One of the biggest differences between high school and Princeton is the feeling of endless learning I have found here at the University. It might sound cliché to talk about endless learning at a liberal arts college but to me that means a few more things than just liberal course selection.
First of all the pace here is absolutely insane. Take my Linear Algebra course as an example. Every week we have three lectures of fifty minutes each. In each lecture my professor will go through about two chapters of our course book. That is about three or four times the pace of high school. Upon that we have around 20 (usually very challenging) questions for homework each week. Of course, this crazy pace does pay of. Never in my life have I learned this much this quickly as I have been doing in the last two weeks. It is as amazing as it is demanding. That brings me to the four courses that I finally decided I will be taking this semester: