First, MET courses were challenging and interesting, I was learning new concepts every class. The American way of teaching was hard to understand at the beginning, but I understood at the end that each professor has his/her unique style of teaching and grading. I managed to get As and Bs during the two semesters and I am proud of it, because in every course I gave my all in order to get the most of every class. I learned as well that even if the Unites States has a different scale of grading, there will always be good scores for people who are responsible and dedicated. I also learned how to organize myself in order to have time to finish all my assignments on time.
On the other hand, my overall BU experience will help both, personally and professionally for the future as today I have improved skills that made me a more mature person with responsibility and ethics as pillars of my educational background.
Sadly, this is my last post. I would like to thank all the people who made this experience an unforgettable one, starting with the amazing MET team and my teachers; and finishing with the domestic and international friends that I met this year. I will never forget you and you will remain in my memories forever.