I am always going to remember that day because I had the opportunity to meet more people and the most important I met the best friends that I have ever had. Finally, I think that it is natural that on the first day we feel nervous, but the things always have a happy ending, that's why I say that my first day in the university was very good.
For many students, the first year at college is an important step in their life passages. Nevertheless, despite of the expected challenges, it is hardly possible to avoid social and academic integration challenges, department from families and control of parents, and opportunity to have fun while forgetting about the importance of studying.
My first year at college has gone so much faster than any other year of my life. I feel like I’ve been careening through my semesters at breakneck speed. I’ve met so many new and wonderful people, and built up a friend group of people who are struggling with the same things as I am; we support each other, and they’re always there for me.
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Welcome! The following blog contains an example first class psychology essay that I submitted during the autumn semester of my third year. I am studying a BSc Psychology (honours) degree and hope that by reading this essay it will help you structure your own.
This question requires you to go beyond merely identifying schools' use of information technology in the classroom. You need to develop an argument around how schools can make the best use possible of such technology in the classroom. There may be many uses of information technology in the classroom, and you may wish to acknowledge this in the beginning of the essay.
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AWA: Academic Writing at Auckland. An Argument Essay argues for a position, which is usually stated in the Introduction. It may consider and refute (explain the weakness in) opposing views. The position is usually restated in the Conclusion.