Assuming I could go back in time knowing what I know now, I would advise my senior self of many things. I would tell myself to be more confident in who I am as a person, to trust and stand up for what I believe in, and to encourage others in their time of need. I would tell myself to that life isn't about the destination or where I'd end up, but about my attitude about life and the people I surround myself while living it. I'd encourage myself to build quality relationships, and not only stand up for what I belive in, but act on it and attempt to make a change. As much as I wish I could go back in time and tell my senior self these things, I plan to act on it now, and be a better future me.
If I could go back to myself as a senior in high school, I would tell myself to learrn how to be more organized and to teach myself how to balance social life and school life. Organizing my time was very difficult because I was told in high school when to do things and now I had to figure out things on my own. Balancing my social life and school life was easy as a senior because I was in a single building all day and could talk to friends and do work at the same time, compared to now how it's either socialize and not studdy or to study and socialize.
I would also tell my senior self to not procrastinate until the last minute and to use my free-time wisely and more productive.
The advice I would give to myself is stay organized and ask questions when you need help. Start the good habit of keeping loose papers in labeled folders or clipped in a binder with divders for each class. I would also tell myself to buy different color highlighters and to make sure make note of everything.
I would tell myself that although I have done quite a bit of volunteer work with people who have developmental disabilities, teaching is not what I was meant to do with my life. Becoming a teacher is for a very select group of people and there are many other ways I can work with people who have disabilities without becoming a teacher. I would encourage myself to talk to several Clinical Psychologist and School Psychologists before I made a decision on a major.
I would also tell myself not to allow others to discourage me from accomplishing my dreams. It is extremely easy to become discouraged and want to give up on your dreams while in college, but where there is a will there is a way. I would tell myself that although my undergraduate program was extremely difficult, it is no reason not to continue on in graduate school. The sooner I complete graduate school the sooner I will be able to help change people's lives for the better.
If I could go back and give my high school self-advice about school etc.. I would probably tell myself to not wait and fill out college/ scholarship applications out at the last minute because it is killing mom and dad financially and college is allot different then you think it will be. Those first few months are really hard but join some clubs make friends and things will get better. Choose different roommates trust me you will thank me later. Do live in Hansen Willis because it’s the best dorm ever and do join the modern dance class you will absolutely love it Monte is tough but it’s so worth it. Don’t even bother signing up for UNIV 101 it’s a waste of time just sign up for Art History it’s such a better class. Have fun don’t freak-out college is scary but sometimes scary is a good thing.
Listen 18 year old me, I know you want to get out of this town that you have lived in for all of your life. I know you want to move out of your parents house, and that you want to get out of high school. Well kid, I got some words of advice before you walk across that stage getting your diploma. Enjoy your life right now. This is a great time right now because your graduating high school and moving on to bigger and better things. Cherish these moment because once you go to college, it's going to be a difficult, and different life. There's no safe net in college. You either pass, or you fail. It's going to be alot tougher when you go off to college if you don't enjoy the things that you love to do. So while your in high school right now, just have fun and enjoy life. And once you learn how to enjoy life, then the transition into college will be alot easier.
If I could go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior, there are several pieces of advice that I would give. In high school I always tried to plan classes with friends. I would put all my effort into having at least one friend in class with me. When I went to college I did the same thing. The first piece of advice that I would give myself is to not be afriad of being alone in class. If I would have focused less on having my old friends in my classes then I would have been able to meet new people. I feel that college is all about making new friends and if I could I would make that clear to my high school self. Another piece of advice that I would have given myself is to be myself and not try to compete with my sister. Instead of trying to find who I really was I always tried to be better than my sister. I spent most of my freshman year of college trying to be better. I would tell my high school self to just be you and not try to compete.
If I could go back in time and talk to myself as a high school senior about what I know now about college life and making the transition I would tell myself a number of things. The first think I would tell myself is to apply to as many scholarships I found possible, because college is not cheap. The second thing I would tell myself is to not stress too much, things will fall into place if I am doing the right things with the right mind set. The last thing I would tell myself is to enjoy my last year as a care free high school student, because once you enter college your lifestyle is not so care free. If in anyway, this organization is able to help me further my education and obtain a career I love I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for considering me for your scholarship.
