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"Workshop"

Last week I went to workshop,theres lots of new things and information I learned. Specially in "Coping and Cost''. First, the difference between College Community and University. For intanse, in college community you can pay more cheaper and two years. Secondly, the difference between the tuition of Residents and Non-residents. For Example, the tuition of non- is more higher than resident. Lastly, how to apply financial aid, schorlarship and student loan. Finally, these reason give me an idea how to plan my school life for my first two years in college.
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Hi,

"Workshop"

Last week I went to workshop,theres lots of new things and information I learned. Specially in "Coping and Cost''. First, the difference between College Community and University. For intanse, in college community you can pay more cheaper and two years. Secondly, the difference between the tuition of Residents and Non-residents. For Example, the tuition of non- is more higher than resident. Lastly, how to apply financial aid, schorlarship and student loan. Finally, these reason give me an idea how to plan my school life for my first two years in college.

This is written in a very casual style. I haven't tried to change the style, but don't try to write college essays like this.

Here are some edits.

Last week I went to a workshop. There were lots of new things and information I learned, especially in "Coping and Cost''. First, the difference between College Community and University. For instabce, in College Community you can pay les money and just go for two years. Secondly, the difference between the tuition for Residents and Non-residents. For Example, the tuition of non- is more higher than resident. Lastly, how to apply for financial aid, scholarships and student loans. Finally, this workshop gave me an idea how to plan my school life for my first two years in college.

In Canada, we use the term 'Community College'. I don't know what you call it.

Clive
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Last week I went to a workshop; there were lots of new things and information I learned, epecially in 'Coping and Cost'. First, the difference between college community and university. For instance, in college community you have to pay much less and go just for two years. Secondly, the difference between the tuition of residents and non-residents. For example, the tuition fees of non-residents is higher than that of residents. Lastly, how to apply for financial aid, schorlarship and student loan. This information gave me an idea how to plan my school life for my two years in college.