My College Life

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My College Life

I have started my college life in Matriculation College Negeri Sembilan for a few months. All that I can say is awesome! I feel blessed that I could enter the college. The one and only purpose for most of the students who are under the matriculation programme is to get into their high-ranked university, especially for science stream students. Most of the parents hope their children could be offered a place under the programme because they strongly believe that their children can get courses that they really want in the short period of one year. Most of the outsiders repute that the life in Matriculation College is easy. But then, now I deny the view, my college life is somehow trying. As the programme is short, students have to armed the ability to cope with the long syllabus for each subject. No more hoping a helping hand from others, students have to be initiative. For example, If you cannot solve any mathematics problem, you can look for your lecturer in the mathematic unit. Students are mostly welcomed and the lecturer will be glad to deliver the methods. It is advisable that students should have solve the problem immediately once they have any question.

Adaptation to a new environment is also a challenge for matriculation students. The first week in the college, I cried for almost everyday. The symtoms that students normally have: homesick, not independent and feeling loneliness. It will be find after some period of time when students getting familiar at there.

Communicating skills is very important too. Students should know how to mix with people from different races. Language is the vital tool for communication, such as Bahasa Melayu. It is the main language used in matriculation college. Practice makes perfect, speaking English everyday improve your English usage as well.

Futhermore, compact scheduled during weekdays make students have to keep on with nervous ryhthem. Students rush for classes from 8am till 5pm....
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