Personal Narrative: I Am As A College Student

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I remember my freshman year walking onto campus on the first day of school. Right from the get-go I knew this was where I was going to become the person who I would essentially be for the rest of my life. I grew up as a very quiet kid, I was never the kind of person to be with the “loud crowd”. I was also very shy but really into music, little did I know that music would completely reshape me into a new person. In all my classes except for music I did my work and got my grade but never really interacted with my teachers. I remember biology class I hardly spoke with my teacher and it was actually one of the classes I struggled with the most. I had trouble capturing certain aspects of biology and I could not find the courage to go out of my…show more content…
I am going to try to get myself into the habit of studying, working, and thinking like a college student. I need to get ready for this new environment and in a way, this transition is making me feel anxious but excited all at the same time. I would want my friends that are going to be seniors next year be as well prepared for this experience as I was if not even more. I believe the key to being successful as a senior is just to be persistent. A student needs to be on top of their game and make sure that they don’t procrastinate or get their priorities mixed up. School is first and they need to be ready for what’s in store after they graduate. I would like my classmates to remember me as a person who was friendly with anyone, I wouldn’t go out of my way to start a conversation with a stranger but I definitely would not turn them away. I would most importantly want my friends to remember me exactly how they saw me, whether it was quiet and shy or loving and friendly, I would want to be remembered by all of this and much more. High school really was an experience to remember and I couldn’t imagine finishing my year with anyone else in my corner whom I don’t already have. I take a moment to step back and see all that I’ve done and who I’ve done it with, I found myself and I can’t wait to see what I accomplish in ten or even five years from now, the future is a mystery and I am more than ready to uncover this next chapter of my
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