College Freshman Advice!
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Hey, guys, today I'm going to be sharing my 15 college freshman tips, basically just telling you some things that I learned over my freshman year. So my first hip is save money before you come to college. My professor, my first semester, I had some really iffy teachers, and I didn't use read my profession. I didn't find out about it until I was in college, and it's like, tremendously helped me, because this semester I love all my teachers like I'm doing so good in semester, and it's because of my professors. Last semester, I took a class that was at 9 30 Which doesn't seem really because, you know, when your high school, it's like seven o'clock, you have your first class. No. 9 30 is actually really, really Do not take it 8 a.m. to not take a 90 in this semester. So after your first week to get like school supplies, I was like, so lucky to have, like a lot of family who gave me school supplies at my graduation party, so I didn't really have to piety. Once you get your cell abyss after, like, uh, still look this week, you'll find out what you need. Then you can just go to like your little store and get that or your parents can mail it to you so you don't need all your text post in writing utensils and everything like your first week. All you really need is maybe, like your book, a pen in a holder to put like your syllabus it, and that's pretty much My fifth tip is when you come to college, get involved because I didn't and I regret it. Everyone always hold me like, Oh, when you get to college, you're gonna make friends, and it's gonna be super fun. That's just not really what I like finest bud. I haven't had a problem with peer pressure, really. You need to be able to say No, it's the end for yourself if you don't feel comfortable doing something, If you don't want to do something, I definitely say like, you don't give in to peer pressure. If you don't want to say on my next tip, I think it's number age, one that I really need to follow. When you procrastinate, it's just like, Oh my gosh, it's works like cramming and you literally like lose your mind because, like college work piles up so quickly and it's not worth it. Use all the resources that you have at your campus like is amazingly, my campus has so many things that like to offer me and you really should take advantage of it. So you don't have thio overwork yourself, And that's really important because, like like I said procrastinating, it really gets to you. If you think about what you're doing and take time to really do what you need to do, it won't be hard for you. I heard this somewhere, but like it's really stuck with me. What that means to me like a really hard time seeking health what it's needed. That really applies to school because your teachers, your academic advisers, like they're all there for you. I think it's 12 time management when you're in college, your parents aren't there to baby sit you and tell you wanna wake up when you do your dishes when you do your homework when it's time to go to bed? So we really have to learn. It's a really hard concept to grasp because, like you're not, you're not taught time management. How do not procrastinate in high school? Because I'd be honest with you, high school really did not prepare me for college number 13. Don't talk about effort, but my first semester of college, I found class. One day I have really bad period craves, and then a couple times I overslept. A class is it was only due to me not showing up, so I really felt like a failure. I had a D in math, which I'm really bad at it. I really felt bad for myself, and I learned that it's okay to make mistakes. It's a lot of stuff thrown at you, and it could really mess with your mental, but you really need to tend to yourself and like you meditate, take a nice bath, do whatever makes you build it, please, like take care of your mental self while in college and also like physical girl. You know, fresh 15 is really I've seen so many people, like gained weight because they weren't like exercising. So you really do need to take care of your body in your mind. My last hit is make your freshman year slash college experience memorable because it's yours. I think it'll be really cool if I go ask some, like, um, of my peers. If you could give any advice to an incoming college freshmen, um, just thinking about it. Okay, So are you a freshman advice? I'd probably say first, make sure you spend more time focusing on your studies there. With those freshmen, they get all Epps also colleges racist, experiencing things, should make sure you're, like, active. Yeah, just It's important to make friends with a lot of that would really get to know each other. You could give a college freshman, and it would be Oh, c can.