Daily Blog Post, Day 21 (Monday, July 27)

Write a letter containing advice to a future LevelUp or Wright College student.  What do you wish you had known before the program?  What did you like best?  What did you like least?  Is there anything else you think a student beginning the program should know?

Write the letter in Microsoft Word and then email it to rzelenka@ccc.edu.


3 thoughts on “Daily Blog Post, Day 21 (Monday, July 27)

  1. Dear Future Level Up/Wright College Student,

    I really enjoyed this program. I believe it help me better prepare for the test. I would recommend that you come prepared because this class is to help you prepare for your future not to goof off and make friends. Take this class serious because it helps determine if you test into college level course. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. The tutors and teachers are here to help you succeed. Be confident in your work and never give up.


  2. Dear future Level up students,
    Your future awaits you!!! I really enjoyed this program because it helped boost my confidence in writing and math. In order to get effective results in this class, you definitely need to attend class on time and every day, always do the work and blog posts that the instructors give you to do. If you don’t attempt it, there is no guaranteed that you will be placed into college credit classes at the end of the program. Also, work on Aleks at home, it will be very beneficial for you in order to ace the exam at the end. My favorite part of the level up program are the blog posts because it helps me express my feeling and thoughts thoroughly. Always work hard and never give up!!!!!


  3. Dear future Level Up students,
    Do your best and make every day count. Make as many friends and don’t have any drama or create drama. Be yourself regardless of anything and don’t let any one influence you to do something your not comfortable doing. Have fun! Take risks. Let your mind expand. Being at LevelUp is well worth your time. Also, DO ALEKS AT HOME! don’t waste a second not doing ALEKS. “The lack of a silver spoon has set you on a certain path but you needn’t stay on it. If you’re prepared to adapt and learn, you can transform.”- Kingsman.


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