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A Day in the Life with Matthew

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Marching band. They just put on the little performance. I just missed it. That's a huge base that they carry around. Be strong. The daycare around. Yeah, and they're known for their like crimson colored jacket, black pants. They go around sometimes in the middle of the day, just playing for us today. It was because we had the Dartmouth Harvard game, which brings me to football games. So football games are bigger. Any other college here at Harvard, we don't really football games. It's less about the football games. It's really no law. People go. That's unfortunate. But we do have something called the game, and the game happens every year between Harvard and Yale. This year it's at Yale, and basically it's this huge rivalry game. It's really big. I'll be going to Yale in the month to see the game. It's something that everyone goes through. So even though football isn't stopped, big on the game So this is huge In library, it's a library for are rare book collections, and this is Lamont Library. Mama is one of the most commonly used library's. A lot of students have a love fondue or rather stressful memories. Here. I actually pulled three all nighters already in this library. It's open twenty four seven. Andi. It's very nice because it has a cafe. The this window faces a cafe area and cafe can be used in these board, plus on copies. So boy Plus is something is sixty five dollars that you get on your ID card on every semester and it transfers over to the next semester, but not over to the next year. So fall semester transfers over to spring semester. But then it's gone for next year, so you get sixty five dollars a semester and you can use that, um on cafes, certain certain business, like restaurants of food places at Harvard Square and other places like that. But sixty five dollars really comes in to use when it's like one a m in the morning. And you're you need that extra jolt of like energy. So you go to Lamont, get yourself a little donut and coffee and it it's really refreshing. But, yeah, that's a month, and Houston is not as commonly used, but it's tough. But it's one of the few libraries that's open to the public so long, people like going in there. So if you ever visit campus, I'm going to see you can't go in there. Hey, guys, My name is Sun. Welcome to Harvard. I am going to show you guys around Harvard today and show you guys what it's like to be a Harvard student. You'll see different buildings, different life aspects and stuff like that. I'm really excited to show you guys around. Hopefully, this gives you a really good idea of what Harvard's like, but to start off. I won't be telling you guys about the typical Harvard introduction, because this is the introductory video video I heard What you do is you always when you meet someone, you you always state your name, your grade, where you live, which is also called a house and your concentration in any other place. It means major, but here at Harvard, we call it concentration. So, for example, I would say hello. My name is Sung. I live in Hollis. I'm a freshman, and I am currently undeclared, but I'm leaning towards government or psychology. It just simply means that I'm thinking about taking becoming a government or it's, um, psychology. Concentrate. So anyways, I'm so excited to meet you guys and to show you guys around Harvard hope you guys friends. Uh, I'm here. I'm kind of speaking quietly and I'm gonna have to change. I am here for my pre orientation program. I'm doing absolute you. I hope this isn't too quiet. It's just other people are, like, right over there. And I don't want them that look. Okay. Anyway, it's day negative. Something work, like actual cleaning work for FC starts tomorrow. Um, I took the Amtrak here from New York City. Lost in. It was like four hours. And then I took the t Red one gang and Yeah, really excited. Um, actually, work starts tomorrow. I'm gonna go to dinner with care, Lena soon. And yeah, Now you can say hi. Hi, you two. That's it. That's all you have to say to the people too, By the way Personal. It's Alexandra. You recorded right now. You recording me? Oh, about Zoom in on camera. Lena stealing to soothe. Yeah. What? That way. The order on Come from the booth. Falling night. Please join our order. Hey, you say hi. Scare Alina. Right. They're recording it too. Okay. Oh, my gosh. Okay, so I'm back. Where? I don't know if I ever was in my dorm but I am in my dorm. It's currently 1 a.m. Wednesday morning. Um, I stayed out. Really. I made a whole bunch of friends and actually made a little squad like That's who I was kind of like hanging out with. We got, like, burgers and prized children coming from really conversations my first official night. Harvard, It's done. OK, finally. So let me show you my thing. My room it's actually doubled. It has bunkered, but I guess someone didn't show up. I don't know because I'm in here by Yea, I didn't want to disturb anyone coming in at, like 1 a.m. But yes, it's okay, We're good, we're good. So tomorrow morning the day starts like 7 30 for breakfast