This mainly is about what I want to do with my life as I am coming to the point where I will have to make a decision on major life choices such as where I want to go to college, what field I want to go into, and many others. I never really gave it much thought before this point and this leaves me wondering what could fit my interests and allow me to have a fulfilling life. Unfortunately, I haven’t found my way yet, and I am still currently looking. This further adds to my confusion as the time for a decision is hastily approaching me. After my brief time being emerging adult, the next stage of development I will encounter is the stage of adulthood.
Also, numerous parents know how it feels not to complete college, so they encourage or almost force their students to go to college soon after high school. Ask yourself this first, do you really want to go to college? Is this decision voluntary or forced? Motivation is the key to achieve anything. To get through college, it's an obligation to be motivated to do your work to graduate.
However, Gladwell’s writing has informed me that anyone, if they are prepared to work hard, can reach their goals. Learning Frameworks itself has offered myself and many others a jumping off point for the looming workload of college. I feel more prepared and motivated than ever to excel in my courses. Typically, I hold myself up to the average standard in my classes. I wish to take more initiative in my endeavors, but am somewhat unwilling to put in both the time and attention.
I will be the leader in my life and to others, in the absences of guidance. I made the decision to start school again and find the resources I need to accomplish my dreams. Fear is a choice. I will not find contentment until I am a successful social
Even if statistics prove repeatedly that they will be better off in life by going to college, there are reasons that high school graduates have that prevent them from pursuing a higher education. In the essay “Should Everyone Go to College” written by Stephanie Owen and Isabel Sawhill, the authors write about the positive and negative effects of going to college. Based on my personal experience and the experiences of others around me, I say the positive outcomes are better eventually than the negatives. Owen and Sawhill start the discussion by voicing their concern for the young people in our generation with having to choose if
You need to grow as a person. Living the college life will be a nice change of pace. I will learn how to sustain myself and how live every day as an “adult.” It will test me like I’ve never been tested before, but I’m keen to the challenge. I can already see myself experiencing this once in a lifetime experience and going to classes to learn from these great minds. But this is not where my journey ends.
Although college is challenging I am going to succeed by using advice from experts developing strategies and setting goals for myself. Because I am a TNCC Student. I know that college will be a challenge for me. One challenge that I am facing is not having a job. As a returning college student it’s a challenge for me because I'm looking for a part time job is not easy at all it's really difficult right now.Trying to find a job to fit in with my school hours has been very time consuming.
Many choices, a lot of responsibilities and nevertheless the consequences. The one thing that jumps out on me when i think about life in the future is that i want to be successful. Its either you 're eager to learn or dumm away with something you 're not interested in. Who i want to be, it 's not going to take two years or so, i probably won 't accomplished who i want to be in such little years i have yet to live, i want to make a difference. Die with my name still living.
You have to have good grades to get in the college you want to attend and to get scholarships. Scholarships are VERY important, as well as going to college! There are three most important bits of advice to consider before going to college. One would be, to make sure that it’s not too far from home so you won’t be to homesick when you start living in the dorms. Two, make sure you know what you actually want to major in before wasting money on classes that you don’t need.
Now we see that it ranges anyway from poverty to not have guidance from a counselor at a younger age. All these things are very important in making kids not want to go and deterring them away. So in the future we will all have to play a part in making this change so everyone gets a chance to go to college, because it is very important and can lead to a better chance at life and a future for some of these kids and without it they might not get the chance to do what they want with their lives. Further research could have been done if I had more time. It would have progressed my paper and maybe I could have talked to some of my family members who didn't attend college and find out their reasons.