Expect_Freshman_Year.doc - What to expect your freshman year of college By EducationQuest Foundation Be prepared to make adjustments during your

Expect_Freshman_Year.doc - What to expect your freshman...

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What to expect your freshman year of college By EducationQuest Foundation Be prepared to make adjustments during your freshman year of college, especially the first semester. Here are challenges you may face. New experiences, new friends. It may be difficult to stay close to your high school friends because they no longer share your experiences. You may also become homesick. To gain a sense of belonging, attend freshmen orientation activities, get involved on campus, and find a part-time job. Stay busy and meet new people! Less structure. You’ll go to bed later and get up later. You’re in class for a total of three to four hours each day staggered throughout the day. You’ll think you have plenty of time to study and will have an urge to procrastinate. Instead, use the time between classes to review notes and study. Lots of reading. Talk to any current college student and they’ll tell you the reading is
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