When I went back to school, I was seriously worried about my abilities to succeed academically. Now many semesters later, I have a 4.0 GPA because I was able to revise my ancient study techniques and come up with the ones that work for me. If you are struggling academically, I strongly recommend looking over my methods and hopefully you can pick out a few that work for you.
So you are considering going back to school as an adult after a lengthy break from your youthful days of college experience, or, perhaps, you never attended college and are finally deciding to do so now, in either case the thought of sitting behind a school desk again can be terrifying and overwhelming…
I have been going to college for a few years now and have had some great professors and some awful ones… So, dear professors, please consider some of my suggestions for your future courses, because for some of us, you can still make all the difference between failure and success.
There is my essay on John Donne’s “The Flea”. The essay question was: If the flea could respond to the speaker, what would it say? Would it be on the speaker’s side? Would it brag about its conquest? Would it defend the lady’s honor? As an exercise, try writing “The Flea’s Side of the Story.”