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Looking back on how I treated college as a new graduate of high school, I would say to ask as many questions as possible beca...
Looking back on how I treated college as a new graduate of high school, I would say to ask as many questions as possible because questions are what help you learn and grow more. I would also tell him to learn how to be organized and how to utilize time as a factor in getting great grades. Finally, I would say to not procrastinate on any homework - the more caught up you are, the better. You never know when life might throw you a curveball, and you can either be prepared or fall back on your heels.
A student who is working full time or has a family. Their schedule makes life easier for people with prior responsibilities.
Sometimes, there can be a lack of communication on academic matters and financial matters as well. Their online interface can be a little confusing at first, but once you use it for a while, a person COULD get used to it/
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