You’re in high school gearing up for college, and the cost of tuition is still rising. Though this may feel like a doomsday scenario, there are plenty of ways you can tackle the cost of college without breaking the bank.
The college application process can be incredibly stressful. From campus tours to letters of recommendation to essays, you have a lot to keep track of. With so much to do, it’s hard to know where or when to start!
The one common denominator, though, is the need to tackle the problem head-on and not rely on any one “magic bullet” to get rid of your fear.
So, I wanted to share with you five of the most important lessons I’ve learned during my first year at university: 5 lessons that I wish someone had told me before I was thrown into the foreign (and often confusing!) world of college.
There’s so much to explore that it might be overwhelming to understand all the amazing resources available. Here are the 3 that I used my first semester at UC Berkeley that helped me become more successful.
However, having never gone to an actual gym before, coupled with the fact that I knew no one and was intimidated by the other people working out, meant that I hesitated to go.
I made the decision to transfer in late September, and it was one of the most nerve-wracking decisions I’ve ever made. The anxiety I felt surrounding other’s reactions to my news trumped the relief I felt in my decision.
The road to becoming a doctor is long and difficult but worth it if you’re passionate about what you’re doing.