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Recent Posts

Subject: Re: Would you rather?

Forum: Would you rather?
I think I would rather be loved, because true love will give way to respect. While respecting someone will not (in most cases) lead to loving them, if you love someone then you will respect them physically and emotionally. I truly do not think you can love someone and have no respect at all for them, because you obviously love them for a reason that has meaning.
I'm probably getting way to deep on this one, but I think that to be loved by someone has much more value than just respect, because being loved is also at the same time being respected.

Subject: Group or one-on-one interviews?

Forum: Group or one-on-one interviews?
I had a group interview today for a program that I really want to get into at my school (pharmacology). This was my first major interview ever, so I was pretty unsure of what to expect. The downside to the interview was that there were six other people doing the interview with me, so most times by the time it came my my turn to answer the question, a lot of my ideas had already been stated. This made it seem like I was just copying what other people had already said as an answer, and it was really frustrating for me! Still, there were some people who gave poor answers to the questions, so it made me look a little better in comparison to them. Some of the people in my group made me look like a good candidate, but others made me look much less qualified.
My question is, do you prefer group interviews or one-on-one interviews? Or, do you prefer them equally? I would have to say that I prefer one-on-one interviews, because I feel much more confident saying exactly what I think of, instead of trying to base my answers off of what has and hasn't been said yet.

Subject: Re: better stabbed in the back or the front?

Forum: better stabbed in the back or the front?
Yeah, I would have to agree with you there. It's one thing to have done something bad to a friend, but to lie about it or tell other people about it would just make things all the more terrible. When they are upfront, your initial reaction is anger and frustration, but I feel like you get over it much quicker than when it is something secretive that your friend is hiding from you. Being stabbed in the back is always worse because it is even more shocking and unexpected, in my opinion.

Subject: Re: How Were Your Online classes

Forum: How Were Your Online classes
I completely agree with you about taking math courses online. I struggle a lot with math, and having that face-to-face lecturing would have helped me out a lot more in your case.
I took Texas Gov., Philosophy, Psychology, and Introduction to Theater online last summer. The only class that I may have preferred face to face was Psychology, because there was a lot of pure content that required a ton of reading on my own to understand. If the information would have been lectured to me, I think things would've turned out a lot better in the class. All of the other classes had a lot of online "busy work" and required a lot of textbook reading, but I felt like for the most part I could grasp the content in these classes a lot better.

Subject: Re: What have you Dissected?

Forum: What have you Dissected?
I definitely did a bit more dissecting than most people in my class, because I was in Anatomy and Physiology (last year). In all of my high school so far I have dissected a fetal pig, a worm, a sheep brain, a sheep eye, and a full-grown cat. Dissections are very interesting, but the smell of the dead animals and the preservative fluids that they have been soaked in was a bit nauseating for me at times. Not to mention the lingering scent that stayed in the classroom for several days after a dissection!