The chapter highlights the difference in Westover’s education as she moved from BYU to Trinity College in England. In England, she met students who seemed more astute, educated, and full of confidence. They also appeared to be more prepared for the lectures than she had been. She was taken aback by the fact that the lecturer assumed that all the students were already aware of the lecture topic (Westover 259). This indicated the need for Westover to adapt to the changes in her new environment and ensure that she was able to keep up with her peers in the bid to acquire more education and interact with the people around her effectively.