or seven records. Um and then work starts at nine finishes at 3 45 and yeah, today was actually really fun. Really happy. I got to, like, talk to the deep light. It's like a little squad. There's seven of us. We have a group chat. Um, it's really cool. So I'm really looking forward to the next four years. One night. Good. See you tomorrow. Hey, guys, Welcome today to Harvard. Uhm today we actually have work to do? It's about seven. In the morning. I woke up at six, took a shower, got ready, and I'm sitting on the steps of wide there. And there's actually no one here, which is really weird. I've never seen the stairs so empty or the library so empty. In general s o, we have work today. There's like, tug of war. There might be a movie screening today. I'm not sure, but we will see later. Um, I'm gonna get breakfast soon with some of the friends. I mean, last night, when we just by myself, I don't know, I'm chill like that. I could do it over. It's that mother. I might take some videos today because I did it yesterday. But Mother is honestly, like, so nice. And so is Winthrop. Like, honestly, I think it doesn't matter what house were sorted into because they all are pretty nice. You and candidates. Q Like it's not bad at all. So I don't know why people keep, like, get impressed over it. Oh, yeah. Airplane flying. Yeah. Harvard is pretty relaxing. It's like 66 degrees. Just pretty comfortable. I thought it was gonna be, like, really, really hot today, but it's not wearing my actually you shirt. It's really cute, you see? Oh, that looks phase. I was watching some of the fop fallouts, our program kids yesterday. Joo's. It's like Loki creepy, and I'll probably do like a little story time, whatever. But it was really cool enjoying myself so far. Okay, okay, So yesterday was our first day of work for dorm crew. My captain was Frankie Gang. He's, like, so cool. So to barely did any where it's like the last, like, two hours or something. We're working. Cab Cab is actually really nice, and apparently it's not even the best Claude House. Like, even though it's a bit of a hike, I probably wouldn't mind living in cabin because everyone gets a single. It's pretty chill. Looks like a little gated community. Like for real. I like it, but yeah, today we have work again. It's about like 7 15 there. There's like a tour going on in front of wide there again. But this one is from China, and I could talk some less Usual one. A slander fan every time. Like my friends are talking around me in Spanish like I want to learn Spanish. But every time I use, I would speak Chinese like I let us learn Chinese. Um, something you want to do? Chinese? Maybe I'll shop both. Probably Chinese. Today is gonna be fun. There are a lot of things going on, like there are a few different activities. Oh, my gosh. Yesterday I basically slept through everything. So, like after work, I went back to my dorm. I had, like, two hours to kill before he went to see good boys and I said an alarm. But then I fell asleep and didn't wake up until, like, an hour later. Then I should of, um kind of sucks. And then I slept through dinner. It was just not a good look for me. I ended up staying in my dorm for the rest of the night, which is fine, because the night before I was out with 2 a.m. I'm played the sins state upto one s Oh, not not as good or not as good as I'd like it to me. Yeah, I'm getting a head over to mother soon, and yeah, hopefully you'll meet William today, and hopefully, I'll actually get footage of, like work. I don't know. It's kind of like weird, but I like my group. They're pretty cool. Okay, today is August 26. 7 a.m. It's Monday, and it's the last day of love. Hopefully the last ankle. Okay, so I just finished packing my things. Guys, it's August 26. Let me show you something. Look at that. Why is it so cold? You know, I woke up. I was, like, literally shivering. I didn't I didn't have a real blanket. I just had machine sex because it was the eighties. All week. I was like, Okay, cool. I didn't bring any, like, warm other stuff. My devious jacket Just even, like, very happy. So that, after, like my subway by seven very practised build together. Overall, I think this week has been pretty fun. Like we were cleaning cabinet and then, which is a freshman dorm? I forgot we were somewhere else. We weren't expecting finally expecting, which is pretty nice, because it's light work some. Thank you, darling. I mean, everybody like you. It's because Catholic was, like, really easy. And Matthews Matthews is like, Matthews is now. Um so yeah, back. We're gonna form my pillow. I don't know. I'll figure it out. I should have just left without a little less. I met some really, really cool people, like actual friends I'm trying to keep throughout the years of Washington's or the little Yeah, today is early moving day on tomorrow's official moving day. My family's coming tomorrow morning, so that's gonna be nice. It's like I'm thinking of getting like one of the police jackets or whatever, because I'm like, really cool and I don't have anything. The room I stayed in for this, like the radio, is candidate 44. No elevator for four, no elevator. But this room