Not only are online classes a hassle and at some points ineffective (depending on the curriculum and nature of the degree program) but can also be unfair to the students in terms of school tuition fees. Students are obligated to pay services that they can’t utilize because they’re studying in their homes. As a student, it all boils down to self-teaching and disciplining yourself to not become too comfortable and familiar with the place. Your home is your sanctuary of peace, a place for relaxation and bonding with the family, or at least it was.
If I could sum up my high school experience, it’s basically innocent me finding my way through a dark jungle filled with animals. I made tons of mistakes, mixed up with tons of drama, and heard tons of sermons. If I had a dollar every time my words get twisted and misinterpreted, I’d be the richest person on the planet.
Picking the wrong college course is a common mistake among students. In every student’s life, having to choose which degree program to study is one of the hardest decisions one has to make (especially if your options are limited). Since high school, we are asked about our plans in college and the same people passively pressure us about the likelihood of us failing and shifting if we continue to ignore their questions.
We are told about the possible hardships and lessons we’ll take when we mention a degree program of our choice and leave us discouraged. In return, they suggest a different one they think is best for us.
It’s perfectly normal to want to tell the whole world about your dream and your excitement to make it happen. It’s okay to tell people about your experiences and the hardships you had to overcome to reach this point. But always remember to work hard for yourself and not for the satisfaction of other people’s expectations. You must train yourself not to allow your self-esteem to be fully dependent on others. You don’t need to always show off you people to constantly praise you for your hard work.