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Is college as fun/hard as people make it seems?

  1. lovelyv929 profile image59
    lovelyv929posted 7 years ago

    Is college as fun/hard as people make it seems?

  2. Yawapi profile image59
    Yawapiposted 7 years ago

    It depends on the college and the major you choose. It's "harder" in that your professors won't hold your hand to get you to do your work - it will all be up to you. If you don't finish your work, you'll be marked down. It's fun because for many young people, it's a time to spread your wings and explore your interests, meet new people and learn new things.

  3. nidhi.singh profile image75
    nidhi.singhposted 7 years ago

    College is fun! its the building foundation of a child's personality. its the best learning phase of a persons life!

  4. ArtByCari profile image65
    ArtByCariposted 7 years ago

    If you go away to college and live on campus, it's amazingly fun. Just make sure you go to class and stay true to your studies as much as your social life. When you hit the "real world", you'll miss the freedom and carefree lifestyle of college.

  5. lburmaster profile image82
    lburmasterposted 7 years ago

    Be careful. The more hours you work, the lower your grades go. That is about as simple as it gets. Otherwise it is great.

  6. n.pady profile image54
    n.padyposted 7 years ago

    college is fun, college is tough....it depends on how you want it to be. college life brings to you new opportunities to explore and learn and also have fun by way of extra curriculars and various management and cultural fests which are there.
    studies will be tough, if you do not attend the lectures and study everyday.

  7. profile image0
    Buddhist Hotdogposted 7 years ago

    The first year is difficult if you live on campus - getting used to living with strangers and so on, but you get used to that pretty quickly and it's got a brilliant feeling of 'belonging'.  The workload can be a bit daunting because you have to find it all out for yourself, but if you're a fairly independent learner anyway, that becomes one of the best parts of it because you can study the bits that *you* want to study.

 
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