If you took that “How’s School Going?” survey, I know a little bit about you now. Generally speaking. I don’t keep track of your answers. That’d be creepy.
If you didn’t take the survey, no worries.
Either way, it’s still a little awkward because you might not know a lot about me.
Essentially, here it is: I was a pretty good student in high school, but come college, I got in a major time crunch in college. I went to a seminary and had a 19-credit course load on top of other assignments and duties. Let’s say I was forced to learn quick how to get stuff done in a minimal amount of time.
I managed to pull it off, and again later when I finished up my BA online. For some reason, online course professors tend to assume theirs is the only class you’re taking, and at the place I attended (Thomas Edison State University) that was true more often than not.
I was the oddball, though, and took four 12-week classes at once.
And did that for twelve months straight.
And it sucked.