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Read more than just one or two chapters per textbook and not blow off class all the time. I can only imagine how worse it would've been if I could've surfed the internet while I was in class...

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Read more than just one or two chapters per textbook and not blow off class all the time. I can only imagine how worse it would've been if I could've surfed the internet while I was in class...

OMG if we could do that at my little ol' HBCU we would have all recieved straight A's.  The ethical code at my school was already sketchy at best.  We would have been e-mailing source code during Visual Basic class. So glad they could block that cause I was F'ing up the curve anyay LOL.

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I would've majored in something else.  Maybe Psychology or something touch-feely like that.  Not engineering.

Oh, and I would've actually shown up to class my first semester.
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I wouldnt wait the night before a test to start studying.

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1. I would have been a bit more thorough in my search for a college.
2. I should have doubled major in economics and philosophy; not just philosophy.
3. I should have studied abroad (perhaps Japan).
4. I should have never taken the following courses:
     -Philosophy of Mind (too much metaphysical jargon; and it was pointless)
     -African American History (the past is the past)
     -Gender and Pop Culture (disturbingly based in feminest ideology; and the professor was horrible).
5. I would have participated minimally with student organizations.

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I would've never dealt with that White chick who said she 'wanted to kiss me to see what it'd be like'....so much drama after that
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1. Waited until I was 18 to start school
2. Gone to class and passed biochem the first time around
3. Not have taken Hebrew
4. Not have taken Arabic (for an easy A....that ish wasnt easy)
5. Not have taken that French lit. class (that came highly recommended b/c the prof was sexy as hell)
6. Not have clowned Juan Dixon for being so damn skinny (at least not to his face) everyday in health class

I'm sure there are many more...

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1. Waited until I was 18 to start school
2. Gone to class and passed biochem the first time around
3. Not have taken Hebrew
4. Not have taken Arabic (for an easy A....that ish wasnt easy)
5. Not have taken that French lit. class (that came highly recommended b/c the prof was sexy as hell)
6. Not have clowned Juan Dixon for being so damn skinny (at least not to his face) everyday in health class

I'm sure there are many more...

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I would have gone to a cheap state school from the gate.

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I would have gone to a cheap state school from the gate.

hmmm exactly my current dilemma
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