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Life as a high school student was always enjoyable From the vigorous teachers to the troublesome freshmen running throughout the halls it was all so memorable The four years rushed by putting an end to a significant time in my life College would be the next step for me but thats a scary thought Every teenager thinks of themselves as independent which is a characteristic that is prominent in my personality Countless stories about the college life linger throughout the campus in high school the life of being independent the life as an athlete and the overwhelming workload as a student all come to mind The college experience is something that I have anticipated and looked forward to for years and the beginning of it all was approachingThe buzzing of my alarm clock shook me conscious my first day of college had begun Shortly after showering and getting dressed I headed off to my first class that morning The sun was shining bright piercing my skin like venomous bites from a colony of red ants as I made my way to class This walk to class would not be something that Id become accustomed to walking every day for my classesbut with the right weather its not so bad Every class that I had that day flew by in a matter of minutes it was all so fast Immediately after finishing classes I rushed back to my dorm for quick nap only to find out that soccer practice would be within the next hour Everything was happening so fast and all at once it hit me like a freight train The college life was everything I thought it was and more My days were completely jam-packed between soccer and school is free time just was not in my vocabulary The weekend was here and I couldnt have
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