Chemistry had always been a hard subject for me, but I’m surprised that I made an A in chemistry. I turned my homework in on time, I attended SI sessions and I read the chapters in the book before attending class, but that sometimes still confuses me. Every time I finish my SI session, I would come out confused. Chemistry SI sessions didn’t really help me understand the topic, but instead, it confused me sometimes. Seminar helps me a lot because Dr. Kutil goes over what we learn in class. She clarified and answered all my confusions and questions for chemistry. Even though on my first chemistry exam I only made an 74%, I was happy because I thought I was going to flop the test completely.
When I study for my test, I like to get together with my best friends in a little closed up study room; so a place in the library’s study room, or the little cubbies in the O’Connor building. I’m a part of the honors program and I like it because there’s a lot of higher cl...
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...m and how much I am willing to put in order to achieve my goals and expectations. I will not give up half way because college reflects who I am academy and as a person. Giving up means failure and I want success.
I think I made an B on my portfolio. I included evidences of what did in TAMUCC in order to fulfill my objective goals as a college student. I’ve also reflective over the evidence I had provided in details of my academic life. Everything in the evidence portion of the portfolio is explained in the reflective portion, nothing was left out or forgotten. I had also read over my portfolio three times to insure there’s no grammar mistakes. I gave myself a B because my writing skill isn’t the best, I have a lot of complications with my grammar and writing skill. The subject writing is what I’m least confident in. So, that’s why I think I made a B on my Portfolio.
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