I would plan my future wisely and do research as to what jobs i would be most interested in to fit my life style.
If I could go back in time I would taken high school more seriously. I would have engaged in more extra curricular activities. I would have applied for more scholarships and made ernest efforts to get a full ride scholarship for college. I would have applied to nursing school my senior year in high school. Even though I did well in high school; I could have did better. I would have also taken college courses during my senior year of high school. I would have prepared myself for college better. I would have visisted more schools to get a feel of campus life. The phase between high school and college is a bit tough. If I would have applied myself more in high school the transition into college/adult life would have been more smooth. The best advice I would've given myself would be " college is tough to get in and even more tough to stay in. Make the transition easier by taking your future seroiusly in high school."
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