My First Day Of School

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She was 9 years old and it was her first day of school. Her family had just moved into America this summer. Her family moved in here for better education and more opportunities. Unfortunately, her father had died of heart attack two months before they moved to America. Her family moved in with her mom sister until her mom finds a job and house. Her aunt registered her for public school and even dropped her off for the first day. She was very nervous how the teachers and her classmates will be. How hard the school will be and how will she communicate with them. She went in and the teacher welcomed her and showed her desk with her name tag on it. The teachers and her classmates were so patient with her. School in U.S.A are something other countries …show more content…
Public schools in Pakistan are trashy and you cannot expect to get anywhere in life by attending them. My aunt taught at public school; she told me the salary is so low and the teachers just don 't care. The student can curse at teachers and they can 't do anything or the teacher can punish student severely without any consequences. There will like 60 students in a classroom or they will just sit outside and study. When my aunt told me that I was going to attend public school here, I was scared what kind of school it would be. On my first day, I was shocked by how well kept the school was. It was so clean and my class had only 19 students. The teacher was so welcoming and the students were well dressed. The public schools here are like the top private school in Pakistan. My fear of public school went …show more content…
Exams don 't start till High School here while there you start taking the exam since first grade. I still remember studying for my 1,2,3 grade exams and they were hard. I remember my brothers doing all night-er for their exams. The exams there are like exams here in college. They prepare you for college. I imagined the schools will so much harder, but it took me less than 30 minutes to finish my homework each night. I had already been taught most of the math lesson we were learning in class during my first year here. The Subject I struggled the most with was English because I 'm terrible at writing papers. I despise English courses. Although, I love reading and would read fiction or nonfiction as long as it interests

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