As for what I liked, I thought that how we were allowed to do something we wanted to do, in a way that we wanted to do it was fantastic. Usually in school the teacher will give you a set of in depth guidelines, and when you turn it it, everyone in your class will have done the same project, in the same way. In this project, we made our own guidelines, did our own research, and did our own project.
One of the things I didn't like about the project really had nothing to do with the 20 Time project itself, but with myself and my own procrastination. I think that in September, June seemed distant and I figured I would easily have enough time to do the project *later.* Well each month rolled by and only in January did I realize how far behind I was and how much work I had to complete in such little time. I wish there was something like miniature presentations to the class throughout the year, to keep us working and on track.