Senior year is great. It really is. There are so many opportunities to have fun, get involved and simply enjoy yourself. Then February comes. It will be (if you’re anything like me) a whirlwind of scholarships, applications, deadlines, forms, money (or lack thereof) and a bunch of other things.
You will get sick and tired of hearing terms like “due dates,” “fees,” ”transcripts” and “letters of recommendation.” Then, just when you think you’re done, a whole new wave of scholarship competitions, interviews, job searches and craziness will hit you harder than it did the first time. Don’t get worried, though, because you will enjoy every bit of it. All of it is good; there are no bad decisions, only different ones.Tips for Success
So, with that said, here are my five tips for senior year that I wish I’d have followed and hope you follow.
I am enjoying many different activities inside and outside my school. College in the fall is the goal, but the destination is not quite clear yet. I do know what I want to major in, though.