The number one piece of advice I would give myself was to enjoy the time I got to spend with families and friends. After graduation, my friends and I all went our different ways. I thought that we would still get to see each other a lot, either in person or through the computer. However, my friends and I have kind have lost touch and do not get to see each other very often. I miss them very much and wish I appreciated the time we spent together in high school more. This goes the same for family. Now that I am living away from home and have a job, I do not get to see my family as much. I used to think my parents were annoying and overbearing, but I miss the moments I got to spend with them. I definitely appreaciate the time I get to spend with my friends and family more than I did in high school. I just wish I appreciated it a little more in high school when I got to spend a lot of time with them.
If time travel existed, my words to my freshman high school self would be to apply for as many scholarships I am capable of as well as preparing a savings sooner to help be debt free when college is finished. These two items are beneficial in the aspect of me being worry free of money and not having two jobs to help be a little more focused on my academics. To not worry about money and all the loans I am taking out would keep pushing me to remember that I must keep a higher GPA than I obtained through my years. I don't like that I am distracted from my own personal life with being overwhelmed with saving money to pay off loans as well as using this money to survive as an indpendent with no other income from my family. As hard as it is I am happy that my older self has taken the initiative to work two jobs to save but if my high school self started earlier I feel I would be in a much more content place with myself.
Go into college with an open mind. Take a variety of classes throughout your first two years to gain a better understanding of what you really want to study. You might think you know what you want to major in when you're graduating high school but you may find an area that better suits you if you allow yourself to explore. Get involved with student organizaitons and make a lot of new friends. Focus on school but also make sure to make time for your friends. You will have a lot of freedom in college so make sure you use your time wisely. Set aside certain times each day to devote to school, to make sure you are getting your work done. Go to sporting events and performances on campus. Take pride in your school. You only have four years at this institution and with the people you meet, so make sure you make the most of it.
Sheka! Why aren't you at practice, do you know what's going to happen if you don't take those SATs? Do you know what's going to happen if you don't apply for those colleges, and go to practice like your suppose to? It's not going to be the end of the world as a matter of fact you will actually be ok. You're going to go to the Air Force and get married at 19, you're going to have a son at 21 and he will be your world. But you will not have progressed like we wanted and you will be struggling to keep everything together. You will be on your own with your child and even though we both know that your strong enough to overcome all of that I don't want to have to see you struggle and I don't want to have to see you make sacrifices that may hurt you later. So go take those SATs and apply for those schools like we wanted, so we can make a better life for our self. Remember even if you choose the other path he's worth it.
Hey Wes, here's the deal! You have no idea what you want to do right now and you aren't going to really know until you have experienced life beyond living with mom and dad, getting through under grad school and having a few jobs. Time is an awesome blessing right now. Don't be too eager to finish school, have the "well paying job," and certainly don't waste time. Opportunities are present for you right now and it is absolutely crucial that you recognize that they are there and if acted upon, will continue to lead to new opportunities, adventures and successes. Life can be tough at times but if you continue to have a positive outlook and treat people with respect and compassion, you will have no limit to what you can accomplish and what you can dream. I am 10 years in the future right now and can tell you that I did waste some time, did graduate under-grad, did seize opportunites and am now going to finish up a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. We are going to be able to really help people soon!
If I could go back and talk to myself as a high school senior, I would tell myself to jump straight into school and not get married. I would say that the guy I had chosen turns out to be abusive and ruins your life. I would say to make sure that I took my AP tests, and did well because that would save me almost a whole semester of work. I would also congrajulate myself for working so hard and studying so hard and encourage myself to keep at it and never giv e up, no matter how hard things may seem.
If i could go back in time and talk to my highschool senior self, I would say relax, have fun, and enjoy your life. Don't freak out if something goes wrong or its not perfect because that's just how life is. It's ok to put down your homework somtimes and just relax. You have to live life for yourself and stop letting others plans for your life control you. This your shot and you only have one chance so make it count is what i would tell my high school senior self.
Education is everything. Without a good education in this world life is full of unnecessary struggle. Take your education very seriously and study. Settle for nothing less than success. There are plenty of hours in life to have fun with friends and family, but be able to structure your life with a good finical future. To often in life are the little things taken for granted. Charrish the times that you have in high school, but make those years count when it comes to your education so that you will not be shocked when you step forward to college.
When I was a high school senior, my grades certainly weren’t lacking. I was always the nerdy kid who stayed at home and stayed out of trouble.
