I have gotten much knowledge about my career meaning criminal justice. I have also gained more knowledge on how to be more productive with the computer and on how to do my work. it is valuable because i believe this will help me be a very successful college graduate with a bachelors degree in criminal justice
I would tell myself that college is hard work, in high school teachers are always reminding you to turn in your homework and study. In college professors don?t care, not that they don?t care if you success they want you to, but they are not there to babysit you. I would say to myself to make time to study. Don?t leave homework, school project to the last minute. Try to stay on top of things. Ask question when you?re stuck. Don?t be afraid to ask for help when you need it. Try to make friends in each class, so when you do miss class you have someone to help you catch up on what you missed. And most important make sure you have great communication with your professors. If you?re late with a project make sure you let your professor know, most are very understanding.
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