I hate my summer classes, they have nothing to do with my major and I already have an associates degree and I have taken these writing and career development classes already. I've already taken one at DeVry now. I don't know why they have to make us take it twice. It is a really annoying interruption in my studies. I, like most students I know, want to graduate as soon as possible. We are tired of school work and coming to class. We are already in the field or have one foot in the door already. Some are not yet ready for the field and we still have a lot to learn, but I feel that on the job training is the best way to learn once you already have the basic IT knowledge down. In any company you are going to need OTJT regardless of how smart you are. At this point I am sick of non-IT classes. I feel we aren't doing enough intense IT work, and especially labs, which is where we get our hands on experience. However, I know a person who just graduated from another school who still has a lot to learn, so I don't feel bad. I hate how this types over when I want to correct mistakes!!!!!
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