If i could go back to high school and let myself know about college life i would say, don't skip class, don't just blow off your freshman year,and take a math class in your senior year. These things would be spoken because of the fact that i did blow off my freshman year, and because of that mistake i had to take freshman classes in my senior year which made it hard for me to do any outside activities, because now i had no choice but to get my priorities together.( no time for play) The second thing i would tell me would be don't skip class. Why? Well many students think that it's okay to skip class, but if you think about it everything you do wrong in high school or even good, it all come back in a good or bad way. Then the final thing i would tell me would be TAKE A MATH CLASS SENIOR YEAR. It has been spoken that many high school student don't take a math class for their senior year, that's why many students have to take remedial math which you cant get credit for.
Having earned a Bachelors degree and returning to earn an Associates, I would probably tell myself to not procrastinate so much. That C in 19th Century European Art History could have easliy an A or a B had I put in more effort into the research paper. (That was first C I made since the 7th grade) Also that school trip to Italy the summer before your senior year, seriously, go. It would so much fun and such a learning experience.
i wouldd say that college is no joke. u will not have teachers tell u what u need to do but only once . when u in college ur an adult. u have to do it on your own. to summarize. basically the ball is in your court.
I would tell myself that ," It will be tough sometimes and easier other times but God does not put mountains in front of you that you can not climb yourself".