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Ashley England October 31, 2007 Nobody said it Was Going to be Easy College students face a number of pressures. Academics in college are much different than academics in high school. For instance, material that would take a year to learn in high school is taught in three months in college. Athletics are also an important but time consuming part of college life. Trying out for varsity sports requires lots of time and practice. Finally, peer-pressure can play a large role in the
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Unformatted text preview: success or failure of a college student. The pressure of knowing what to wear and how to wear it can easily cause stress in a students day to day life. Its very difficult to be oneself when magazines, movies, and TV shows portray college students in such an airbrushed manner. In order to stay true to oneself and be successful in college, its important to keep your stress level down and find the time to do things that make you happy....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGLISH CO 101 taught by Professor Bick during the Fall '07 term at Mass Maritime.

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