If I could go back in time and talk to myself about college. I would tell myself things I need to do to become a successful college graduate. I would tell myself to get good grades in high school. I would tell myself what I want to major in and stick to that career. So, that I would not waste any time or money going to college. I would apply and receive scholarships to help pay for my college degree. I would tell myself to, go to MIlwaukee Area Technical College and complete my associates degree in Paralegal studies. Because it's a great school and it's affordable. I would tell myself to go to college right after high school. Before I decide to have a family so, that I wouldn't have any reasons to get distracted. Then, I would tell myself what my next goal would be. Which would be to attend the University of Milwaukee Wisconsin to complete my bachelors degree. Then I would tell myself to take my education even further . So, I could become the Lawyer that I want to become while I am still young vibrant and intelligent.
I would tell myself to take the opprotunities your faced with now because they may not be there later on. I would also remind myself that the peson you were raised to be is beautiful, so stay with your gut, and keep in mind where I've always wanted to be. I like the thought of myself staying foucsed, but also remaining free. I have lived though many pleasing and not so deliteful experinces in my life, since high school, but every one has made an impact on who I am and where I stand today. Always being in the best of all situations isn't likely to build a valuable character, but it is likely to increase life's production of your own personal value. Maintain a balance this way, allow others to win, accept losing and take the time to develop the strength to move on. Do not dwell, daydreaming is wonderful, but don't let it consume all of your time. I would tell myself that life is amazing, but limited. I would say, see all your eyes can read and to learn every step of the way. Be Grateful Darling, You are Blessed.
For as long as I could remember, I have wanted to be a business manager. I have been dream for business management ever since I was in the fifth grade until the current. My name is Chai Fong Her. I’m from Thailand. I have just been eight years in the United States. I am a full time student for my business management in Milwaukee Area Technical College in Milwaukee of Wisconsin in the United States. Education is a great thing that nobody says, it is not special thing because almost everyone expects their own jobs that will make their lives better more than the past. People said and believed, “Education is the most powerful weapon which we can use to change the world.” To reach my goals, I realize that I must pursue a four year college education for my business management in the future. I am very excited about my future and feel that with the opportunity your scholarship will provide, I am successful. The business management is my major that I’ll need to achieve with my education in my life.
I would definitely tell myself to stop clowning around and study harder. Even though I got very good grades throughout my High School journey and gratuated with a GPA of 3.5 cummulative, I know I could have done better if I would have given it my all. I was always in the honor roll in my High School for 4 years and was also the President of student council. I would also tell myself to apply for scholarships because I did nto apply for any when I gratuated and now I'm stuck paying for my own tuition. I don't get any help from FAFSA or my parents so the least I could have done was apply and hopefully get some help moneywise. Since I didn't apply, I had to take off 1 year to work full time and save up to pay for my college, now that I am back into college I am trying to apply for many scholarships hoping to get some help financially so I can continue with me education and pursue my career in Criminal Justice and in the future be part of the DEA or work narcotics.
Take your time, don't rush it. Stay completely focused no matter the distractions that come with senior year, ex: Boyfriends, impressing your bestfriends, work. All of those things will be there soon after high school is over. No matter how complicated things may get in your life, how anxious you get to complete senior year, continue to get good grades. Score high on your College placement test. Don't give up when it gets too hardbecause they will get hard, you'll regret it. You've come too far to give up now, you've been through too much. Keep your relationships with all of the people who support you. You'll need your support system long after high school is over. Continue to take school serious beyond your senior year. Treat this year just as if it were your freshman year because it's just as important. Never stop applying yourself. You're smart act like it
If I could go back in time to talk to myself as a highschool senior knowing what I know now there would be numerous advice tips I would give myself. First, I would have told myself not to worry about what comes next, because in due time it would come to me as long as I stayed on the path that I was already on. Secondly, I would have told myself to take my senior year a little more seriously, because more things could have came up for me if I had worked harder for it. Third, I would have told myself to be more confident about the work I do, because generally the work I do is good its just not the best work I could have done. Last, but not least, I would have told myself to listen more to my families advice instead of ignoring them when they have already experienced I have done, and I'am thankful for their support for me succeed.
The senior year does resemble a sort of double-duty function. It is a time when you should celebrate your accomplishments, but it's also a time when you have to work hard to prepare for your future. One way to be prepared is to recognize how college studies will differ from high school studies. The other way to prepare is to tie up loose ends when it comes to college and financial aid applications. I also, should know the reality of college planning is this: some students start early and some start in their senior year. That is fine, as long as the actions match the goals. The best advice for high school students is to think realistically about the type of college you want to attend and plan accordingly.
I would tell myself to get my mind off boys and get back to the books. I should have been busy studying instead of trying to go after boys. I should have put more effort into all of my classes. I now regret that I didn't do as well as I should have in high school. I never thought that I could ever make a 3.8 GPA. Now that I have I know that I could have been doing it all along. College is a lot better than high school though. And I have a lot more fun taking the classes that I want to take how I want to take them.
If I could go back to my senior year I would tell myself to expect change. Its the most consistent thing we go through in our lives. I would tell myself not to afraid of the trasitions that comes with growing up and accepting more responsibilty. Its key when it comes down to the defineing moments in our lives because our reactions to those two thing will either make a person or break a person's spirit. So be confident because these two may seem like avirsity but they are common and appens alot mor than seldomly.
Work hard to form just as many positive relationships as you've had in the past because building positive minded connections will net you a wealth of outstanding and understanding people. These people are wull be amazing, supportive, challenging and in some cases fleeting. Maintaining strong academics, attendance, and new experiences is vital but far less important than the people you share them with. Find great people and the rest will work itself out. Also, think it through before you tattoo, always.