There are so
many contrasting differences between...
College versus High School
There are so
many contrasting differences between High School and colleges that range from the
mode of classes or course/subject instruction. In
principle, there are various aspects and technicalities involved in the grading
criterion for both college and high school. For instance, in high school, a
grade D may be an irreducible minimum for a person to advance to the next
class. On the other hand, a similar grade in college may spell doom for the
candidate depending on the course being taken. Both college and high school
carry out regular tests; the difference
is that in high school there are makeup
tests in case one misses while in colleges’ makeup tests are rarely an option, and one has to request if they miss.
It is important to note and
mention that in both cases, there are qualified and trained instructors and
tutors who play distinct roles or duties. For instance in high school, the
instructors are supposed to teach, revise and correct the work of the students
on a regular basis. In college however, the tutor would be required to guide
the mental process and ideas of the students. In essence, it is to say that the
tutors in college, advance the development and growth of ideas of the learners
so as to encourage them develop unique ideas and academic principles.
in both college and high school attend classes but with a varied sense of
tenacity of strictness. In high school for instance, it is required that a
student attends all the classes and adheres to the set school timetables such
as games time, lessons and any other engagements. However in college, time
management is a sole preserve of the individual student except for the mandatory
class attendance. It is to say that the student would decide on his or her own
on whether to engage in games or sports or not. In principle, the number of
learners in a college lesson is relatively higher since a class can have up to
one hundred learners. However, in high school, the number is regulated between
thirty to forty five learners.