Wow, I can’t believe that this year is already over. This has certainly been a year full of many ups and downs full of new experiences, new friends, and new adventures. Looking back, I am amazed at what transpired over this past school year.
The fall semester was really difficult for me, it was not an easy transition. But once I got the hang of it, the spring semester became a lot easier for me. I became a lot more involved on campus and began reaching out to new people.
This coming fall, I plan on living on campus and continuing my involvement with the speech and debate team in addition to working and my classes. One piece of advice that I have for anyone entering college is to not take on too much at once. I was over enthusiastic about transferring to a university and realized that I was not able to handle it all.
Thank you to those who have helped me this past year, I wouldn’t have been able to make it through without you. Thank you to my readers who have been following my blog, I hope that I was able to help you in some way or another. And thank you to God who has given me the strength to persevere and make it through to the very end.
Summer is here and I am ecstatic to start going to the beach on a weekly basis and venturing to the library. Tata for now, see you in the fall!
It’s finals week and everyone is dreading it. Summer vacation is just around the corner and this week couldn’t go by any slower. Graduation is on Saturday, everyone wants to get home to their families, and yet the one obstacle standing in the way are finals. So how can finals week go by a little bit smoother?
1. Plan it out.
There is nothing worse than not knowing what finals you have and being unprepared for them. Set up a calendar and schedule your time accordingly.
2. Don’t procrastinate.
Time will go by fast so make sure that you don’t waste your time because your time is valuable.
3. Set up a study group.
Study groups are a great idea, especially when you need to bounce your ideas off of others. You can even create a group study guide which will help you for the final.
4. Make some time for yourself.
But not too much time. If you find yourself about to explode then stop and take a short break. Go for a walk, drink some tea, do something that makes you relax. If you are tense and stressed out then it will be difficult for you to focus.
I hope that everyone will have a god finals week, best of luck to everyone!