How do I calm myself during application season?
I feel like I would be anxious that I might not get into a decent college/university. #college #college-admissions #university #college-advice #college-selection
Getting into a college that provides high quality learning is very easy and I doubt you will be rejected. Plus if you are this far you can't change the past you have to get more volunteer hours or better grades so don't stress as it won't do anything for you.
Might I recommend a community college to start though? Universities and social media lead us to believe they are inferior but to get the same education for the first two years at a tenth the cost sometimes? Who's really inferior?
I wish you the best!!
It's true that some folks use their alma mater as a sign of prestige or clout, but the determining factor of how good your education was is your skills and abilities. I've seen ivy league graduates who flounder and community and state college graduates who soar to the tops of their field because they worked very hard and took every opportunity to learn more.
So, remember that the application process, while admittedly stressful, is not the sole determinant of your future...it's just a small starting point and no matter how it goes, you can manage great success out of any opportunity that presents itself.