, you must enroll in the course for a semester and receive a passing grade.
- Each semester is a new set of courses; whereas in high school, you could be studying a subject for a whole school year.
- College work go at a faster pace. The materials taught within one semester is comparable to an entire year in high school.
- A “D-“ is considered a passing grade for most classes, although it is not the best grade to earn. If you wish to repeat any courses for a better grade, please consult with an advisor first before registration.
A couple of tips about college professors:
- They expect you to come to class prepared, having completed the prior day's assignments, readings, etc.
- They expect you to come to class on time, and ready to begin the moment the class starts.
- They consider you as an adult.
- They may not take roll, except at the beginning of the semester.
- In high demand courses, they will drop you from the class on the
first day for non-attendance.
Next we will discuss placement test exemptions.