The advice i would give myself is to never give up no matter how hard it gets in college. If you give up in the beginning you will never catch up and it will make you go so far behind that the only you want to do is just stop going all together. So never give up for you dream even if people are trying to drag you down.
Work harder! Don't get discouraged and give up. There's help there that you won't be aware of to start with, you just have to dig until you find it.
For myself, I would have to say I would've pushed myself even harder my senior year and tried to get the best GPA I could. When I graduated high school I was ashamed that I was attending a community college; however, I now realize it was a smart idea. If I could talk to myself as a senior I would tell myself to be proud that I'm going to college. Since a lot of my friends were attending the big university in town, they're already at least $20,000 or more in debt, just within two years. However, by attending a community college, the education is equivalent and teachers care more about you. Overall, just be proud of your decisions and choices and always know you have to push yourself in order to succeed. You cannot depend on other people to tell you what to do and to push you to work hard.
The advice that I would give myself is that it is not scary and it is alot better then high school. Also i would tell myself to just go in to education and then you will not have to change your mind so many times. The last thing is that all of the people there are nice to you.
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