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It was one of the best experiences I have ever had in my life. I truly believe God meant for me to see this place, because after I experienced the college and its community, I became a better person. I appreciated my homeschooled education more because of Thomas More College. It's not the easiest thing for me to explain, but I know I was meant experience such a place as Thomas More College.
I love my school because it's one of the few places I've seen that aren't simply telling you to memorize facts or accept ideas because "that's how it is" or some other such nonsense. Their use of the Socratic method ensures that you are presented with ideas, both ancient and modern, but are able to choose your own side through logical reasoning. So long as you argue rationally, you are permitted to present any side of any argument. This teaches you to think, listen, and learn, much as you have to do in real life, rather than sit, memorize, and repeat like robots as seen in other schools.
I love all of my classes and the professors are fantastic. Every one of them is an expert in their field and they genuinely care about your progress.They are more than willing to help you with anything and everything. The Socratic method promotes genuine learning as opposed to simple memorization and it involves the students on a deeper level. Class sizes are small, which encourage participation and facilitate more intimate discussions.