is, like pretty okay. The common room, It's reasonably side. They're like two singles on the double in here. That's what their work, whatever it is, what it looks like. You were talking. Yeah, time. That's my phone. And that's my bag. The bag that I want to use, like for the school year, isn't here yet, like my mom told me. So we're gonna figure out what's gonna happen. I think she's gonna buy me a cheap bag that I could be used for a year. I could use that chance Where baggage Just like really heavy. And it doesn't have, like, a laptop compartment for my Hey, say hi. Say hi. Way worse, Frankie. I'm not trying to die, but break way blogged Blawg. Say hi. Hey, Florence Away! We already said hi. Yes, you're gonna be on you too, Brian. Say hi to the log way. Okay. I am on a You don't look happy. Yeah, man. Okay, I press record. We're gonna zoom all the way. That's going to be the thumbnail, or it should be bags. M V P. It's the last day here. We are doing light because we're doing ours today, so Oh, this'll is on camera. Congratulations. I don't know. Wait. I said I'm coming in. Weighs a video Started. You look at Brian Thesis pretty late. Ooh. Oh, I look so different without my glasses on O. Okay, so So this is Frankie's dorm info. Okay, So reasonably sized single bathroom this'll is reasonably size. Yeah, You have all the things that you're gonna have to go back to my crib. Say hi. Recorded so badly. Wait. Now it's a video. Yes, because you kept moving. Say something. It's like, Really? Okay. Used to be the door. You should be the north of the singles, but they converted as part of this. Abby. Abby, let's do this. Yeah. Wow, That's amazing. This is quality content. Oh, wow, Jason. Just like Wait, Jason, No, This is my camera. Yes, I do like since, like, April. I'm alone. I'm in Wells. Well, tall Best hall. I'm sorry. I don't know about that way. Today is not the best way. It's right here. It's years. I did everything we need, in this video, I'll be reading my common app and say That got me into Harvard, Cornell and Forest Barnyard and a few other schools. If that's what you're here to see, states everyone. I'm Jordan Sanchez. Welcome into space, and this video is a part of my how I got into Harvard Siri's because I will be attending Harvard University this fall so crazy I can't believe it says you probably already know by the title and the little thing. I'm gonna be reading my common off as say, so, yeah. No, I just had a problem yesterday and I'm really tired. It's well, very 5 p.m. It's really fun, though. That's good. Common application, more commonly known as the Comet Out is an application portal for colleges, and it lets you apply to a max of 20 schools. Basically, all of the schools I applied to, and most schools that used to comment up require you to submit a personal statement essay the personal same. An essay is known for being very broad. Therefore, you can really write whatever you want and then fit it to one of the seven Trump's offered and literally like I think the seventh from is right. Whatever you want to write an essay can be anywhere from 215 650 words. Long mind was 6 45 So let's get in. I chose what I think was listed as a first prompt, and it is. Some students have a background identity, interest or talent that is so meaningful, but they believe their application would be incomplete without it. If this sounds like you've been, please share your story. This is like one of the most general one. So, yeah, now for my essay. How did he feel about Asians? Are smart? My history teacher acts Homework was to read an article concerning the depiction of the model minority. I think it's right. Agents are naturally smarter than other races, a classmate said. Yeah, specialized high schools are majority Asian for a reason. Someone added their majority Asian because of the segregation of knowledge. My black and Hispanic middle school classmates didn't know the specialized high school's admissions test even existed. There are plenty of us who are equally deserving. My voice cracked. Despite my internal leaves. I began to cry. I felt indignant, alone and betrayed by my peers. That was the only black student and every high school class. I have taken my melon and obligated me to speak on every phenomenon that effective black Americans. Although I enjoy talking about my ancestors sense of community and resilience, sometimes I prefer to be taught in my history class robin teaching others about the black experience. I do not mind educating others about my life. I mind my feelings very ones that backs the share being rejected as if they're in an incorrect answer. Rather than respect my mind, the pressure to represent all Afro Latino students rather than just myself. I mind my classmates crediting my accomplishments to my skin color rather, in my dedication, my taking space as the black girl rather than just Jordan. My experience was not ideal nor unique. It was a part of a cycle. This was something I had to prevent from happening to the next student. Armed with a story begging to be shared, I waited for the right opportunity to step up to the microphone, and your 2017 National American Miss New York junior