Advice to Incoming Freshman | Campus Tour 2019
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I have two pieces of advice for incoming freshmen that I wish I'd known when I came in to beat you, the first being. If you have the opportunity to take a pee or I'd be classes in high school, definitely do. So. You have no idea how nice it'll feel when you don't have to take all of your required courses because you have transferred credit from high school. Only accepts four and five exam scores, so try to do really well on those exams. It's going to be worth it, because if you're like me, you have a really nice schedule, some semesters. My second piece of advice would be to try really hard in high school. I remember it really well being stressed all the time, but it's totally worth it now. When I realized that I'm so prepared for BU, I went to a public school. It's not like I went to any crazy prep school, but I put a ton of effort into my studies, making sure that I got good grades so I could get into school without a ton of stress, and it's really been worth it. Skip some social activities if you have tio just to make sure that you're doing the best you can. On top of that develops in really good study habits. I know that some kids can just breeze through high school and kind of, you know, read the book as they go, and then not really study, but definitely you're gonna need to study in college. So don't just pretend you've got it all down and make sure that you know how to study properly.