If I was able to talk to high school me, my greatest piece of advice would be to merely “chill out.” I was so focused and worried about the people around me. I wasted away my time obsessing over boys and hiding at home with my books, too terrified to go out. I just wish that I had known how important it was to be comfortable with myself. Once I truly learned to love myself and value myself, I found it was much easier to reach out and meet more new people.
College has certainly taught me to let my hair loose (literally) and enjoy being me. I’m much friendlier now (apparently there’s a correlation between how friendly one is and how many friends they have) and I find that I have a much larger support group that helps me deal with my problems (usually school related).
Being a college student now and given the chance to talk to my senior high school self, I would tell myself to focus more on classes and scholarships. Also to tell myself to not feel pressured or rushed when choosing the school I wish to attend. I feel as if I did not educate myself enough on all the colleges available in the United States and even around the world. There are many colleges that I look at now and think "I wonder if I would like that school better?". I would tell myself to plan out the summer before my senior year to tour colleges all around the United States so that I got a wide variety of the outlook on each college. Along with choosing a college, I would tell myself to study harder because in college you will apply the information to almost everything. I would tell myself to apply for more scholarships so that I could go to any college I wished to attend without taking out loans knowing that my parents would not be able to financially help with my education.
I would tell myself to go out and enjoy the college life make friends and have a lot of fun. But, to also make sure to keep up study because slaking off does catch up eventually and that I'm supposed to be there to better my life later. I also want to tell myself that i should try and work on getting scholarships early so that i wouldn't have to worry so much about not being able to pay off everything. I want myself to know that the friends that i had made there were also amazing and that i would always want them to be a part of my life
My advice to myself would be take more time to learn the material the teachers gave to me while in class. It would have been a lot easier to understand other things now. I would also tell myself to not be so lazy and to get my assignments done on time.
I wish I could jump in a time machine and go back in time to let my naive high school self be prepared for college. It would have been nice for someone to tell me how many scholarships were out there and how I could keep applying. My senior year in high school I was able to apply to various scholarships that my counselor gave me and recommended. After missing some deadlines and also not winning, I was disappointed. I had only won enough scholarships to pay for about a year and a half in college. If I had searched for some scholarships myself early enough I would have found so many more. As a college student now, there are a bit less scholarships to find and stressful to apply for with future debt in your mind!
I would tell myself to be true and focus on school and make time to have fun when necessary and really focus on studing for tests, exams and that the transition from high school to college is hard but with the right support services anyone can make it and achieve thier dreams in a career or degree in helping people. The students everyone is friendly and helping and is willing to help in whatever class make time for study groups and have fun as well.
I would tell myself to take college classes in my senior year so I could be ahead of the game. I would tell myself to save my money better and don't move around so much. Nursing is the career that you will love and start now instead of waiting until I'm 26 and have a beautiful son in your life. I would tell myself to get along better with your parents I know it's hard but as you get older you want them on your side. They will be there for you more then anyone in your life. My parents will be great grandparents and love your son more then anything, they will also make great babysitters. Being a single mom will be hard but you can do it. You will have the support of your friends and family. They love you and will do everything they can to help you in life. Life will be a hard ride and you will meet people that will bring you down. Just do your best and hang on to your friends they will be your rocks that you will lean on the most. Other then that have fun.
If I were to go back and time and talk to myself as a high school senior, I would give my self only four pieces of advice. The first would be to not stress so much about admittance to colleges and focus on my grades. By stressing so much about being admitted to the colleges of your choice, you run the danger of falling behind on your grades and not being admitted to any college at all. Secondly, enjoy this last year and do all the activities you enjoy the most. Once you begin your college career you may not have the time to do all the activities you enjoy, being that university, club and Greek activities can be highly time consuming. Third, do not worry about having friends in college, as you will make many of them. As you begin to attend classes and converse with your classmates you will begin to meet new people and potentially make great friends. Even more importantly remember that, “one great struggle results as an even greater accomplishment”.