team is Jordan Sanchez. The room went quiet. I didn't feel there anymore, I was back in my hotel bathroom struggling to put on fake eyelashes. I was preparing to be interviewed by a panel of judges here. I explain not only why I deserve to win, how I was already a clean in my own right. My experience of isolation would make me a relatable green that could mentor others in similar situations. Together, the girls in my community and I can overcome our issues concerning self worth. The tears flow from my eyes, my cheeks as I stepped in front of the line of girls with a bouquet of roses in one hand, a sparkly crown on my head and I miss New York embroidered sash across my test I took my first walk is Queen. I brought my rain. I remember the reason why I want to be an uplifting role model for those in my community. After being rejected from an internship with the largest beauty pageant website, I started my own. I aim to become a tangible titleholder. Someone felt approachable, genuine and within reach. So I did just that. I became the queen next door dedicated to building confidence and use of color. My platform has made my story worth sharing. My sash has stood behind the podiums of multiple schools in the tri state area, emphasizing the importance of confidence patients and a positive and forgiving attitude over 1100 black and Hispanic students. My website has accumulated 2000 views from 20 countries. My crown gave me a microphone and I am not afraid to shouts. I take space as their problems over Miss New York Acree, next door next door, an advocate and the future world changer who was also what? Although I cannot change the fact that people will connect my every move to preconceived stereotypes, I can change what I do about it. Everything I do contribute to gold that is greater than I. I know. I stand on the shoulders of giants, and for them I want mine to be sturdy enough to stand on two. That was really cute. So that was my common app essay that I submitted to all the schools that I applied to, and it obviously worked some of them like Thio fun fact. My teacher actually told me that the essay contained two very separate ideas that could be merged into one, but I submitted it anyway. And look where it go, Okay? Always stick to your gut. When it comes to writing these essays, write a story that you want to share and then find a way to make it fit with the really big comin up essay prompts like it's super easy to Yeah, I would recommend you finish writing at least one or two drafts of your prom in AP saying the summer before your senior year. So then you can solidify it maybe like October, and then start submitting it to your early actions. Last decision schools, and you can start focusing on yourself. Oh, mental s. I would also recommend her essay to me a little bit. On the longer side for most of the successful common AP essays that I read, they've all been between 636 150 words. Most likely be going over how I wrote my comment f s air, how I went about writing all of my essays in General Miss Separate video. I will also be continuing the how I got into Harvard. Siri's with video on interview tips because I did interview for Harvard, and I think it helped me a lot like very time recording. It's like after thanks. If you enjoy this video, I think you would enjoy my how you got into Harvard reading my essays video where I share the Harvard supplemental essay I wrote, and it kind of aligns with this. Also, I'm at 71 subscribers, almost 100. So I think for my 100 subscribers special, I'll be doing the Q and A. Um yeah, you have any questions leaving down in the comments or common anything? Really, because I'm trying to procrastinate on my final projects. And, yeah, if you have a personal or specific questions, you can always the Emmy. My instagram is in the description. Yeah, I was gonna sing the comment section. It's in the description, and I respond to basically all of them. So that's all I have for you guys today. I will see you all in my next video. so I slept with the camera overnight, So you got my actual waking up. Okay, My name's Matthew. I'm a first year student here at Harvard. I'm just gonna take you through a day in my life. Right now. It's 10. 27. I need to get ready for my 10:30 a.m. Class. And yeah, I hope you guys enjoy this day before start the video. I want to talk a little bit about the sponsor of the video. Unique success. Unique Success is a very, very cool organization that helps high school students during the college application process and the transition to college. How it works is that you need success, can connect you with current college students, a top schools, and you can ask them anything, whether it be advice about college APS or about what life is like at a particular school, such as about dining halls, housing or certain clubs on campus. With unique success, you get the valuable opportunity to learn from students like me who actually went through and completed the college process themselves. If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, you can use the link in the description with my referral code to get a free trial. So right now I'm making my bed, which is something