In my opinion, and also in my experience age definitely makes a difference. I think that students that are older do better in college. I definitely think that it is going to be harder for the older students becasue time has passed without them being in school, but I also think that a lot of the time they care more about school than the younger students.
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He observes that work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.
in responding to this though it may be true sometimes that it would take a little bit longer time for the older students to catch up with their studies given that they have stayed out of classroom for longer, but in the same sense i would definately say that these older students generally perform better than the younger fresh high school graduates. this is attributed to the fact that these nontraditional students will focus majorly on their studies while the younger students in most cases spend a lot of thier time in social places given their adolescence age.
the nontraditional students will always stay focus given that they had already spent their adolescence life before joining collage and now what remains is only studies and books alone.
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Jul 15th, 2015
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