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A reflection of my life in college

Guys…here is a real life story and insight gained from my freshman year at college. What you will eventually partake in at college comes from self-evaluation of what you like to do in life.

Discover what this student learned during her first year in college.

Life is unexpected and it will happen to you. My accomplishments stemmed from my self-evaluation halfway through freshman year.

  1. You never know where you will wind up. In this sense, partaking in various activities helped me discover for myself my own passions in life.
  2. It takes me off my campus and around town, stopping at the hospital, Starbucks, the baseball fields, and several strip malls. Ever since attending college, I find that it is I definitely important to expose yourself to as many opportunities and career paths possible.
  3. Every semester, Fastweb helps thousands of students pay for school by matching them to scholarships, grants, and internships, for which they actually qualify.
  4. Marching band on ice! I chose to major in psychology however, I was very unhappy with the lecture and what I thought was an interesting subject turned into the most boring field before my eyes.
  5. One of the greatest experiences I had!

I chose to major in psychology however, I was very unhappy with the lecture and what I thought was an interesting subject turned into the most boring field before my eyes. I became disinterested and dispassionate about the subject. Tell me…how can you work in a field that you are not happy in or passionate about? That was the exact question I asked myself before happily switching to economics and political science.

Reflecting on my college experience

For one to grow, it is necessary for one to be exposed to various things. My past experience as the secretary of the Student Union at Stuyvesant High School made me love politics. In this sense, partaking in various activities helped me discover for myself my own passions in life.

The answer was my time spent in the Student Union office at my high school and that was what led me to be involved with student government at BU. I also joined BJJ team and took part in student government.

A Reflection on My College Experience

However, I learned one thing from being a part of so many things: Many clubs and teams in college have different time commitments so my advice would be to know what you are stepping into.

Four classes sound so little but I swear, you will need tons of preparation. Additionally, I decided to take up an internship my freshman summer and forego a chance to volunteer in Italy and Ireland.

  • Check out how many electives you can take for your major, and take some fun classes to relieve the pressure of some of your other classes;
  • You never know where you will wind up;
  • Every semester, Fastweb helps thousands of students pay for school by matching them to scholarships, grants, and internships, for which they actually qualify;
  • My past experience as the secretary of the Student Union at Stuyvesant High School made me love politics.

I decided that I wanted to explore as many career paths as possible which was why I took up various jobs and internships. Ever since attending college, I find that it is I definitely important to expose yourself to as many opportunities and career paths possible.

  • I became disinterested and dispassionate about the subject;
  • Who made it to the bus stop twenty minutes early, just in case;
  • Have a great summer guys!
  • I also joined BJJ team and took part in student government;
  • I just hope that my letter to all of you will be a great addition to the list of daily reminders BU professors will offer to their students in deciding on a career;
  • For one to grow, it is necessary for one to be exposed to various things.

You never know where you will wind up. You might be in working in management consulting one day or maybe become a politician. What is important is that you try out new things and decide for yourself what you like best and enjoy. Marching band on ice!

From Reader To Writer

One of the greatest experiences I had! I just hope that my letter to all of you will be a great addition to the list of daily reminders BU professors will offer to their students in deciding on a career.

I really hope that my college experiences gave you guys more insight as to how much more the college world has to offer and make you reflect on the direction you are headed. Have a great summer guys!

  1. I really hope that my college experiences gave you guys more insight as to how much more the college world has to offer and make you reflect on the direction you are headed. It can be easy to get caught up going out and meeting people, but college classes move at a far faster pace than high school classes, so falling behind is doubly stressful.
  2. I chose to major in psychology however, I was very unhappy with the lecture and what I thought was an interesting subject turned into the most boring field before my eyes. Guys…here is a real life story and insight gained from my freshman year at college.
  3. The challenges of being on my own, of finding a whole new friend group, of growing up, were daunting, but I am proud of me.
  4. Guys…here is a real life story and insight gained from my freshman year at college.
  5. What is important is that you try out new things and decide for yourself what you like best and enjoy. Four classes sound so little but I swear, you will need tons of preparation.