that I do all the time, because making your bet is what good smart hearts didn't do. And now I'm about to take my bathroom utensils to the bathroom and get ready. Um, quick note about Harvard, the room's air kind of small, which is a benefit because you really get to bond with your roommate, for example. Sometimes me and my roommates are me and my roommate actually put our pillows and right next to each other. And just like while we're about to fall asleep, have a nice conversation fall asleep, staring into each other dies. The detriment to it, though, is that since I'm kind of like overweight, I can barely fit through this. When I get out of my room, I had straight for the bathroom. If you notice there's a hallway, we actually share a bathroom with four other guys. So this bathroom is usually disgusting. I go straight to the toilet. I'm actually surprised this time because we're usually out of toilet paper. But today we have one rule, so that was great. I stand next to the toilet for about a minute, and if nothing comes out, I head out and do my morning routine. If you guys didn't know already, that's me in the mirror. So if you're wondering why I'm not brushing my teeth right now, I do this thing where I brush my teeth once every other day. It really helps keep the nutrients in and keeps my teeth white. I leave it around 10:35 a.m. It's about a 6 to 7 minute walk, my first class, but I try to walk a little slower because I just love this weather like it so much better than sunny California, where I'm from. That big building right there is actually one of Harvard's most famous buildings in one of the largest libraries in the entire United States. Widener Library. One thing that I find super cool about that library that you can actually rent the entire building out for surprise parties in different events. So that's so right now we're going inside the carpet center. The carpet center is where my first class takes place. L O L 69 watching move. First of all, there's no homework for this class. So that's great. All we do during classes, eat popcorn and watch movies. Some of my favorites from this year have been 50 shades freed and the handmaiden, so that class ends at 11 45 and I rushed to the dining hall to get my bag lunch before my class of 12. So this building is called Annenberg. It is home to the freshman dining hall, and if you didn't already know, Harvard is extremely rich, so that means they're able to serve really expensive foods such as lobster, macaroni and cheese and caviar and things like that. However, that is only for the white people go to Hartford. I, on the other hand, have to get a bag meal every time I come to the dining hall. But it's okay. I still love the food. At Harvard, I get a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, as well as a banana and a water bottle for every meal, and it tastes pretty good. I can't complain thistles when I fell because I don't tie my shoes. So my next class is in one of my favorite buildings in all of Harvard. Seaver Hall, this'll next cost is called Police I 82. Why Communism Works. It's a very small class of 11 people. Actually, 1247 people applied for it, so I was lucky I got it. We learned about what Communist societies did wrong in history. Then for our final project. We all go into the mountains for a week, equipped with only a knife and attempt to live out a communist society. Our class has a communal grading system, so if we are perfectly cooperative, worked well together. We all get a B plus. That class ends at around 3 p.m. And after that I go back to my dorm to get ready to volunteer. So at 3:30 p.m. Me and a group of 20 other Harvard students go and drive into Boston to volunteer. What we do is we go to a local high school and read the high schoolers their children's books. To be honest, I hate it. I hate helping people. I hate volunteering, but my mom told me doing things like this would look good on my college application. So I guess I have to do it. I get back to campus at around 6:30 p.m. That I go to my dorm to get ready for a date that I have tonight with a really amazing awesome girl who just happens to be my TF. Then I head to the dining hall. Today, Harvard is celebrating the end of the Cold War and the brutal defeat of communism in the United States. So they went all out and decorated the dining hall super nicely tonight. After that, I had to. An early screening of Gaspar Noe is new film Climax. Now I don't want to say too much, but it's basically a two hour long Communist dance party where everyone tries to kill each other. I give it a nine out of 10. After the movie, I had to Widener Library to get some homework done. I head to the reading room to go sit down and work on a project for my class called introductory to drawing. Basically, they introduce us to how to draw, and I have become really good throughout the semester, so I'm gonna show you guys some of my work. I get back to my dorm it around 1 a.m. and it's been a really long eventful day, so I'm really tired. So I just go straight to my bedroom, jump on my bed, then pass out again without brushing my teeth. Hey, guys. So before this video, I want to remind you to