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The scent is in the air of a new school year The smell of the Xerox machine ink and freshly sharpened pencils It is senior year to be exact Walking into high school posters plastered over every blank space in the hallways advertising college workshops application deadlines and scholarship money In the upcoming year a new chapter will begin and all the seniors will once again become freshman in college The only difference between both levels of education is that college has to be taken seriously There will be no fibbing about why homework is not complete or convincing a teacher to take a break for that hour and let the students read silently Private universities are so prestigious and challenging that spending hours on Facebook is the easiest way to get kicked out was the counselors favorite line when they were speaking to an AP class It was expected that everyone go away for college to some big university and work there hardest to make our school look great but what if we dont know what we want to do I asked myself is it worth it Going away spending so much money on a college because the school will offer me a used bed and frozen dehydrated food The thought about going away seemed like so much fun an adventure to maturity and responsibility but was that something I really needed to do in life College deadlines are coming up How exciting spending all my free time writing essays about what makes me a special contribution to a specific school that Ive only seen pictures of How can someone come remotely close to describing themselves in a 200 word essay with a time constraint Every application asks for an INTENDED MAJOR as a 17 year old how does anyone expect to know what they want to do for the rest of their lives The high school counselors offered career workshops but the
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