The one-course-at-a-time program is not for everyone, because procrastinating for a week can mean falling behind in 25% or more of the material that's important to the course. Enjoyable subjects can be really intense and fun on the block plan, but the difficult ones are less fun when they're taken over one block. The positive side is that either way, classes don't drag on for months and there's no problem with each professor treating the class like it's the only one you're taking and assigning homework accordingly, because it is the only class you're taking.
Cornell College is a campus for people who are genuinely interested in scholarly pursuits. It's not a "degree-mill" or for people are just interested in getting and education "because they have to." If you come to Cornell, come here with an goal in mind. Cornell's OCAAT system is great training for law school, or other challenging pursuits. You'll learn how to work hard here, if that's not your cup of tea and want an easier life in college, go somewhere else. This is a college for people who have a special commitment to learning and challenging themselves. I'm not saying it's bad if you don't have those qualities, I'm just saying, if you don't, this is not the college for you.
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