10 Things I wish I Knew Before Coming to UCLA | Campus Tour 2019
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So today I'm gonna be doing a video on things that I wish I knew before committing to you silly so they could be there, You know, positive things and other things. You know, everyone has so many things that they dio that, you know, it could be different. So if you're a frustrated, if you're a transfer of here anyone, that little hill, you know how difficult it is to find parking. So I think that's pretty hard to do, especially like fall, because a lot of people are trying to do, you know, I get back into the court and then what I did for 1/4 was apart. It's like, Oh, you're either, you know, like you're youse wanna be alone. You know, uh, when I would go to eat like dining homes, I would Sometimes I would look around and be like, Oh, my the only one eating alone. You know, something that's a little bit more academic, I would say is time management on. You're doing volunteer work, you know that's gonna catch up, Especially when you have, uh, 18 19 units of classes on dhe. You know, Max cap unit of classes that you're allowed to take his 19. So I would suggest that, you know, pick to one or two things that you're really interested in its focus and home, like your skills on that specific thing in order to get the best out of it. So usually you have a lot of alumni that you know how gone to really big productions. Anything you know, I'm not promoting, but it's just a very personal example. You know, we have freshman writers for sports, and then we also have alumni that right for NFL online, we have people working for Yahoo finance that are doing news broadcasting. You know, people were going l A Times editors as just beat writers. You know you have such a long legacy of alumni that you really want to that are willing to come back and help students that you know that we're just like them that were given internship opportunities. You know, there's a lot of internship opportunities, especially when you go back to the time management thing and you hone those skills. So if you say that you've been doing like an activity for two years, you know that looks a lot better than having five things for like, three months. It's very prominent, You know, the center is willing to connect their students with people that are not have given like their contact info, and that they're willing to help. I would say, you know that they're willing to get things done, you know, be on time on their very academically advanced, I would say. You know, during that hour, 15 is a lot of time for discussion. So you might have to plan out each of your quarters and to see what you can take one, because there are pre Rex that you would need for, You know, sir, your costumes, fourth year costs is that you might have to take first year, second year. If you're trying to do you no extracurriculars, you know, keep it at three. Um, I've heard that people didn't take losses outside the major because they thought it wasa like they didn't have time or that they didn't, uh you know, they couldn't stay an extra semester 1/4 on DDE. In that case, I feel like you should visit your departmental advisor at least once 1/4 maybe even like once a year if you're really play organized. You know, Fall, quarter and then I have to do three of my major causes for wind recorders. Pond out, make sure you're not behind in certain things because I know people that haven't finished. Um, you know any of the math majors? It's a little bit of a shorter walk. Sometimes on the first week you know, you're gonna have to get there 10 minutes earlier in order to get a seat from someone that is hoping, hoping, hoping, hoping, hoping to petition for a cost? Uh, yeah. Sometimes if the class only fits 30 and they have 35 students, you know, you don't want to be that person that's enrolled, but sit down. You know, it's not something that you're considering between private and a public. You know, you want to consider if you want to be participating more if you wanna have that individual attention or, you know, a few one that doesn't that. You know, you'll go to first class, and then the next week is gonna be first round of mid terms. If you don't show up to your midterm, you know you should just drop the cost. 10 weeks is not a long time, especially taking, you know, four classes. With the court system, it's like I need to stay on top of everything and, you know, get things somebody by the duty. You before just to see buildings that you would want to live in when they're really state is for, you know, Lee signing or even viewings. Uh, seeing how much you know, a two bed, two bath or three good two and 1/2 bath and what that entails and how much square feet. You know, there was several buildings that we really wanted to be in, but because of either just how packed using again, especially with tours, they're gonna be 50 people with their deposit in hand with an application, but are willing to put down, you know, the $4000 before January even starts. Um, if you're living in Axiom, I know that I think they start some leases in September, but they are a little bit harder to you because some people don't actually move out after one year. I would say Powell, just for the overall college vibe, you know it is really quiet. Then if there's anything but, you know, if there's any comment, that really pops up continuously, that I will make another video.