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There was a professor that I had that was not nice and another that was unwilling to talk to me ,  there are many fair weather friends and a friend that pretended to be my friend. I do not want to dwell more in case it breaks my anonymity by giving the specific examples. What do you do to feel happy here and please do not say jobs because people from our school have told me to not even apply because I am out of the runing pre-oci and that caused me to almost not apply last night. 

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57 minutes ago, theycancallyouhoju said:

 

A prof is mean or another classmate cold? Son. 

School is hard? You don’t know if you’ll get an A? Son.

Dad??

Great post. Hopefully many future students read.

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I will note that OP is taking a break from the board but will be welcome back in a few weeks. Seemed in everyone’s best interest to take a breath; I hope s/he does read this excellent post. 

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