The cheerleading captain, the soccer captain, homecoming royalty, and student body were the only things people in my high school saw about me. I was extremely involved in my high school, whether I was playing a sport or planning an upcoming event. I hid behind being so busy. Being so busy all the time stressed me out and I spent more time being stressed than having fun. I didn't want anyone to get to know the real me. I had my three best friends and we have known eachother scince we were seven so I didn't think I needed to be friends with anyone else. I was nice to everyone, but at the same time I was always worried about impressing people. If I could go back in time to my senior year, I would tell myself to quit tyring to be perfect and have more fun. I would tell myself to try to make other people happy and try to make everyone in the school feel comfortable. College life has showed me that what people think of you is not the most imprtant thing in the world and I wish I knew then what I know now.
The advice I would give myself would definitely be to manage my time. Considering I work at 3 different places and take 17 credits for this semester, I am very busy. Therefore, I have to manage my time well. I didn't realize that I procrastinate as much as I did but this is the real world and your teachers aren't going to babysit me anymore. So I would definitely tell myself to get the important things done first before I go "play".
I hope your living up your senior year and partaking in all the events that are offered to you. I know that coming up is the big transition of moving to college and how excited you are. Looking back in the past i wish i would have known a couple things before i started on this new journey. First, don't rush the time you have at home and with your family. There are many times where I wish I was having a family dinner or talking about my day with my parents. Next, don't expect college to be easy. I have never studied this hard in my life and i wish i would have known that. Some nights i will be studying for six hours while never moving from where i have sat down. Most of all, remember to keep in contact with the people that mean the most to you. It's hard to leave your friends and watch them gain new ones, but remember that they will always keep in people that matter the most.
Your future self
Knowing what I know now about college life, I would tell my high school senior self to get involved, get out of my comfort zone, and to have a plan. I have learned how important it is to get involved with the campus, otherwise I wouldn't be enjoying college life and I wouldn't be making friends. I also have to remember that eventhough I have made a couple new friends, I still need to get out of my comfort zone and continue to make more. The road to being a clinical psychologist is a very competitive one and I didn't know that until I talked with a few of my professors at the University of Northern Colorado. I would go back and inform myself how competitive it is and make sure I give school all that I have and have a plan of the courses I plan on taking. Also, I would let myself know that I need to be a part of research as soon as possible and in order to do so, I need to get to know all of my professors and be involved in my class work.
I tell myself constantly, as a sophomore in college that I should have tried harder in high school and taken it more seriously. High school is not just a mandatory punishment, it's preparation for the rest of one's life. While I was a senior, the other students were applying for scholarships to major universities or researching fields of study they found interesting and working to make the grades. I on the other hand did not realize this is what I should have been doing.
I come from a family of few college goers, let alone graduates. I am in no way saying that my family isn't well off, its just that in their day it wasn't neccesary to graduate from college. Although, for me this is the case. One must attend at least four years of school and receive a bachelors degree to become anything in life.
What I'm getting at is that I did not have someone to show me the ropes and tell me how to get into universities or receive scholarships. Therefore if I could go back I would inform myself that these are the things to be doing.
I would say follow my heart, and don't let anyone convince you otherwise. To believe in myself and not question my abilities. To stay strong in my faith and to surround myself with strong faithful friends. I would also tell myself to get involved in activities offered at the school earlier than I did, because it is a great way to meet people. And to make friends with the library early because I need to spend a lot of time there studying to make sure I keep my grades up.
If I could go back in time and tell myself as a high school senior a few words of advice, I would tell myself to live in the moment and prepare myself for the challenge of your life. High school is a time in everyone's life where they first begin to learn who they are. They find their talents and they find their passions. But for many, the layout of public school is such that you can simply do the bare bone minimum amout of work and still pass your classes. To me, I found this made me develop lazy strategies, and although I set my goals high, to become a physician, and I still earned a 4.0 GPA, my study habits were far from par. If I could go back, I would tell my old self to still enjoy living with my parents and hanging out with the friends that I miss today, but to also focus on what means something to myself, and thats proving everyone wrong and becoming the man I want to be, regardless of how much work it takes to achieve that.
If I could go back and talk to my high school senior self, I would tell myself not to worry so much and that everything will be ok. I would tell myself to enjoy my last high school moments and spend more time with all of my classmates. I would also tell myself to be proud, since I have overcome my illnesses and will graduate at the top of my class. Even though I thought no one noticed, I would remind myself that people did notice my hard work and that giving my best is all I can do. Although I won’t get all the scholarships and academic awards I hoped for, I would tell myself (over and over) that I give it my all and that there is nothing wrong with staying at home for two more years to go to a community college instead of a university. And finally, that I am who I am and I have lots of time to work on my character and decide what I want to do for a career.
