Go to college now, dont wait, your life will be so much better off
Work hard in high school, take advantage of the free education and your teachers. During this time , be willing to make your own way, find close friends who enjoy the same things, have the same work ethic and give you a safe place to be. Be willing to reach out to your family, go home and visit. You will appreciate the clean laundry, home cooked meals and the relaxing astomphere of home. You will also enjoy the independence of college, the people you meet and the goals you set for yourself as a high school student and again during your time in college.
If I could go back in time and give myself advice it would definitely be to work hard and get good grades. I would also tell myself to use resources there are many scholarships available and to seek them out early. I would also tell myself to becareful, especially after having dropped out of college in my first year due to pregnancy of my first child. Lastly I would say have fun!!!
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