making appointments with a study pal, tutor, or the
instructor. One resource often overlooked is a classmate who
seems to have a good grasp of the material. If it seem
appropriate, seek the individual out for help.
Periodically ask yourself if the course is meeting your
objectives. If you find yourself dissatisfied with a particular
class or the course in general, make an appointment with the
instructor to discuss your expectations. The earlier the better.
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