My first college semester is over where I’ve enjoyed a much needed break. There were some roller coasters during the semester, but at the end of the day I passes all of my courses that I’m ready to face more challenges. I really thought that everything was going to be difficult, and trust me it will be once I get deeper into my college experience. However, nothing’s too hard if you work hard and smart. That’s what I plan to do next semester. To work smarter by seeking more help from available resources because I know the type of courses I’ll be taking will be difficult.
I’ve had a good time this first semester where I got to learn more about myself from doing a lot of assignments. I learned that I can make it in this world if I stay consistent. I would always go the MCTC Library to relax my brain while I do one assignment at a time. It seemed that the more organized and steady work I did the better results I got opposing to doing everything all at once. Taking my finals weren’t really a huge concern because I organized my study sessions where I was able to cover everything to get prepared. More importantly I believed in myself.
I knew I tend to get into habits as I study because hard work isn’t going to be completed in one attempt. It took me several times to actually get what I’m working on that I kept practicing my brain to the point where studying got more easier. It’s definitely not easy, but the more you do the less stressed you’ll be. People say that working alone isn’t always good, but it’s a great benefactor that people should try because there’s more focus so the brain can perform one task for success.
College is basically the best time to learn due to the fact that no one cares if you fail. It doesn’t matter if you take different types of classes. College is the time where it’s good to be different because you never know if you’re going to expect which is a good thing. I also realized that the decisions you make do have a greater impact for the rest of your life. I believe the decisions I made based on my studying did impact my life where I should expect my studying skills to get better.