Advice to Incoming Freshmen | Campus Tour 2019
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If I could give one piece of advice to incoming freshmen, no matter what college went up at. My biggest piece of advice is to stop being so nervous. Honestly, it's more of a hindrance than anything. It's really hard to realize this, but there really isn't anybody paying attention to what you're doing. If you look a little lost or you're confused about something or you trip or something, there's literally no one that's going to say anything. It's a very, very rare for someone, Teo, especially here for someone to like, make you feel that way. I find that so many people are so focus, some kind of what they're doing, not really paying attention. Even though you may think that everyone just like, knows you're a freshman like thinks you're weird because of it or something, it's really not. So I would say Carry yourself with confidence and you will come across so much better than someone who just looks evidently worried. It's okay to be nervous, but if you act confident, people don't care and they will not even notice that you're nervous Honestly, and acting really confident also kind of helps in your classes because of your professors. See that you're really confident in what you're doing. They'LL trust You have more tasks and they'LL just you'LL just be thought of as a better student. Thing isn't to be a notable person if you are displaying that confidence. So I would say that's my biggest piece of advice. I hope that you're able to implement that not only in your freshman year of college, but honestly in your life and in any other thing that you're doing because confidence comes across better than anything. Yeah, I hope that that advice kind of helps you transition a little better and feel a little more security yourself.