Recently I discovered the importance of the word “no”. It’s such a simple word that surprisingly becomes very difficult to use as you get older. More specifically, the word “no” adopts an air of forbiddenness if you are a person who tends to consider the feelings of others before your own.
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College is supposed to an amazing experience. A chance to be on your own, meet new people, learn new things. It all sounds great, right? It definitely can be! But that doesn’t mean you can’t miss home too.
After you get your grades in college, you may have questions. Maybe your grade was not what you expected, and you’d like clarification about why. It may seem intimidating to email your professor about your grades, but professors get these types of emails all the time and most appreciate an open dialogue with their students. Here are some tips about how to email your professor about your grade, so that you can get the information you need and make it a learning experience.