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Written by Chris Kirschner
With about 3,400 instructional faculty at the University of Florida, it can be difficult to characterize professors as a single group. Generally, most professors are very willing to help you outside of class—you just have to take the initiative to seek out help. The University of Florida has a reputation as one of the most prestigious universities in the country, so expect course work to fit that. Don’t think you won't have to study. Yes, there will be courses you’ll hear about on campus that are an "easy A," but those are few and far in between. Become comfortable with “Club West”—you’ll be spending time in there for sure.
As a student, you are going to have to work to maintain your grade point average. This is not high school anymore, where no one studied and everyone just partied. Just remember why you are attending college in the first place—grades come first.
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