check out unique success. Really cool organization. Click the link in my description, if you're interested for my referral code to get a free trial, so that makes you go check the map. I hope you guys really enjoyed this video. Make sure you give it a like and subscribe to me if you haven't already. And common down below. What other videos you'd like to see next? All right. Thank you for watching. I'm addicted to you. The ice. We had Starbucks. Right now you're craving a late night drink tea bond. To be more specific, she's got me hooked on the mango. Blocky lemonades. Ten out of ten recommended. This Starbucks is open until twelve a m. What they didn't know. So yeah, it's a great place to work because on Sarah, these deliveries actually close at ten. Mom's a phaser close. The library's closed, sir. You really can't. I work here, but now it just e. I think I took seven AP classes. I took the AP exams for all of them. Five away. I got my AP scores back for Concho County. Maybe an English literature. I got a five on a V and literature and then before on competence. Oh, which I'm fine with. I got pores on everything else except us history where I got five. So my general tip for the AP exams and the course overall is that a P courses are primarily based on understanding and whether or not you intuitively get the content rather than just memorization. So for AP bio, the person access question specifically after 80 ryo, a mite of that class in my sophomore year, and I have recommend doing that if you're not, I'm not taking any other AP classes AP bio just so demanding that I think it's really good to take it anyway in AP bio. You couldn't just, like take flash cards and memorize everything and just be like, Oh, I know what this is. Okay, whatever. And I'm going to succeed on the test like, No, I'll give you an example of what's going on in a cell and you have to explain the process or explain what would happen to the process of a certain, like nutrient was missing or something like that. So you really have to understand everything. Understand why everything is happening rather than memorizing. It allows you to actually explain things in depth without just like regurgitating something that you read in a textbook. Because if you just memorize stuff you literally like, won't succeed in the class. And I think that's true of all classes, even classes like AP calculus and AP Physics and AP Physics. I remember having to explain stuff a lot. If you don't understand, then good luck, Charlie for English literature and language. I got a foreign laying five unlit Legace supposed be easier than lit and it waas. I was just being stupid. I guess I don't even know how I got a five lit. You just have to practice a lot. No, a classic novel like really well for me that was Weathering Heights by Emily Bronte. Objectively speaking, the best novel to ever be Britain. It's literally like a fan fiction, so if you haven't read it but like fan fiction, read it, um, if you're one direction fan and you know about after we're right there, Right there, If you tell there. Okay, I'm done being Van Gurley. Okay, You're most practice a lot knowing Ah, hold back front. Really well know about themes and the back of your claims while looking at the piece as a whole rather than small, like little chunks because that's a really big, like idea that my AP let teachers trust me, that was a time management, everyone's favorite like topic. I was on Instagram and I saw this like picture. I was gonna call it a mean, but it's not really mean. They called procrastination of means of self sabotage. And I thought, That's a really interesting way of looking at procrastination. I do a lot you haven't noticed, like a lot, a lot. Hold on. It's a lot of time consuming things. I'm in theater. I do activism on my website. At this at school, I have a lot of stuff on my plate, which is cool, but it's only cool because I have my planner. I don't have my plan with me right now, but I did have a planner right down the hall of your homework. assignments. If you're not doing that, I don't even know how you're so a lot. You're engaged in extracurricular activities that have, like a lot of big events, like for me. That's pageants. And my feet are stuff because we have rehearsals, letter like, outside of school and actually travels on them, then use Google Calendar like I think that was really, really helpful for me. I got a new phone case. It's just clear and boring, Like everything on Google calendar like this is now. I don't have a lot. What is that? That was June is, and I put basically everything in here, like for my rehearsals and stuff and holidays and appointments and interviews. Oh my gosh, this was January, so I had a lot of like college interviews in January. As you could see, Google calendar is my life, and it's everyone's like Whoever has the most busiest Google calendar is lit in my Iife also establish priorities. I grew up in a house where education came first and you couldn't do anything fun unless you had your like grades down packed, so education and school and grades were like, always my top priority, and that should be yours too. But you should know when you