Advice from Fran | Campus Tour 2019
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Lastly, I just wanted to offer you guys a little bit of advice. So if I was talking to my senior yourself, I would say Stop stressing out about the little things because you've already sent in your college applications. It's okay just to kind of have a relaxing rest of your senior year. That's definitely important to watch out for, um, and I would also just kind of tell myself, Teo, really enjoy these moments with your closest friends, go to as many high school activities as you can. It is so important to just make as many memories as you can with all your friends before all of you guys possibly disperse everywhere, which is kind of something sad but also really cool at the same time, because you guys are gonna have so many stories to share. Another piece of advice on increasing your chances in getting accepted to the university is tio. The higher the G, P A and standardized test scores you have, the better. Um and these will also allow you to get plenty of scholarships, whether you're in state or out of state and then during the application process. I think it's really important, Teo, personalize your essays, and the short answer is that the university gives you if you do it through the common application. I think it's really important to just kind of personalize all your answers, be very honest with the university and just be hopeful as long as you have a lot of hope and keep your spirits up. I know that the waiting period Teo hear back from them after you apply is kind of brutal because you're just waiting there and there's nothing you can dio. During that time you can enjoy your senior year of high school because that is what it is all about, so I wish you the best of luck.