WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM OTHERS
Being open to the ideas of others when starting on a new path in life is usually good advice. Current seniors who are taking steps to apply to colleges are embarking on a new path in life. This is stressful for most students, but students with disabilities can find the process even more overwhelming. Listening to the suggestions of others who have experienced the transition to college can help prepare students for what is to come, and to be well informed about what is ahead. Getting helpful advice about what to look for on a college campus, how often to visit home, and how to decide what and how many classes to take are just a few of the many decisions awaiting college freshmen. This article does a great job in offering helpful advice to students making the transition to college. I love his suggestion about taking one fun class each semester. Check it out and see what you get out of his advice.
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