4 edition of As You Go to College, I hope You Have This Knowledge found in the catalog.
September 20, 2003
by Xulon Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
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Unfortunately, the requisite knowledge listed by the author as necessary for college success is just as broad and vague as our current understanding/5.
As You Go to College to college.” “Go to class.” “Get an internship.” I’ve been collecting thoughts on education and self-education for my commonplace book for a long time. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that you’ll never see smart people repeat those tropes. In fact, they almost always say the opposite.
Hope CollegeBookstore. DeWitt Student Cultural Center East 12th Street Lower LevelHolland, MI P. [email protected] You might think that college is just high school continued, but it's not. College opens doors for you that high school doesn't.
You have four years to be irresponsible here, relax. Work is for people with jobs. You'll never remember class time, but you'll remember the time you wasted hanging out with your friends.
So stay out late. Go out with your friends on a Tuesday when you have a paper due on Wednesday. Spend money you don't have. Drink 'til sunrise. A college education will expose you to a wide range of subjects areas and will help you build a well-rounded knowledge base. You can choose classes that center around your interests or go after new subjects that you would like to know more about.
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I hoped you would be with people who were like-minded and that you would learn from those who weren’t. I hoped you would experience romantic love.
I hoped you would find a major that interested you and that you would figure out what the next step in your life would be. Through all of it, it was my hope that you would stay connected to us. At Hope CLU, after you take REN Communion with God, you will be allowed to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in choosing the courses you take for your degree, since He knows better than we do what knowledge and skills you will need to fulfill the plans He has for you.
Your book and your knowledge is amazing. Thank you for what you have done for mankind. i believe this is one of the plagues in the book of Revelations." it clearly states that there will be no cure and to use the leaf for thy medicine" which is what you have urged us to do in your book I.
The one thing I wish someone had told me before starting college is as soon as you realize you have been too trusting, get out. Don’t hope that the or reveal gaps in my knowledge. In Author: Moira Forbes. Succeeding in college is rather like succeeding in life. It’s really much more about you than it is about college.
So the most important place to start is to consider why you’re here, what matters to you, and what you expect to get out it. Even if you have already thought about these questions, it’s good to. When you are finally able to go after your own desires, you may find that all those experiences have built up reserves of strength and determination you never knew you had.
You know what you want (Part 2). Studies have shown that for the year old group, the encouragement of parents is a major factor of success in college. I hope you don’t get attached to wrong things or temporary things. I hope you understand that your journey doesn’t have to be like anyone else.
Your timeline doesn’t have to align with your friends. Your age doesn’t define what you should own or how much you should make or how many kids you should have. I hope you learn how to let go of.
I Hope This Isn’t Your Kid’s College Experience! Published by Wendy Nelson on Ma Be involved in your student’s college choice. You may have to be the “heavy” sometimes and say “we aren’t paying for you to do that.” Any financial backing you have promised can go a long way in steering your student to make a good decision.