How college is different from highschool?

 Zenn (@ilovepeeta) 5 years, 9 months ago

I am now a first year college student. And i notice my classmates, every now and then, murmuring about how highschool is more fun than college. That highschool is stress-free than college. And they talk a lot about how college is greatly different from highschool.

For me, i think it’s still the same. Well, college just gets more difficult than highschool. Then, you call your teachers professors, you have different subject schedules and etc.

But what factor/s really differentiate/s college than highschool?

Anyone? Thanks.

July 11, 2012 at 6:53 am
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Solane23 (0) (@Solane23) 1 year, 2 months ago ago

It really depends on your experience in school. Being in High school means having more time for friends and less responsibility.  Unlike when you are in College, you are expected to be more focus in achieving your goals for your future career.  In college you will encounter a lot of written requirements which you can accomplished with the help of Marvelousessays.com reviews from the experts themselves.

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Stan (0) (@svdbend) 1 year, 2 months ago ago

I suppose the big difference lays in the way people interact with each other. High school is still kind of holding you by the hand while in college one becomes a much more independent thinker. (Sorry for the generalization)

Personally, I think high schools, in general, do a poor job of preparing students for college. Especially the first year is very different from high school and one needs time to sufficiently adapt to new environments.

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Tirquise (2) (@tirquise) 9 months, 2 weeks ago ago

It depends about you and.your adittude =) about type of college,profesors and subjects. But its not much different than a high school,tho u have to be more responsible =)

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Heidi Thompson (9) (@thomph) 9 months ago ago

College was WAY more fun for me, but it definitely made me grow more than high school made me grow. High school is more comfortable because you’re with people you’ve known and you all grew up in relatively the same environment so people are for the most part quite similar. My college was more of a melting pot and I learned a lot from other people’s experiences. You can also learn what you want to learn. That was huge for me. In high school you’re pretty much forced to be there and forced to take certain classes. College has requirements but there is more wiggle room and more freedom. Realizing I could just get up and walk out of a class if I wanted to was an actual realization for me. You’re there because you want to be, not because you HAVE to be by law.

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Seeker-e-Truth (0) (@Rajdeep) 4 weeks, 1 day ago ago

Here in India, high school is more of a rote-learning institute where you are spoonfed with all notes and you just have to memorize them and spill them all over your answer sheets during exams.

But college is much more intellectually stimulating. You are allowed and even expected to do you own research. Yes it is difficult but this is what real academics means.

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