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Curtailing Students Freedom

One of the common misconceptions about campus life is which it grants students the independence to do what they want. Many students graduation from various high Colleges hopes to come to college and have direct experience of the freeness that many people associate with the school life. While indeed the class administration grants the students a platform to exercise their freedom and appearance, they have ways of curtailing it so that the students can remain dedicated to the mission of achieving academic quality. Students must attend classes every day lest they conclude losing marks, which is deducted from the overall scores at the close of the term.

Sometimes students are required to hand in the very best essay, yet they have been given very short notice. The duties may come with a short deadline, which means that the students cannot get sufficient time for parties and have a regular conversation with friends. The learners make sure that they have ready answers because they anticipate the sort of job the lecturer will issues. Nevertheless, some professors are too cunning to fall into the trap of students. They give complicated assignments that compel students to spend their time in the library every day until the end of the term.