If i could go back in time i would tell myself be patient. If its one thing this school taught me is to manage my money. Though this school is expensive it keeps my focus so i can graduate and begin paying back all the loans ive taken out.
I would tell myself it is okay to meet new people. Stop being shy all the time , and get out of your comfort zone. Not everyone think you are a nerd most people applaud a girl that is about her education and not partying all the time. Get use to staying up late at night studying for finals and exams. Get a tutor as soon as possible !. College math , science, and english is completely different from high school. Set realistic goals for yourself do not think just because you are in college does not mean you have to make dean's list your first year. Go visit your professors during their office hours get to know them. They are there to help you transition from high thought of mind to college thought of mind. Do not just sit your room go out and walk around campus to get familiar with it. Other than those things you should be fine.
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