Writing 300 Advice and FAQ
Limit Your Course Load
Take no more than three courses.
The student should not take any other Writing Intensive courses with Writing 303. You should make sure you have enough time and attention to this course.
Pay Attention, Ask Questions, Revise
Follow the professor's instruction, submit your work on time. For anything you're not clear [about] discuss with the professor. And finally, revision will help you boost up your grade.
Get to Know the Librarians
If a person seeks a successful experience from the Writing Program classes, they definitely should expect to spend much of their time researching! They should really take advantage of the wonderful librarians, especially when the class meets in the Computer Lab and Library. Their knowledge and navigation of the York College database is truly outstanding. When researching for the final paper, it is vital that any student choose a topic that they find interesting.
Be ready to write. The class is very demanding, so timing is everything. Be prepared and ready to participate.
- Do I need to take Writing 301, Writing 302, or Writing 303?
- Can I get into a closed section of Writing 300?
- Don't Writing 301, 302, and 303 count as Writing Intensive?
- Aren't I exempt from the Writing 300 requirement?
- How can I submit my paper for possible publication in The York Scholar?
- Should I take a hybrid online section of Writing 300?