“The students and faculty at Cleveland Chiropractic College are always willing to lend a hand to any student seeking help.” Dr. Parker DesJardins
Many of the first questions asked from lower trimester students involve coursework load. How do you study for this teacher? How do you manage your time when studying for multiple tests? How many days should I start studying before a test? Believe it or not, but all of these questions and many alike can be answered by anyone walking down the hallway.
The students and faculty at Cleveland University-Kansas City are always willing to lend a hand to any student seeking help. I found out instantaneously as a new student at CUKC that students ahead of me were some of the friendliest people I had ever met. It didn’t take but five minutes for an upper trimester student overhearing me talking about a class for them to politely introduce themselves and give me all the advice they had on how to succeed in that class.
As many know, tests and classes are not easy in the Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) program. However, there are people all over this campus that all have an alias as a tutor. Everyone has their own advice and suggestions on how to overcome the obstacles leading passed finals. I never ran into any bad advice. When in need of some advice, there are people walking passed you that are willing to be your friend and give you advice quicker than you can say sphingophospholipid.
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