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Lucky advises new students in a thoughtful and example-filled short paragraph.

 
Advice for New Students of the PALC
by Lucky

      Being an adult student, I have learned a lot here and I would love to share it with new students. First of all, the teachers at PALC are very helpful and supportive. They provide all kinds of assistance to students. But it is each student's responsibility to work hard and to take advantage of the teachers. For instance, always try to attend all classes, hand in all assignments, ask for hand-outs if you miss any class and, most important, never miss any tests. Second, as we all belong to different cultures and nations, our pronunciations and interpretations may vary. By keeping this idea in mind, we will have better communication and understanding with each other. Finally, like other schools, the PALC has some well-thought-out rules. For example, turn the cellular phones off in classrooms, do not eat anything in class which makes a distracting noise, be on time for class, use the internet only for educational purposes and many others. All these rules are designed for the students benefit and I personally suggest all students follow them.

 

 

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