essay3 - Kerynne Tejada Eng 134-24 3 November 2010 Essay #3...

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Kerynne Tejada Eng 134-24 3 November 2010 Essay #3 Revised The Right Move When seniors begin their last year in high school, all that is going through their minds is what they have been waiting for since their first day as fresh meat: graduation. The thought of finally being done with the monotonous schedule of teenage life excites those who are ready for that next adventure out there. But are they really? Seniors forget about the next chapter that they have to live through. It is known to be one of the hardest; it is the step that opens them to what the world is really about. It’s college. Before seniors can decide what to do on their college applications, they must first make the most important decision of choosing where to apply. It’s like choosing what move to make in a chess game. If a player makes one mistake in choosing a wrong move, their whole game plan can go amok. Many questions flow through their head, mainly, on which college is the best for their future. The best way though is to always go where they can feel at home yet still have a
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ENG 134 taught by Professor Kirk during the Fall '06 term at Cal Poly.

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