I would encourage myself to be dedicated from the very begining. I would also stress the importance of an education and the pride that comes with doing well. If I was to show my current GPA to my teenage self, I doubt that I would believe that I could do this well while enjoying the experience. College requires maturity and organization beyond what I was capable of in high school.
Stop worrying about how the transition for college will go! Stop worrying about being away from your family---there is always Skype! Making friends is really easy (even if you've always been reserved) if you put yourself out there. Step out of your comfort zone and don't be afraid to try new things! You learn from your experiences. Attend school-sanctioned events because it's a great way to meet new people and have fun. As I said before, don't stress about everything. Just let everything happen as it is meant to, and have fun! College is the greatest thing that will happen to you.
Going back, I would have put more effort into developing better study habits and time management skills. In highschool, you may think you know how to study for a quiz or exam, but when you get to college you will realize you have no clue what to do. I would make it a priority to have developed an effective way of studying and managing my time between classes, homework, studying, and a social life. Once you hit college all of the freedom is a little overwhelming at first and it can be difficult to know when are where to draw the line between all aspects of your new life. Those were the only two things that made my first semester difficult. I am still working on the study habits, and hopefully will have a system developed shortly into my second semester.
I would tell myself not to stress out so much. Not to overstress about getting a job or freaking out about maybe not making friends, or if my room mate and I could get along. The added stress was probally one of the resons my senior year wasn't the best it could be, and I was able to alleviate all my fears with in the first week of coming to school. Another advice for the transition, is too study. i know that studying is one of the things in highschool they try to encourage students to do, but in highschool it isn't completly neccessary. In college on the other hand, it is all studying and taking notes. had I worked on my studying skills I would be more confident for midterms.
Knowing what I know now, if I could go back to my senior year there is so much I would like to tell myself. The first thing I would tell my senior self is to wake up and think about my future. I would describe how important it is to worry about the cost a lot sooner than later. I would tell myself to start saving and to start applying for scholarships, so I wouldn't have to drain my savings all at once. I would then tell myself that I need to do some soul searching to try and find some direction in life. I would encourage the senior Amy to start looking at different colleges and degrees to find some that would enhance my life in more directions than one. I would then tell myself not to settle for less and to reach for my stars without wasting years attending the closest and cheapest college in order to keep my low paying job at the local Dollar Store. I would tell myself to be happy and to aim for a life full of challenges and adventures and not to wait any longer.
Life isn’t as simple as everyone makes it out to be. Some people simply know who they are and what they want to do with their life, but it’s okay to not know. Never let anyone tell you who you are. A lot of people I know where forced into a degree or a school that they were unsure about because of the fear of failure. Failure cannot be measured by societal means. In my opinion success is directly linked to how happy you are. Don’t compare yourself to other people. You are uniquely you and this is your life. Ask yourself what you would do and where you would go if there were no money issues and no obstacles, and then find a way to get there. Things will be hard and you will struggle, probably in every aspect of your life. The struggle is what makes your stronger, and helps you become who you truly are. Embrace your challenges and accept them as means of growth. Be yourself and never let anyone tell you that you can’t do something. This is your life, so live it your way. Finally, as always, enjoy!
Knowing what I know now about college life, I would tell myself as a high school senior, to not feel over confident about the classes. I took 17 credits the first semester, and it did not go well. I had a false sense of security that made it so I felt I could do it. However I could not, and I would tell myself to not do it, and to heed the advice of others. I would also tell myself to get out there more, and to get to know more people, and become more apart of the campus, and other groups. I did not do that, and I should have, luckily I still have time, and am planning on remidying that next year.
Going back to high school, I would tell myself to try harder in class and to get more involved. There are so many opportunites and scholarships available for students who do well in high school. I tried hard, but I didn't give it my all. Having a much higher GPA would've given me the opportunity to apply for more scholarships and recieve better funding. I also would've told myself to get more involved. Being involved in the community and volunteering benefits you in such a positive way. Students here at UNC are all about getting involved and getting the most out of their education. I wish I would've had more community service projects or involved in other organizations to help with my involvement on campus.
Lastly, I would've told myself to save money! College is very expensive and having more money saved up would've helped buy books, materials, etc. High school students now should be taught that saving money is so important and will have high benefit to them in their futures.
