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    As the rate of college students using Rate My Professor website is growing quite rapidly in the United States, the question of whether it will benefit students’ schoolwork quality or not has sparked a lot debate. Rate My Professor is the largest online destination for entirely student-generated professor comments and ratings. Indeed, there is no doubt that the celebrated website, Rate My Professor, tends to be the quite popular reference for our college students to arrange every semester schedule due to its including a general range of college professors, no matter senior or fledgling. In addition to that the website enables students reflecting their comments and professors receiving feedback, in fact the majority of college students, primarily utilize it to schedule the courses with…

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    describes the life of Professor Charlotte McMath, an older woman with reddish - blonde hair and green eyes hidden behind a pair of round-framed glasses. Professor McMath is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Mississippi College (MC) in Clinton, MS and she’s also an advisor to many students who plan on graduating with a degree in mathematics from MC. Lots of people could learn from the life of Professor McMath because of hardwork in her past, which gave her the…

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    Meeting My Professors At the begging of every college students career they get the same pice of advice at one point or another. Meet with your professors. This year I did just that. I emailed every one of my professors asking them if there was a time that we could meet to discuss what I can do to succeed in their class. Most of them gave the same advice but they were all different in how they went about it. The first meeting I had was with my Foundations Art Studio professor. Her name is…

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    transition. First off, most students do not understand the difference between a high school teacher and college professor. Second problem would be going to class every day. Many polls suggest college professors should be required to take attendance just like high school teachers; however, I think…

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    Many High school students are constantly reminded College professors are not the same as High school teachers. But why is that? Both high school teachers and college professor’s main role is to teach their students, give assignments and deadlines and more. High school teachers compared to College Professors is a conflicting subject. In ways both teachers and professors have similar roles. Although professors are great instructors., but teachers are more structured and organized, constantly…

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    He the serum and at first, it seems to work, but there’s a price to pay for vanity. In Christopher Robichaud’s essay Professor X Wants You, he says “The choice he’s prepared to pay more for is the one he prefers more” (par. 9). Beast wanted to be normal so bad, he risked his own self to do so. The inevitable Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde transformation that happens proves him wrong. The serum did alter his DNA and appearance; but instead of looking normal be becomes the beast he already thought he…

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    education. Those three novels were “Kenyon Commencement Address” by David Foster Wallace, “How Teachers Make Children Hate Reading” by John Holt, and “Why Colleges Shower Their Students with A’s” by Brent Staples. These authors had their own opinions or experiences with education that they didn’t agree with. David Foster Wallace believes a person tries to adjust their natural settings and alter the selfish thoughts they have, they can be considered as more adjusted individual`s, John Holt…

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    In the essay “The Dog Ate My Disk, an Other Tales of Woe” Professor Carolyn Foster Segal explains that even after lengthy syllabus warnings and a humorous cartoon of a cat explaining to its teacher that a dog ate its homework, students still came up with multiple excuses for being tardy, absent or turning in assigned work late. She categorized the excuses into these five categories, the family, the best friend, the evils in dorm life, the evils in technology, and the totally bizarre. For…

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    At most colleges, safety is the one of the main focuses besides academics and reputation. The open carry concealed weapon law will bring about safety concerns for students. The same thing can be said for the faculty and the parents of these students. College professor will have to face several safety concerns with guns being allowed in the classroom. According to the article, “College Campuses Are Safer Without Concealed Weapons,” college professors have already started to limit their office…

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    life decisions. In this essay Professor Mark Edmundson directs his focus towards incoming freshman in college. Edmundson strives to convenience his audience that…

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