Final advice to Incoming Freshmen!
Don't be stressed! College campuses know what type of students they think will thrive at their school. Research your colleges. Sung applied to 33 colleges far more than recommended. Aim for 8-12 and once you send your application stop worrying and just wait and see what happens.
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So before I end this virtual tour, I wanted to give you guys some final words of advice. I know college application process is stressful, and you feel like you have to prove yourself, but you really don't You just have to be yourself. If the college doesn't accept, you just know that it's because the admissions officer simply things that you wouldn't arrive at college at the college. It doesn't mean that you're not good enough. It doesn't mean that you're not worthy or anything like that. It just means that you're not going to be in the best like campus for you. The admissions officers have been doing this for years and didn't know what type of students really do. Different campuses have different personalities, right? Just think about, like the East Coast West coast of different personalities. Six colleges on the East Coast college is on the West Coast or they have different personalities. North versus South, Things like that and also number two really re surgery all colleges for me. I personally apply Q three three colleges that's not normal you should aim for, like eighteen twelve. That's like the normal never colleges you applied to and applied to your most ethical, and you're moved the school that you want to get to those early. This shows that you have some interest in that school, whether it's Harvard or any other school I must admit, Harvard is the best school objectively, huh? And yet in number three, once you send out your applications, stop worrying about there's nothing I can do. There's no that you worked so hard for the past four years, and you deserve to have the last drop of your senior year and the more relaxed. You're about to enter the next best four years of your life. I hope you guys learned a lot from this story and hopefully I'll see somebody guys on campus next year.