Maria Gives Big Sister Advice for UofL | Campus Tour 2019
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Hey, it's Maria and this is my final advice for y'all. Here's my big sister advice that I can give you what you make use out of your college experience here. Do you want to get involved? Think about to an involvement. If you're not into Greek life, we have our ESOS, which is recognized you in organizations. Raise Red is an 18 hour dance a thon held every spring that raises money for pediatric cancer. I know my high school had a smaller dance a thon for six hours, and our proceeds went to raise bread. No, I talked a lot about saving money in my other videos in terms of scoring high on a standardized test. What if he didn't score like a 28 on the A C. T. What have you scored? 22 or maybe a 24 and you don't really have much financial aid. You'll those partnered up with Metro College metro colleges working for UPS night shift? The campus is ah, highway exit away from the Louisville Airport south of the airport is too ups hub for the plane. If you work there overnight, you also get a weekly pay, and I know you're sleeping. Schedule might be kind of messed up after working there. Just take the afternoon and evening classes that will better your physical and mental health. With Louisville, there's a lot of things you can do here. You don't have to worry about just staying in your dorm like my gosh, there's nothing to do here is doing activity. There's always something to do, even little us a city. There are many touristy kind of things you can do here. You can go and visit and have fun there with your friends. Spect to younger Maria and what I would tell her in high school. What will I tell you? Younger, clueless Syria? Well, remember those AP classes. Take those a lot more seriously and really study for those exams because when you pass those AP exams, you can get away with a lot of 10 classes and also my high school. We didn't have a lot of dual credit courses like right When I graduated, they started putting in a lot of dual credit classes. Take dual credit classes because what if you can't pass those AP exams like you're taking AP physics and you know you're going to score a one on there that's not going to get you any credit. Might as well just take a dual credit class so you can get one of your Gen EDs. Well, you could find me on campus and be like, Hey, that's the growing campus real that yelled about me about doing well my a C T score see in my next video go cards.