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(12-02-2019 08:43 AM)10thMountain Wrote:  It’s a great thing for any college athlete’s schedule

It’s also an incredibly easy way to cheat for the athletes that can’t pass classes on their own and you’re naive if you don’t believe pretty much every school has figured out this perfect new solution to keeping the dumb but talented guys academically eligible

Until you go too far and get stripped of 2 years of football wins and a track national championship.
12-03-2019 08:17 AM
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Class sizes of under-35: very intimate, learn a ton, interactive, the best course experience by far

Class sizes of 50+: boring, feels like a factory, just being lectured at
Online classes: retain little, super easy to cheat

I remember my teachers/classmates in my sub-35 classes vividly. I recall little of those huge lecture hall classes and essentially nothing of online classes.
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