Goodbye Freshman Year || Recap and Advice to Incoming Freshman || Tennessee State University | Campus Tour 2019
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This video I have been waiting to do all it is officially be in my freshman year at Okay first and foremost, I know you're all, like Why car like one up? Well, I'm not a problem, like actually set up to get home. So I'm not gonna have to, like, actually set up and video. Yeah, why not do it in my car to go take my medical terminology says here, you So I figured I might just want to just go ahead and useful video. I may always my classic symptom and glad hurt really hurt. Still made to be clues and all of that, uh, I have a class this semester like, Yeah, like I had to work because I was taking a foreign language class on top of two sides classes, So I had definitely putting a lot of work to get those grades. So now what? I'm currently working on dental hygiene application, which I basically have a date that I'm just waiting on my team transcript in the mail. Like today, I just have to put it all together and Warren Bugle envelope and then to the person family Take it too. So I very nervous is it? I can't stress about anything that's out of my control. I can't talk about it because I have no control over. Why am I don't know if I am probably not going to take some classes. I'm supposed to take art appreciation with the way you like. If I don't get accepted, I'm not taking it because I want to live this summer. Like to do the boys know? Sure you never want to do without word about a class like I don't wanna worry about no type of class and somebody just because next summer might have by next summer. My plus with my classes are chemistry, college, algebra, Spanish to first aid, like art dealing. So let's say I don't get accepted or I get wait listed. Let's say I do get accepted at changed a whole schedule around because on top of taking 100 courses and chemistry, algebra man is just not gonna work. So if I do good, except they're my cold schedule is just gonna, like, change or whatever. But my upcoming freshman is coming to see issue. If you disagree, Iceman in general and you are going to college or whatever. Uh, Duke, Michigan head on straight number one Advice. So measuring central everything around you're extending life, everything in my life e structure around my life. I don't work, so I'll have to leave work at five o'clock or every Tuesday. I went to either Michael, but I was tutoring for Advanta. By raising your classes, your future comes buyers like period like in a discussion my second little bit by Flippy to remember that a right he is not your friend. You can't come with the college thinking that everyone is going to be a friend that's going to make so many friends, everyone there like you because we all come from different backgrounds. Way have Thio keep in mind that like I said, not everyone is like you know Everyone is want to be your friend. That's okay why in the world But you can't like force. Don't push yourself on somebody like don't force a friendship I don't force just like Lego. My third piece of advice is to always remember who you are and why you're here. Because the issue is very easy till I get distracted. Just remember like who you are and why you came here in the first place. Keep that the back of your mind because you know when even now even just like, pretend it's getting destructive. Even when you're feeling down like, Oh, you made a background of hunger, taste there possibly found clan. You came here because you won't make your family proud. You will make your brother proud with your little sister crowd. You want Thio be able to like, you know, maybe a first generation college. I know I so like just keeping a sense of motivation in the back of your head is gonna help. It was also a legacy issue for making moves Spurs my freshman year that first year of college awesome, have a blessed homecoming. All activities that were thrown at a blessed at tiger phase. Oh, and I hope to succeed in your entire college career.