Compare And Contrast Essay: College Versus High School

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College vs High School College and high school are really different. College can be really stressful. They should make college less stressful like high school. College students have to worry so much about how to pay for college, get books for classes. They even have to worry about getting a hold of the teacher to have them help them out with an assignment. College can be more fun and excited if we didn’t have to worry so much. In high school you don’t have for many things like you do in college. High school is a lot easier because they don’t have to do as much. In high school you have pick your class and what class you want to take and if they don’t have that class open you have to pick a different one. In college you have make your schedule and what time you want classes and what days. If you want a class and you can take the class just at a different time. So you can take night …show more content…
So you have to be ready on that day if like you have a test the professor might tell you a week before and never tell you again. So you walk in and it’s a test day. So you have to expect the unexpected. College professor can cancel class with not getting a substitute. Some teacher cancel class weeks before the day actually comes. Class are 50 minutes long some are 80 minutes depending on the class you are taking. High school is almost the same setup but different. The teacher don’t tell you what the class homework in the beginning they tell you as the course goes on. They tell you when the test is coming up usually they tell you the day before. High school teacher can’t cancel class they have to find a substitute to teach the class or give out a packet of work or just a movie to watch. The student have to stay in the school they can’t leave like college student can. They classes in high school here in Dodge City are 80 minutes and with a 40 minutes study hall

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