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High school and College are very important to everyone all over the world. Everyone needs a good education in order to succeed in life. Without an education people would not be able to do any of their career jobs like teaching, owning a business, or any other jobs. High school and college are remarkable things for everyone to experience but they are very difficult tasks. High school and college are very much alike but are different as well. High school and college instructors, the curriculums, and the schedules, are the three most important things that have similarities and differences.

In my experiences through high school and college I have noticed many similarities and differences between my high school teachers and college professors. The similarities are that they grade tests, being around students all day, and teach students. There are many differences between teachers and professors. One difference would be that teachers are trained in teaching methods to help make them better teachers. Professors are experts in their particular areas of study. Another is that teachers often remind students about missing assignments, due dates, and incomplete work. Professors expect students to follow the course syllabus. Unlike high school teachers, professors treat students as adults and have high expectations for their students. This shapes and influence their behavior.

High school and college schedules have many similarities and differences. Some of the similarities are high school and college schedules both do not have classes on Sundays or holidays. And they both offer summer school classes. One difference is college allows students to attend school part time. In high school students have to attend school full time. Another difference is high school is twenty six weeks long with the same classes for both semesters. College classes are fourteen weeks long; then it’s a new semester and students can take new classes. When I was a student in high school, I had no choice of when I wanted to attend class and attendance was mandatory. Now that I’m in college, I can pick the time I want to go to class but attendance is still necessary to pass the course. College makes students realize that they have to be responsible in order to be successful.

High school and college curriculums have few similarities and differences. One similarity is that both curriculums have requirements and electives. Another similarity is that both curriculums emphasize math, literature, history, science, and writing skills. The curriculums also have some differences. One difference is that college offer different curriculums for each degree program they offer. High school does not. Another difference is that high school classes are one credit hour. College courses are three or more credit hours. The last difference is in order to graduate from high school, one must have twenty three credit hours. To graduate from college one must have one hundred credit hours. Unlike high school college gives students options on when they can or able to go to class, and what major they want to study in. College shows students how to become adults.

High School and College provides students with the tools to be successful in life. High school students when they enter college are treated as adults not as children. Professors show students that they have to do things on their own and not rely on others. I think that by showing students that they have to be adults will help them succeed in life because sometimes in life one cannot rely on others for help. High school and college have similarities because most of the things that are done in high school is done in college just much difficult . Instructors, curriculums, and course schedules are key factors that separate high school from college.

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danielrams07High school and College are very important to everyone all over the world. Everyone needs a good education in order to succeed in life. Without an education people would not be able to do any of their career jobs like teaching, owning a business, or any other jobs. High school and college are remarkable things for everyone to experience but they are very difficult tasks. High school and college are very much alike but are different as well. High school and college instructors, the curriculums, and the schedules, are the three most important things that have similarities and differences.

In my experiences through high school and college I have noticed many similarities and differences between my high school teachers and college professors. The similarities are that they grade tests, being around students all day, and teach students. There are many differences between teachers and professors. One difference would be that teachers are trained in teaching methods to help make them better teachers. Professors are experts in their particular areas of study. Another is that teachers often remind students about missing assignments, due dates, and incomplete work. Professors expect students to follow the course syllabus. Unlike high school teachers, professors treat students as adults and have high expectations for their students. This shapes and influence their behavior.

High school and college schedules have many similarities and differences. Some of the similarities are high school and college schedules both do not have classes on Sundays or holidays. And they both offer summer school classes. One difference is college allows students to attend school part time. In high school students have to attend school full time. Another difference is high school is twenty six weeks long with the same classes for both semesters. College classes are fourteen weeks long; then it’s a new semester and students can take new classes. When I was a student in high school, I had no choice of when I wanted to attend class and attendance was mandatory. Now that I’m in college, I can pick the time I want to go to class but attendance is still necessary to pass the course. College makes students realize that they have to be responsible in order to be successful.

