I wish I would have known more effective study techniques before attending this university instead of having to develop them once I started attending this university. I also wish I knew how much time and effort it takes to be a successful college student at any university.
That a lot of majors you can't finish on campus you have to go to main.
I wish that I would have put more effort in high school classwork. The hard work put into studying is worth it. I think then I could have tested out of some classes that I needed in college. I also believe that this could have saved time and money.
I always thought that Kent Ashtabula wouldn't be as good as Kent Main and was kind of upset that I had to start off taking classes there. I then realized after my first semester that I had made the best choice by going to Ashtabula not only because of the money my parents have saved but also because the classes are smaller allowing teachers to give more one on one help.
How expensive gas would be.
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