work best you can like, kind of make use of those priorities. Actually wrote an article about this for the queen next door. Time management, The three piece. It's a success. A sum like that actually would get into descriptions. You could read it because I kind of like, go over how I do my planning and stuff like that in there, and maybe I'll make a video on it. You guys don't do. I already is a really important you need to establish what must be done and what you would like to be done. So school usually come first. Then, as like, performances got closer. I prioritize those. And then once you have that, you need a schedule time for when you would actually work on those things like I work best in school and like, productive environments. So I did a lot of the homework that I didn't like doing in school, and I saved like, map for home because I didn't mind doing math at home were like math in general, because I like it and also know when you work best, I can't do any work past a certain time, usually that times like really early, like nine or 10 o'clock. So there's no use in me staying up late, So I'd rather wake up early. Like there have been times when I woke up at three o'clock in the morning to finish an assignment or to finish project himself just because I work a lot better. And overall, I think if you're well rested, you can do work because you're arrested and you had a break from it. Weaken description for that full articles for me. I sent all of mine because they were all good. I feel like a good score is 4 to 5 range because four is like satisfactory or three sides, I don't know, but Bob is like excellent, and four is like almost excellent sleepy out force and five sent them. If you have ones and twos, probably don't send them, and if you have threes, I don't know, I feel like I could go either way. I think that AP scores don't really matter all that much in the cause application process like I think the actual course great matters more than the AP score. Not everyone has a these wars, but everyone has a transcript, and those grades are always on your transcript. At the college application people, the arrows will be like, Oh, my gosh, they work so hard. Drives a school year. This class is rigorous and they're succeeding. And I think you have good scores. Send them. If you don't, don't. It's fine. No one's gonna like kill you or anything like that. Admissions officers want to see you in your best light. And if a test score doesn't like that, then don't send it. Plus, a lot of schools are becoming testing optional anyway, and that's for the S A T s. A. T matters more than like AP scores individually. So we find those are all the questions I'm gonna answer to say, Thank you so much for watching and subscribing 160 feet. Subscribers didn't actually think that would ever happen. I like stats video for Harvard has, like 4000 for interviews and, like 100 66 likes like That's amazing. Thank you so much. I can't wait to create more content for you, my mom and my sister and I just like dorm shopping, will kind of do like the whole dorm shopping, whole video. My color scheme was gonna be, like, really similar to the one I have now. So gray scale and blue. But I'm really excited to show you guys like my moving day blog's housing and Simon maybe a roommate tag, but it's like, Why not? And, yeah, I'm really excited to show you guys more about my Harvard future, and I will be uploading a video on college on a college application timeline from, like Junior Paul Sr Spring. I hope you guys stick around for that. So I promised to show you guys some upperclassman dormitories. Andi, I talked to you guys about the renovation project. Went through a pass right here was the most recently. It was most recently renovated. It was home to JFK, I believe right there, in between where that little power is. Elliot, how's Elliott house? Um, it is, I don't think has been renovated yet. Right next to is Kirkland. And Kirkland was home to Mark Zuckerberg. Andi, this is where he lived. This is really developed a Facebook and everything s oh, Elliott house and went to her past has something called the Grill. So the grill is This is a late night like snot, please. They serve burgers, french fries, milk shakes, ice cream. And you think that you can imagine, like, comfort food cravings. And they opened from ten to twelve week. We'd nights and from ten to two a. M. On weekends. So it's a great place to grab food when you're hungry at night. And do you accept board? Plus that sixty five dollars. But everyone gets in the beginning of this semester that I was talking to you guys about, um and yeah, this is the perfect time to talk about dining at Harvard. So every house upperclassmen house has their own dining dining hall on and all the first years an ember. But you're also allowed to, as a first, like Inter House is, like amongst different houses on certain nights. And on Thursday nights, most houses, how something called community dinners were only people from that house can eat glier covered your arse, um, upperclassmen, housing that has, like restrictions. So it's like if you live in the house, you can eat there and you can bring one