Assuming i could go back into time and talk to myself as a high school senior. Knowing what i know now about college life and making the transition, i would advise myself five things to makes sure that i finish my college experience successfully and with no regrets. First, make a decision on a school that i would never regret. Second, remember your five "P's" (Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance) plan things out ahead of time so that you do not get stuck in a situation that you could have seen coming if you were paying attention. Third, do not choose a school or make actions based off of what others do or want you to do. Being a follower will get you nowhere but landed into trouble. Fourth, keep your eyes on your goal and always know that god is with you every step of the way even when things get tough. Last but not least i would advise myself to try my hardest because college is nothing like high school. High school just prepares you for what your college life is going to be like. When you are paying for your education take it serious.
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