By EB

For me distance learning was a pain. It was difficult to get help from teachers and it was harder to focus without the accountability that in-person learning provides. At first, it wasn’t so bad though; I came out of the first semester with all As and I was pretty proud of it. Then I got burned out. Being on your own without the accountability you put in less effort. In the second semester things got harder, so I had to work harder, and while in the first semester I didn’t have to work as hard, I became burned out. My grades have gone from straight As to nearly straight Bs and with the burnout and difficulty that distance learning has brought me, I don’t care as much to bring them all up back to As. I learn much better with in-person learning and I’m looking forward to next year.