I would tell myself to take both the SAT and ACT in highschool starting my freshman year. I would also tell myself to start taking some of my general education classes while in school. I didn't realize that there are more to degrees than just the classes specific to the degree. Also, I would give my past self a heads up on the fact that I want to go into nursing, so I could have joined HOSA (Health Organization Students of America) to give myself that extra boost I need. Along with taking an actual chemistry class.
I would tell myself not to listen to what everyone else told me to do. When I was a high school senior, I wanted to attend a great school in NY, but my father wanted me to go to the community college I currently attend. If I had listended to myself, I would have been halfway done with nursing school. Now I have been in college for two years and I am about to finish my medical assisting certification. Although I wish I had listened to myself then, now I have a fantastic opportunity at Moravian and I am so excited to finally be doing what is good for me.
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