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An obvious goal of any college student is achieving success in college In order to be a successful student you have study the right elements learn how to utilize your time correctly and most importantly-you have to want to be successful Without one of these elements you can stop yourself from obtaining your maximum potential throughout your college life Just remember success is a choice and it is truly yours to decide whether you want it To obtain your maximum success there are three key points You have to be realistic allow you to try hard and have a goal that is capable of reaching Your goals should be challenging always allow yourself to strive for your maximum potential and nothing lower You have to be specific if you know exactly what you want then you are far more likely to achieve it Ever since I was young I have always wanted to have a job in the medical profession At first I wanted to become a Vet but that quickly changed after I went to shadow a doctor at our local pet hospital It is important that you research what you truly want to do because if you dont you might waste four years studying the wrong type of major By doing a summer internship this may help you decide what to do before going off to college My mother is an Occupational Therapist so this definitely played a huge part in why I chose a Major in Health and Human Sciences to study to become an Occupational Therapist In high school I often volunteered as a Special Education volunteer and I really enjoyed working with the kids I am the type of person that enjoys helping others so this would be the best job for me For me a good study environment would be in complete silence In order to do well on a test I have to be able to put forth
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