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Well it's good that you're enjoying your time. Keep up the fun and hard work. Also It's nice knowing that you don't mind your sister staying with you.I hope you'll both enjoy yourselves. And maybe you could make her transition to college more easier
My twin sister is also helping me in my transition and since dad is paying for our apartment for the next several years, my best friend who is my twin is staying with me and I am staying with her I couldn't see life without her I love her most of all
Cool, sounds like words of wisdom. But don't you think that most colleges are different and hence has different hurdles. For eg. Where I feel UTech falls down is that you can only have one true club because they are all on the same day and time.
Yes, each college will have its own unique stresses. For example, mine was built on an open plain and had frequent flooding problems.
Very true......I also liked the part about video games
Wow.....! Well you seem like you have a lot of experience. You should be able to use that wisdom to guide your kids and grand kids through college. Thanks for stopping by.
I am a senior professor...
Oh well that explains it........... :) maybe you could then give me some tips of how to win over my lectures so next time they're scrolling through my papers they'll see an A. :)
Indeed, what I would do is thoroughly understand the format that your college essays must adhere to. For example we require APA Format. Then I would adhere to that format completely and build your thesis/argument into that format...
Sounds pretty close to my story.....only I hope the tale doesn't end with them paying for it.
What do you mean? Who paying for what? My parents? No, I paid some of it.
My dad is retired Air Force, and the military is paying for our education (mine, my brother's, and sister's)
that's cool.......I don't know maybe it's because I'm from Jamaica, but I've always thought of the army or police force as a last option for a career. Thumbs up to your dad he's an every day hero.