High school and college curriculums have few similarities and differences. One similarity is that both curriculums have requirements and electives. Another similarity is that both curriculums emphasize math, literature, history, science, and writing skills. The curriculums also have some differences. One difference is that college offer different curriculums for each degree program they offer. High school does not. Another difference is that high school classes are one credit hour. College courses are three or more credit hours. The last difference is in order to graduate from high school, one must have twenty three credit hours. To graduate from college one must have one hundred credit hours. Unlike high school college gives students options on when they can or able to go to class, and what major they want to study in. College shows students how to become adults.

High School and College provides students with the tools to be successful in life. High school students when they enter college are treated as adults not as children. Professors show students that they have to do things on their own and not rely on others. I think that by showing students that they have to be adults will help them succeed in life because sometimes in life one cannot rely on others for help. High school and college have similarities because most of the things that are done in high school is done in college just much difficult . Instructors, curriculums, and course schedules are key factors that separate high school from college.

danielrams07
High school and College are very important to everyone all over the world. Everyone needs a good education in order to succeed in life. Without an education people would not be able to do any of their career jobs like teaching, owning a business, or any other jobs. High school and college are remarkable things for everyone to experience but they are very difficult tasks. High school and college are very much alike but are different as well. High school and college instructors, the curriculums, and the schedules, are the three most important things that have similarities and differences.

In my experiences through high school and college I have noticed many similarities and differences between my high school teachers and college professors. The similarities are that they grade tests, being around students all day, and teach students. There are many differences between teachers and professors. One difference would be that teachers are trained in teaching methods to help make them better teachers. Professors are experts in their particular areas of study. Another is that teachers often remind students about missing assignments, due dates, and incomplete work. Professors expect students to follow the course syllabus. Unlike high school teachers, professors treat students as adults and have high expectations for their students. This shapes and influence their behavior.

High school and college schedules have many similarities and differences. Some of the similarities are high school and college schedules both do not have classes on Sundays or holidays. And they both offer summer school classes. One difference is college allows students to attend school part time. In high school students have to attend school full time. Another difference is high school is twenty six weeks long with the same classes for both semesters. College classes are fourteen weeks long; then it’s a new semester and students can take new classes. When I was a student in high school, I had no choice of when I wanted to attend class and attendance was mandatory. Now that I’m in college, I can pick the time I want to go to class but attendance is still necessary to pass the course. College makes students realize that they have to be responsible in order to be successful.

High school and college curriculums have few similarities and differences. One similarity is that both curriculums have requirements and electives. Another similarity is that both curriculums emphasize math, literature, history, science, and writing skills. The curriculums also have some differences. One difference is that college offer different curriculums for each degree program they offer. High school does not. Another difference is that high school classes are one credit hour. College courses are three or more credit hours. The last difference is in order to graduate from high school, one must have twenty three credit hours. To graduate from college one must have one hundred credit hours. Unlike high school college gives students options on when they can or able to go to class, and what major they want to study in. College shows students how to become adults.

High School and College provides students with the tools to be successful in life. High school students when they enter college are treated as adults not as children. Professors show students that they have to do things on their own and not rely on others. I think that by showing students that they have to be adults will help them succeed in life because sometimes in life one cannot rely on others for help. High school and college have similarities because most of the things that are done in high school is done in college just much difficult . Instructors, curriculums, and course schedules are key factors that separate high school from college.


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In my experiences through high school and college I have noticed many similarities and differences between my high school teachers and college professors. The similarities are that they grade tests, being around students all day, and teach students. There are many differences between teachers and professors. One difference would be that teachers are trained in teaching methods to help make them better teachers. Professors are experts in their particular areas of study. Another is that teachers often remind students about missing assignments, due dates, and incomplete work. Professors expect students to follow the course syllabus. Unlike high school teachers, professors treat students as adults and have high expectations for their students. This shapes and influence their behavior. This paragraph is significantly better than anything you have posted here to date!

