Failing a college course is something students don't even think about. It's something that's considered a silent rule when going to college and starting your classes. Failing a class can feel like you're throwing your money down the drain and failing your future self. However, it's something that many college students do experience whether they like it or not.
As many people say, college isn't as easy it's depicted in movies. There will be times where you're going to be hit with classes that are going to be harder than what you're used to. Whether it's because of the teaching style of the professor or the way the readings and work are set up.
Failing a class isn't something that never happens. It happens to a lot of students. Although it isn't a good thing, it's good to fail with knowing that you gave it you're all. You put in the work and you tried the best you could. It can be hard to believe, but there are people who fail while trying their hardest. There are people who can put in 100% effort into the exams and papers, but they just won't get the material. In some cases, it can be because a teacher may have a certain format on how they want their work.
If the student doesn't do the format, then most likely, their professor will deduct points from their grade and make them get a low grade. Sometimes it can also be because students just don't understand the material or only grasp a little bit. They don't grasp the key points or get material mixed up. It's stuff that happens.
So if you fail, it's not the end the of the world. It will seem like it, but it won't be. It's something you can make up or learn from for the future. The important thing is to fail for the right reasons and not because you didn't try hard enough or because you tried to play the system.