other person. But if you don't know anyone who lives there, you're not allowed to eat there. But, yeah, they have that. And also there's something called brain break that happens from that happens every night from Sunday to Thursday. It's like from ninety ten ish. They have food out for you to eat. Sometimes we have like a mocking cheese bar, which is amazing, saying he has like hot dogs and stuff the other day. But other times it's just like toast and cereal, which is also find it fills you up. Um, but yeah, so you have access to all that Hey, guys. Freshman at Harvard on today, I'm gonna be showing you around my room. First of all, we're gonna start with, um, our shoe area. This is where we keep our shoes way Have these nice rain and snow boots because it's really cold here, and these ones are mine. Just looked really cool. It's like for the aesthetic of the room. I never see dorm towards that. Show us what's in the fridge. So I'll show you what's in the French. We got banana, whatever that is. Milk. Um, hot pockets. All right, Now we're gonna go on to my jacket and the hook from my jacket. Our printer, this the window. This window actually doesn't close all the way. So we have a contraption here, call a pencil on there's black tape on it, and yeah, and make sure this side of the window closes. Oh, if I show you trash can and our compost bins. This is our chair. You know, every house has, like, a chair that you just put stuff on. Well, this is our check. This is the guitar. Um oh, over here. This is our nice cows that we like to sit on when I'm not sitting on my desk and doing homework, I'm sitting here doing homework. Here's a little nice thing you could do with it. Thank you. Okay. Uh, this is our table. Don't like cops. We put food on and we're eating. We put on work on it. If we're doing home where you work a lot here, Um, yeah. Who is that down here? Our floors really dirty. It's like if you don't wear socks or shoes or get all dusty stuff. Well, we don't clean it because we're This is my personal trash can because I don't like having to get up for this. My desk, My personal trust can I don't like having to get up all the way over there to throw man trash here. This isn't by my hero Academia poster I used to have up on the walls, but my roommates didn't like it, so I have to put it next. Um, and this is also where I keep my shoes right here, because I have a lot of shoes. Uh, and I've been reading it the recent issue of the Harvard Crimson. That's why it's on my desk. Harvard Crimson is the Harvards newspaper organization that makes newspapers. Whoa! Look at this article Senior killed by bird. That is like, really crazy. I don't think anyone should use the word cunt. Not even in writing, Christine. Well, Harvard Crimson has really cool articles. If you want me to do a video on that, just tell me from the Colorado section. Yeah, I do my homework here most of the time. I have scissors, tape staples, whole bunch if I need to use any of that on my homework. Hands, pencils, tissues. Oh, here are some books that I like. So this is my bad feminist for my one. My feminist classes from this is the filmmakers handbook for my filmmaking class. What else do I have here? Oh, this is my lamp. This is the home of Ford, My baby. Have some nice posters who run the world. There's my drawing of Pleiku in my favorite Pokemon done by my amazing Channel artist Caitlin defend diversity and our room A contract, um, be kind. Respect, privacy and space don't steal its all signed by all of our roommates. Um, okay. Okay. So as for my roommates room, there's four. Listen here two of them live in this room. Two of them live in that room. I live in that room for this room. They said I could only show one part of the room, so yeah, I can only show you this rug that they have in it. It's really spacious. This is really stages, but yeah, they have this next dragon in which we don't have room for in our room. Um, no. Um oh. What the hell is this On my roommate's desk. Oh, jackets. Now we're gonna go into my room. Wow, this shit. So, yeah, there's so little space right here for me to get through because this room is really small and I'm a picky. So I implanted These little device is working onto my bed. Um, this my fan, because it gets really hot in here. Oh, these are the pictures of my friend. I come Wow. Such cool, Good old days. Okay, um, trash can lotion, tissues. My closet exit sign for the extent, Um oh, no. We could go to the most important part bathroom for this dorm were connected to another very similar dorm. It's like the same thing that you guys just solved. And in the middle of the connection, this little hallway year, there's a bathroom. Now we're gonna check that out first. This is where I put my like showers. Welcome to the bathroom. So these are the things for washing our hands. Giving a demonstration. Good. This is the table that I bought on bathroom. I would show you how to use it, but there's no record of a grill. It's Let's see if there's any more. Oh, yeah, our You can get on it. Um, yeah, that's the entirety of my room. I hope you guys enjoyed this room tour, and if you guys would like to see any other videos this