High school and college schedules also have many similarities and differences. Some of the similarities are that high school and college schedules both do not have classes on Sundays or holidays. And they both offer summer school classes. One difference is that college allows students to attend school part time, while high school students have to attend school full time. Another difference is that high school is twenty-six or 26 weeks long with the same classes for both semesters. This is not always true - many electives in high school are only for one semester. College classes are fourteen weeks long; then it’s a new semester and students can take new classes. When I was a student in high school, I had no choice of when I wanted to attend class and attendance was mandatory. Now that I’m in college, I can pick the time I want to go to class but attendance is still necessary to pass the course. College makes students realize that they have to be responsible in order to be successful. This is the best writing I've seen from you!

High school and college curriculums also have a few similarities and differences. One similarity is that both curriculums have requirements and electives. Another similarity is that both curriculums emphasize math, literature, history, science, and writing skills. It depends where you go. You may never take a writing class at an engineering school and never take a science class at a liberal arts school. The curriculums also have some differences. One difference is that college offer different curriculums for each degree program they offer. High school does not. Another difference is that high school classes are one credit hour. College courses are three or more credit hours. The last difference is in order to graduate from high school, one must have twenty-three or 23 credit hours. To graduate from college one must have one hundred credit hours. Unlike high school college gives students options on when they can or able to go to class, and what major they want to study in. College shows students how to become adults.

High School and College provides students with the tools to be successful in life. When High school students when they enter college, they are treated as adults not as children. Professors show students that they have to do things on their own and not rely on others. I think that by showing students that they have to be adults will help them succeed in life because sometimes in life one cannot rely on others for help. High school and college have similarities because most of the things that are done in high school is done in college just much difficult . Awkward sentence. Try to rewrite this. Instructors, curriculums, and course schedules are key factors that separate high school from college.
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High school and College are very important to everyone all over the world. Everyone needs a good education in order to succeed in life. Without an education,people can not have a good job easily like teaching, owning a business,and so on. High school and college are remarkable things for everyone to experience but they are very difficult tasks. High school and college are very much alike but are different as well. In High school and college, instructors, the curriculums, and the schedules, are the three most important things that have similarities and differences.





Firsly,In my experiences through high school and college I have noticed many similarities and differences between my high school teachers and college professors. The similarities are that they grading tests, being around students all day, and teaching students. There are many differences between teachers and professors also . One difference would be that teachers are trained in teaching methods to help make them better teachers. Professors are experts in their particular areas of study. Another is that teachers often remind students about missing assignments, due dates, and incomplete work. Professors expect students to follow the course syllabus. Unlike high school teachers, professors treat students as adults and have high expectations for their students. This shapes and has influences on their behaviors.



Secondly, curriculums of high school and college have few similarities and differences. One similarity is that both curriculums have requirements and electives. Morover, they both emphasize on math, literature, history, science, and writing skills. However,The curriculums also have some differences. One difference is that college offer different curriculums for each degree program they offer whereas High school does not. Another difference is that high school classes are one credit hour. College courses are three or more credit hours. Additionally,in order to graduate from high school, one must have twenty three credit hours,and conversly To graduate from college one must have one hundred credit hours. Final difference, Unlike high school college gives students options on when they can or able to go to class, and what major they want to study in. College shows students how to become adults.



Finally, High school and college’s schedules have many similarities and differences. Some of the similarities are high school and college schedules both do not have classes on Sundays or holidays, and they both offer summer school classes. Nevertheless, shedules of them also have some basic difference. One difference is college allows students to attend school at part time. In high school, students have to attend school at full time. Another difference is high school is twenty six weeks long with the same classes for two semesters. College classes are fourteen weeks long; then there is a new semester so that students can take new classes. When I was a student in high school, I had no choice of when I wanted to attend class and attendance was mandatory. Currently, I’m in college, I can pick the time I want to go to class but attendance is still necessary to pass the course. College makes students realize that they have to be responsible in order to be successful.



