Importance Of Transitioning Into The Role Of A College Students

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As the semester comes to a close this assignment provides an excellent opportunity to look back on my experiences in this class. Writing is something that has always been an issue in my life. I do enjoy writing as long as it is not academic such as research papers. Throughout this semester, I was surprised by how much I actually learned and also how much I developed the writing skills I already had. In this essay I will talk about my participation, performance, progress and the process that I used to help me become successful in English 111. With any class that a person takes participation plays a major role in the overall outcome of the course. With poor participation comes a poor outcome. As on look back on the semester and think about my attendance, how well I engaged in class lessons, and coming to class …show more content…
When I think about an area that I have grown in writing conventions comes to mind. I have always struggled with writing conventions like spelling, grammar and punctuation. I still find myself making careless mistakes with my writing that I hope to continue to improve on. As I said before paper rater is a good website to help ensure that these mistakes stay out of my essays. Transitioning into the role of a college student was not as hard as I thought it would be. The hardest part about getting back into the routine of college life was making sure I had all my work done on time. I also found it challenging to juggle school life with raising a four year and being pregnant with my second child. As the semester continued I found it easier to juggle both by making a to do list. I would make a new list each week with the most important stuff at the top of the list. Having a list to go by made things a lot simpler. I also made sure I had time each week to study for any upcoming test. Following these guidelines allowed me to better transition into the life of a college

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