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anyone in connexus? please I need help finding something

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Im your man... haha
I am
Where is the "Course Tree"? I'm new. :/

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bring up one of your classes then click the side
Oh, okay! It's so hidden! Lol. Thanks
im new
it says course tree on the side. ont click the lesson for the day click the actuall class.
this is my first year to
I started like a month and a half ago. :1 or maybe less
oh wow
I had to be in it. :[ but it does help more than a regular school I guess :D
im new
Yep. Lots of overdue assignments. Trying to get them done.:[
we know, david..
yeah me to I had to. but I like it.
grade 12
it's less stressful. I am not a morning person so waking up at 9 and doing work at 10 and taking breaks when I want to is nice

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