Using 100 words or more, please respond to the following post concerning the most compelling subjects in Criminology and Public Policy.
This was the hardest class I have had since I being here at C.T.U. for one I could not check my originality verification, and then when I put it in submissions it would give me a high score even though I put it in my own words, and then I had to do the assignment all over. And then there come annotated bibliography and after I say ok that was hard but then came the literature review and I start stressing again I was stressing and calling everyone at CTU to help me to understand this course more, and everyone was a big help, so I think them all. I cry, pull my hair out, wanted to give up but my family would not let me, and my adviser coach would not let me quit. I know by taking this subject it helps me to understand what they are and if I have this in another class then I will know what to do.
The discussion board helps me understand what I have to do with this course because it helps me to understand what my other classmate had to say about the subject. And I want to thank each one of them I did not read all the classmate assignment but the ones that I did they gave me a better understanding of the course. And thanks to our teacher and all the CTU staff that help me with this course. The live chat was great because I got to ask questions even though the time was early but by getting up early on a Saturday morning was hard, but I got to understand what I had to do. I want to thank everyone again for their help. The MUSE helps me a lot but when it came to the eBooks, I was more confused than ever because I could not understand the eBook. I know I might have to take this class over, but I will take whatever I learn with me.
I donâ€™t feel there is nothing need to be added to this course, even though it was hard I really got something from this course.
I will take everything that I learn in this class into my next class, and in the future class because I will be having the same teacher again in my next class.