Study. Always take your time doing so as well. You will need to learn the material whether you want to or not. The otherthing I would say is expect the unexpected. When I got here I was expecting it to be just another school, just another task I had to complete before moving on to bigger things. Boy was I wrong. Your growth in this short period of time can't be described by anything less than extrordinary. You literaly begin to find yourself. You begin to find out who you are. High school was fun, so don't squander that. But make sure you always, ALWAYS, are planning ahead. Again, you have to expect the unexpected.
Knowing what I know now about the transition to college life, I think I would write myself a list of things to do. Being a naieve high school senior, I assumed that the transition from high school to college would be relatively simple and pain free. The list would include 1: Do Not Room with Someone You Know. 2: Take Advantage of a New Beginning. 3: Make New Friends. 4: Reinvent Yourself. 5: Do Not Be Afraid to Explore. 6: Ask for Help Early and Often. And finally- 7: BREATHE! The transition is very significant, but not as scary as it seems. I would give myself this list, but whether I took the advice-being a naieve high school senior- would be another question altogether.
Through my college experience I've gained a lot of independence. Living far away from home on my own was a struggle at first, but I got used to it and learned how to deal with it. It's a very valuable experience because after college, you really will be on your own. Attending college is a good first step to being independent.
From my community college experience, I have gleaned the basic classes and skills which will allow me to succeed when I continue on to the University level. This college experience has helped me to learn how to prioritize, organize, develop a study schedule, and discover my true passion: languages. Additionally, it has helped me to save money- money which I will need to pay for the University level education that I so desire! I'm glad I made the smart decision to complete my two year degree so that I could sort myself out; rather than heading to a large, pricey school without having any idea of what I wanted to do. My experience thus far allows me to improve in the career world- even something as simple as a two year degree puts me ahead of many other canidates. If I win the scholarship, I'll be freeing myself and my family from a large amount of financial stress, so that would be great.
I think what I have gained most from the college experience is to accept people, ideas, and thoughts. Keeping an open mind is critical to improving society. But at the same time, I have learned to be radical in my beliefs about certain subjects because owning your beliefs is what makes a person unique.
College has really been an eye opening experience. There is such a wide array of people that it's almost impossible to not learn to embrace and love people's differences. I also am become more self-sufficient due to the responsibility of living on my own. I now am almost completely in charge of how to run my life, which has forced me to take a good look at my future and how I plan on achieving my goals. College is also an excellent chance to determine what kind of person I want to be, because it offers the opportunity to experience so many new activities and idea's all congregated in one place.
My college experience so far as been an extraordinary in its entirety. My years here have been lined with friendships, hardships, great times, all with a grand filling of growing into my registered major. I have gotten better at managing time, fun experiences with friends, made new friends, and have been able to figure out just exactly what I want to do in life. Not only is this why this college has been valuble to attend, but the superb education here provided by the teachers is, in it's own right, a valuble reason to attend this school.
My personal gains from the college experience are really quite varied. For academics, I have learned new material and finally get to start with much more major based classes. The classes I have been able to take so far have shown me that I am on the right path for my career and how much more I can learn at the same time. As for the more personal aspects, I have learned how much a social networks makeup can have on a person. Both of these run together so the biggest idea that I have recieved from my college experience would have to be how to live life and learn from others and experiences. All of this has been valuable for me to learn because it has impacted me for all future choices; new ideas that I have learned change the way I think therefore changing my view and choices on different life changing and not so life changing decisions. College changes a person period but my experiences make me who I am and therefore is all about valuable new knowledge.
As I was starting my high school years my family moved across state to take care of my grandfater whom lost his wife to cancer. Saddly His ressidence isn't in the best school district so I took it upon my self to take home study classes so that I may further my knowledge by takeing colledge classes aswell. As I was planing my futuer out it all seemed so easy, but little did I know the challenges that lied ahead. I started at my local community colledge with an art history class that was farly easy due to my amazing teacher and his good teaching skills. Once I got into Biology it was a different storie and I wassoon faced with new challendges that helped me to gain new studying skills. My newly remodled campus is frendly and open to great diversity. In this past colledge semester I have been opened to the challenges of schooling and have noticed the difference good teaches can make.
I have not been to college yet, but the experience will definatlly ready me for my field of work.
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