Take the ACT and SAT to imporve scores, scholarship opportunities, and to see where I need to improve myself for college prep. Start applying for colleges that I am thinking of attending. Visit colleges to see what major's they offer.; also find someone that is in the same major I am planning to work towards and if need help that will be my go to person for help. Take some college course prior to college. Make plans to see my guidnece counselor about scholarships, ACT/SAT preps, and all sorts of other college information. Take higher math classes, higher science classes, and decate to studing more thoroughout high school. Procrastination and prioritize is a good thing to have. I'm still having some troubles with it today, but working my way towards getting on the ball with things.
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