If I could go back, I would tell myself that you'll do just fine and that you need to focus on your studies and attend classes as much as you can. Also, I would tell myself that the people there are friendly and you'll get to meet new people and make friends with others. The last thing I would tell myself is that I can make it as long as I push myself to get where I want and no one can stop you except yourself.
Dont be stupid and not try in high school. College can be so fun but you need to give 110% in high school to be able to excel in college and have a successful and happy life.
Wow, if I only could take find a time machine and go back and talk to myself as a senior. I first would tell myself, "Start getting serious and don't goof around. You will not have time to goof around and be careless about your work. After all, you're paying for school now. You may think now is a stressful time, but you have no idea how stressful things are going to get. Most importanly, don't you dare let any jerk get in the way of your studies. Don't ever let some guy interfere with your school work. He may seem important to you then, but you should come first n your life. He doesn't determine where you're going to end up in life. You do. So when you walk into your very first class at that college, don't have any expectations of getting a grade below an A. You know you can do it, I know you can do it. After all, I am you."
It's hard to say what I would tell myself. Number one would be to be serious about college. Try harder and maybe you could dream higher. Number two would be, don't let a guy stand in the way of your future. If I would've followed these two things of advice, I would've recieved better grades. However, I am very happy with where I am now. The college I chose is the college for me. so in a way I wouldn't change anything.
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