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What is college like ?

12th grade
snowboarding is my favorite hobby
history is my favorite subject
I am majoring in Business and economics

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Hernan’s Answer

Leo,

I'm sure you've heard it plenty of times, but college is ultimately what you make it! With that said, I recommend getting involved and joining organizations/clubs that align to your interests and major; doing so will help you meet individuals who have similar interests to yours and help make your college experience enriching and rewarding. You can visit involvement fairs and go to events hosted by your campus! I also recommend setting up some time during the day that works for you to build habitual study times to help you set up a routine and stay on top of your classwork so you don't get overwhelmed. Finally, I'd recommend you don't procrastinate so you can do better in your classes and dedicate time to the things that interest you!

Best of luck and enjoy your time in college!
-HP
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Alyssa’s Answer

Enjoying an amazing college journey is all about diving headfirst into all the goodies your campus has to offer. Whether it's joining clubs, attending events, making new friends, or seizing incredible academic opportunities, your college campus is a treasure trove of fresh experiences. Let's explore how you can make your college years the best they can be!

College is a thrilling and life-changing period in your life. It's a time where you'll forge friendships that last a lifetime, uncover your true passion, and get a taste of a unique culture that's exclusive to a college campus. So, don't be shy! Jump right in, strike up conversations, participate actively, and squeeze every drop of joy from those precious four years.
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Ka’s Answer

Assuming that you will be living on campus, college can be the bridge between living at home and being out on your own. You're not under daily parental supervision and you don't have the responsibility for some of the mundane tasks i.e. cooking your own food.

As other people have advised, join the various clubs that align with your interests. Only warning I have is don't overcommit. Don't join 10 clubs. Manage your time wisely between school and extracurricular activities. Also, build in buffer time in your schedule as you will get distracted as you can have 24 hour interaction with your friends.

You will meet a lot of new people. Be open to being friendly to everyone. I learned a lot more from my social interactions than my academics.

All the best.
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quintavius’s Answer

college can be different to many people in many different ways. My freshman year was fun and i had some of the best times of my life. However, some of my fellow classmates said it was the most stressful time of their college years.Depending on the school and surroundings, i think you will have to adapt one way or another. People will be coming from all over the country so you will not be alone when it comes to felling left out. My one thing i can say is to meet as many people as you possibly can, join school activities and stay active. your college freshman year will fly by.
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