Right now, I am taking two remedial courses because of a placement test that I was required to take. The college does not understand that I took pre-calculus which leads me into calculus. But no, I had to take trig again to get into calculus. For my reading class, I am learning how to read critically. But I learned that in high school. In my English class, I learned how to write interview, observation, and recall essays. I learned how to write descriptively and show a scene. For my Chemistry class, some subjects are review if you took chemistry in...
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I am attending Cochise College Sierra Vista Campus therefore I can't comment on the main campus in Douglas. The Sierra Vista campus I have found quite adequate for my needs as a non-traditional student. The staff and class schedules are helpful and flexible for non-traditional students and traditional students alike.» Read More
Cochise College isn't too bad, it was fine at first but now they're asking for a lot of unnecessary things that I can't do. With me being homeless and having no vehicle, they still expect me to get up to the school like everyday, as well as fax over papers. Other than the difficulties I'm having at the moment, the school is awesome.» Read More
The small campus makes it easy to get around, and the teacher-student relationships are much more personal due to the small-town setting. Most students graduated high school here and the teachers also work at the high school so there's years of opportunity to learn what makes certain teachers click.» Read More