If I could go back and give myself advice as a high school senior about college, I would tell myself that the most important thing about college is to be thoroughly organized, systematic, keep on top of your academics, pay attention to details, and observe carefully what your professors expect and give it to them as best as you can. Most of all, take care of your health, get physical exercise, participate and believe in yourself. Last but not least, I would say to enjoy my college experience!
What classes to take so i can be on the right track to graduate.
I wish I knew how much help I would get from people for me to do great in college. I wish I knew the teachers so in some way I can understand the way they teach. I would also would of love to know what kind of food are available in the cafeteria.
I wish that I would have known more about my schools history and achievements
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