If I could go back in time to my transition from high school to community college, I honestly would not change much of anything about it; but if I had to pick one thing it would be to have done dual enrollment and started taking college classes while I was still in high school. If I had of done that then I would have graduated with my AA degree 6 months or a year earlier, but then again if I had of done that then I might not of chosen the profession I am currently working on a AS degree for. It took some experimenting with classes and majors to discover that I really wanted to be in health care and radiology is the PERFECT place for me! Which is why as I look back at five years ago that might be the only thing I would change about my high school to college transition. I would also tell myself that I would be much happier if I listen to my gut and go with what I want to do with the rest of my life and not base it all on what everyone else wants for me. Thank You!
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