When you attended college, did you ever drop classes? If so, which classes and why?
Most students drop classes because they are not doing well in them. There is a usually a "window" of time that allows a student to drop the class rather than receive a low or failing grade which would lower their GPA. If it is a required class for their major they'll try to take it with a different professor or when they have a lighter class load.
The only class I ever dropped was an intro to philosophy class. On the first day, the prof told us he didn't expect us to accept his philosophy yet marked answers wrong on the test when our opinion didn't match his. I can see it being a wrong answer if the question was about a specific philosopher or the history of a particular philosophy, but not when it comes to answering a question such as "how do you know you're alive". I wasn't about to get a lower GPA for no other reason than what I considered a test asking for opinions and not facts got a failing grade because I chose to disagree with the prof.
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