High School and College provides students with the tools to be successful in life. In college, students are treated as adults not as children. Professors show students that they have to do things on their own and not to rely on others. I think that by showing students that they have to be adults will help them succeed in life because sometimes in life one cannot rely on others for help. High school and college have similarities because most of the things that are done in high school is done in college just much difficult . Instructors, curriculums, and course schedules are key factors that separate high school from college.





: that’s all things I can do for u, may be it’s not perfect coz I’m also a student, not a teacher.

One thing is u have to learn how to use transition words, that’s very important to make yr essays more clearly

Morover, try to varify your words to attract readers and also, advoiding to use short sentences that seem tobe informal. So good luck to u

the first topic is ok

the second, u can say:

Not only instructors but also curriculums has their own difference and similarities.

the third

besides instructor and curriculums, there're also similarities and differences existing in schedules

are they ok?
i have to say that this topic of this essay is too wide.

i've never met that kind. Emotion: sad Emotion: sad

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daniel:
You have many good comments from other teachers.
danielrams07High school and College are very important to everyone all over the world. Everyone needs a good education in order to succeed in life. Without an education people would not be able to do any of their career jobs like teaching, owning a business, or any other jobs. I agree with GG that this is really not true. Even high school drop outs can get jobs and own businesses, but government statistics show a strong correlation between how much people earn and how much education they have.
High school and college are remarkable things for everyone to experience but they are very difficult tasks. High school and college are very much alike but are different as well. High school and college instructors, the curriculums, and the schedules, are the three most important things that have similarities and differences.

In my experiences through high school and college, I have noticed many similarities and differences between my high school teachers and college professors. The similarities are that they grade tests, being around students all day, and teach students. There are many differences between teachers and professors. One difference would be that teachers are trained in teaching methods to help make them better teachers. Professors are experts in their particular areas of study. Another is that teachers often remind students about missing assignments, due dates, and incomplete work. Professors expect students to follow the course syllabus. Unlike high school teachers, professors treat students as adults and have high expectations for their students. This shapes and influence their behavior.

High school and college schedules have many similarities and differences. Some of the similarities are that high school and college schedules both do not have classes on Sundays or holidays. And they both offer summer school classes. One difference is college allows students to attend school part time. In high school students have to attend school full time. Another difference is that high school is twenty six weeks long with the same classes for both semesters. College classes are fourteen weeks long; then it’s a new semester and students can take new classes. When I was a student in high school, I had no choice of when I wanted to attend class and attendance was mandatory. Now that I’m in college, I can pick the time I want to go to class but attendance is still necessary to pass the course. College makes students realize that they have to be responsible in order to be successful.

High school and college curriculums have some few similarities and differences. One similarity is that both curriculums have requirements and electives. Another similarity is that both curriculums emphasize math, literature, history, science, and writing skills. I agree with GG that this depends on which college you attend. Certainly the core curricula in the liberal arts colleges has the same basic list of subjects as in high schools. The similarity is only superficial since college-level courses assume that the students already have mastered the elementary concepts in high school. The curriculums also have some differences. One difference is that college offer different curriculums for each degree program they offer. High school does not. Another difference is that high school classes are one credit hour. College courses are three or more credit hours. The last difference is in order to graduate from high school, one must have twenty three credit hours. To graduate from college one must have one hundred credit hours. Unlike high school , college gives students options on when they can or able to go to class, and what major they want to study in. College shows students how to become adults.

High School and College provides students with the tools to be successful in life. High school students when they enter college are treated as adults not as children. Professors show students that they have to do things on their own and not rely on others. I think that by showing students that they have to be adults will help them succeed in life because sometimes in life one cannot rely on others for help. High school and college have similarities because most of the things that are done in high school is done in college just much difficult . Instructors, curriculums, and course schedules are key factors that separate high school from college.