A College Experience
Important part of life
College life a very important part of every individual’s life. We all are at a certain threshold after passing out from School. That’s when we have to take a very important decision. That’s regarding one’s career.school is a small institution. college broadens one’s horizon. It’s a bigger place. A broader platform to understand and prove ourselves. It’s a place where one is assumed to be an adult. Need to be more responsible automatically come in the way. It’s a place where we need to be a little more mature than how we were at school. It’s a place where we create a bigger foundation of our life. It’s a place where we find and create ourselves.
From my college experience, I hope to gain many things. Obviously college is a time that students can truly become individuals. When I attend college I will have the opportunity to become more independent and to take on new responsibilities. I have always relied on my parents for support, but at college I will be on y own an will have to push myself harder. This will help me to become more mature and will help me grow in character. Right now I have a fairly accurate idea concerning what I want to do with my life. Yet, I am also aware that I may change my mind several times before I begin a career. College will introduce me to new and various things, an I will develop new interests from this exposure. During my high school years, I have been very involved in school and community activities. In college, I will also be exposed to new clubs and activities. Involvement in extra events has provided a balance for rigorous course study. With the pressures college brings, I will probably!
l want to be involved in many groups. I hope to find a balance between my studies and my social life, and I hope to offer my leadership qualities to my college community.
5 Things You’ll be experience During College
1 . You will learn to value your friends
When you’re away from your family, your friends become your most important support network. These are the people you turn to on campus when something goes wrong but also when something goes right. They are the folks who will listen to you — complaining or gushing in solidarity with you. Hopefully, your friends will also be the ones to point out instances where you’re acting like an idiot — and you will learn to listen to them because their insight probably supersedes your own, in some situations.
You will also realize what it means to become fiercely loyal and protective of your friends — people can mess with you, but they better watch out if they try to mess with those close to you.
2 . You will make out with a terrible kisser ( or Two or Three )
Before you to get kiss Prince Charming, you have to go through a lot of toads, some hornier than others. During college, you will come to realize that not everyone kisses like a Fa bio whose lips have been well oiled with many years of practice. Sometimes, people kiss terribly (sometimes, otherwise perfect people kiss terribly, which is the worst shame of all). They will thrust their tongues down your throat in a misguided attempt to emanate sex appeal. They will slobber all over your chin. You will be able to smell their lunch on their breath. Summon all your willpower not to vomit in your mouth during each one of these less-than-perfect encounters and use them as opportunities to improve your own technique or as fodder for funny stories later on.
3 . You’ll be learn how to forgive people who have wronged you
This is perhaps one of the most challenging tasks we face in life, but it is one we begin to learn to cope with during college, as we become semi-adults and the way we treat other people becomes much more serious than before. Though it may not be necessary to forget our grudges, we will learn how to gradually forgive them rather than let our anger or pain eat away at us. We will begin to realize that one mistake (or even a dozen mistakes) should not tarnish someone forever in our eyes — that their actions only reflect the fact that they are just as flawed as we are.
4 . You’ll meet people who come from drastically different background then your own.
I went to a Jewish prep school for most of my life (which probably resulted in my love of Nice Jewish Boys and bagel brunch — I take bagel brunch very seriously). As a result, the kids I knew growing up came from very similar backgrounds. When I got to college, however, I started to meet people from all over the country and the world; being able to get to know people who come from backgrounds different from my own has been one of the most enriching parts of my college experience. Diversity is the spice of life, they say, and there’s no better place to discover that than in college.
5 . You’ll figure out (Somewhat) how to drink.
During high school, “drinking” probably entailed stealing your parents’ alcohol or begging your siblings to buy six-packs of Miller Lite from the gas station for you. During college, drinking is a whole other game. You will learn what it means to take a shot; more importantly, you will learn what it means to take too many shots. After the initial glamour wears off and you’ve spent one too many unproductive, hangover-crippled days in bed, you’ll begin to drink in moderation — well, moderate moderation.