Post by The_Wayward_Admiral on Aug 25, 2016 3:52:48 GMT
TheGraveKnight in my opinion, it does get easier to get a decent balance going as you get further, but the classes don't get easier themselves. That being said High School doesn't get too much more difficult as you ascend the ranks of classes because they mostly jump around subjects instead of increasing specificity in one area (i.e. Physics->Chemistry->Biology->Psychology).
I personally don't think that college gets harder as one progresses through the years. I personally have struggled/do struggle with all the necessary balancing (engineers get a lot of experience in being awake before they get their degree), but it really gets more comfortable and familiar as you get used to how classes and extracurriculars work at collegiate level. And once you get past GenEds, the really high level, super specific courses are challenging in the extreme, but they're extremely interesting and it becomes fun to figure it out. On the other hand, I could go on for some time about how hard the life skills/social aspects of college can be.
I`m not in college but this is my first year of high school. I`m having a hard time trying to balance everything since I have 6 classes-worth of homework, does it get easier?
I barely remember anything productive in highschool and I passed with a high enough grade point average to get a full ride through my first 2 years in college. In my opinion, once teachers stop caring about their annoying students as you get closer to graduation, it just gets easier. But that was my experience, and everybody's experience will be different from another's.
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