22 College Seniors On Their Advice To College Freshmen

However, they are likely to give the most attention to your junior year grades and curriculum. Be certain that you are enrolled in challenging, yet realistic courses. Start working on a plan for the fall that will incorporate your class and homework schedules, extracurricular involvement and other activities. And when trying to gauge whether or not a school is right for you, nothing beats a campus visit.

Alternatively, hop in the car with some friends and tour some nearby schools after all, what summer is complete without a road trip.

successful in high school and college. This could include improving grades, study and homework habits, school attendance, test‐taking skills, and time management.

They were married in and now live in Roseland, New Jersey. David reached out on AIM and said he looked me up in the yearbook. We both went on to different college and stayed together — lots of driving up on the weekends to see each other. I was 23 and David was 25 , and a lot of people questioned that we were as young as we were, but having grown up together and going through regular teenage stuff and prom together, it was like we grew up and matured together.

They were married in and now live in Raleigh, North Carolina. The summer after high school, by August, we had broken up. We found each other on Facebook in but were both involved with other people. It got very intense very quickly when we were both single at the same time.