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I knew beginning college would be the start of a new life Coming here to Alcorn is all that I expected it to be and more Besides the parties and the many organizations college life here at Alcorn has so much to offer In college I expected to acquire and deal with new things Such as becoming more independent staying up late studying and having to work harder than I had done in high school These are a few examples of things I was expected to go through in collegeMy first year of college was definitely a new experience for me I knew leaving home would result in me being more independent When I say this I mean such things as waking up on my own cleaning up my own space and making sure all my work is done correctly and on time Being dependent on me I learned to expect the unexpected I knew I would have to make good decisions and become a good leader I also knew I would have to refrain from all bad habits As I expected being in college involves having to spend late nights studying In my opinion this is the hardest thing about college I have experienced many sleepless nights and headaches However I do know that all the sleepless nights and headaches will eventually pay off in the end If I continue to study I know that I will receive many benefits and experience many rewards There is a big difference between high school and college In college I have to work harder than I did in high school In high school the work was a lot less challenging In high school we also had more help from the teachers I was pretty much treated like a baby in high school That is not the case here in college Here in college nothing is handed to me I have to put forth a huge effort
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