I know the beginning of a new school year is approaching, and a lot of people are anticipating their freshman year in college. This is a new phase of life which allows for new experiences and opportunity. There are a lot of people giving college advice but some might not give you the honest truth about college just because they don’t want you to be discouraged about attending. So here are three tips you can use to survive college.
1. Make your own decisions:
It’s ok to listen to input from mom, dad, siblings or best friends, but in the end, you are responsible for all your decisions.
2. DON’T BUY BOOKS AT THE UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE:
Save some money on books. Borrow from the library, visit a second-hand bookstore, ask friends to lend you a copy, but most of the time you can rent a digital copy, or shop online for used textbooks.
3. COLLEGE FREEDOM IS A BLESSING AND A CURSE:
You may skip some classes but in moderation college students skip classes all the time it’s really not a big deal skipping one class every blue moon will not end your college career. However I would advise to, skip classes wisely. Some professors do not tolerate absences.
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