10 COLLEGES I REGRET NOT APPLYING TO IN HIGH SCHOOL
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I'll play to 21 schools as a senior in high school, I have a video about what schools I applied to a swell and when the link that town below and in an ID card. Although I applied to so many schools, there were still a lot of schools that I look back on, and I regret not applying to, not in the moment. Throughout my years in college there might have been the school that I saw on social media or one that just came into my mind, and I thought staying. My life is also really good right now, and there's a reason why you didn't supply to that school because my life might not be what it is today. So it's really hard to look back and almost regret not applying to school. I do want to say that there are a lot of factors that go into whether or not you decide to apply to insert college such as location, financial aid, awareness of the school or what you're looking for in that moment, and I'm going to talk specifically about the reasons right into applied a certain schools but looking back and sort of wish that I took that chance. If you are a current senior in high school or if you're just familiar with the college process, what are a couple schools that you regret not applying Thio or schools that you did apply to? I'm super curious to know what other people think about different universities, whether or not you wish you apply to certain school or what schools you will be attending next fall. The first school that I wish I applied to is USC, that's University of Southern California in high school. It just seemed like a really expensive school in California and basically that's what it is. I had a couple classmates looking into USC. I had a couple costumes get accepted into USC it while I was in high school, and I was really happy for them. If I knew how much I love the sun over there, I think I would have really benefited from applying to more schools in California like USC. It just felt so impossible difficult to get into and expensive. B if you may get a scholarship or great financial aid like you just don't know, So why not just go for it and see what happens Similar to us? See, the second school that I wish I apply to was U C L. A. So the first time that I stayed in Los Angeles, besides going to bid con, we stayed at a friend's place right outside of U C L. A. Like you could walk to U C L. A. And we drove by it during our spring break. I didn't apply there for the very same reasons I didn't apply to you and see basically and in high school, I think I was very naive in this Midwestern bubble. Now you know the third school that I don't know why I didn't apply, Thio was and why you New York University? Because in a school I wanted to go to New York. I applied to a ton of schools in New York City, but I didn't apply to you because it was a huge university. In high school, I thought that I wanted a small college because I had such a tight knit high school family that I thought college to be the same way. If I could give you any advice, don't compare your college experience to your high school experience. I think you'll get the most out of it if you do it like that because I was constantly comparing my freshman year of college to my high school. I think that's why I had such a hard time adjusting because it wasn't high school. There was nothing that my college could d'oh to be exactly like the faculty in high school or my friends in high school or the assignments. It's just like integrated into New York City before school I wish I applied to was the University of San Diego. It just looks really beautiful alert to all the other California schools. It's very expensive, and I didn't apply to it because I didn't even know that that school was an option. The first thing that comes to mind is a really big school, and that wasn't something that I was looking for the fit school. So I really wish that I gave it a shot and implying to Barnard as a high school senior, because even though I got rejected in college, who knows? They may have accepted me in their freshman class. That's a school that I just learned about too late. I fell in love with it my freshman year of college and said, My senior year of high school, I think it really would have opened some doors. Yeah, I think that's the one school I really regret not flying to in high school six school that I wish I applied to in high school with Occidental. The seven school that I didn't apply to you, but wish that I did is a stretch. I just wish I applied to Stanford just to say Apply to Sanford, the eighth school that I wish I applied to Columbia University. It's in New York that kind of ties in with Barnard because Warner and it's like the Sister School of Colombia and you can take if you go to Barnard, you could take classes at Columbia. I don't think I would have gotten into the school. Find Tiu just so that I could say I did and like who knows what happens? At least I would know whether or not I would have gotten accepted or rejected from school. If I didn't get accepted, I would have gone the nineth school that I wish I applied to in St Thomas. It was just super close to home, and that's why I didn't want to apply, because in high school my original plan was to get the F out. I think I would have really liked it in the last school that I wish I applied to but didn't is University of Santa Barbara in California. I would have met my YouTube friend Bailey, who just graduated from that school. It is one of the schools that I am applying to for my graduate program, so fingers crossed that although I didn't apply undergrad. Maybe if I apply for graduate school, I'll get into it with video. There are also a couple of other California schools that I will be applying to grad program, so we'll see where I end up in a year and 1/2. That is it for today's video. If you're not a senior yet that maybe there were some schools to consider an anterior list if you're applying in the years to come.