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... behalf. The need to pass this class is very important, due to the fact, that the experience I am certain I will receive is very necessary for my future continuation of my education. I will also have this class as reference in the occasion that I may be struggling in college. I view in favor of this class in every aspect, because, even if I did not I do not have a say in which classes I want to take or the ones I am suppose to take. In another case, this class has help me to learn many ideas or concepts I did not know at all or that I was not very familiar with. One concept was MLA format, I was not very familiar with it, however, I now know how to use MLA format correctly. The next concept is how to write an argument, I already had a very vague idea on how to write an argument, however, the experience I gained here is more valuable that the vague idea I already had.
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