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Every day I asked myself the same question am I going to graduate college What if it is too hard What if I do not understand anything Then I thought If I really want to succeed in college I better start doing something Reading more watching less TV and no longer hanging out with my friends are some of the things that I have changed in order to succeed in collegeSince reading has become one of my primary hobbies I have noticed a big difference in my intellectual development Reading has helped me mainly with my vocabulary It is amazing how many new words I have learned It has also improved my spelling which was horrible when I started to learn English Another important thing for me is that I can understand people easily however the best part about reading is that it helps learn new things which of course makes me smarter I usually read fiction books magazines some articles on the internet everything that catches my attention I recognize that I still have some troubles but I know that if I continue reading these will be soon just a memoryWatching less TV is other thing that I am doing to improve my grades I used to watch TV every single day every chance that I had instead of studying or doing something more productive I am not going to say that I do not watch TV anymore because I still do but I do it less than I used to It has not been easy It just like any other vicious that people cannot stop doing from one day to another But I am really trying in getting rid of this addiction so I can focus on my studies-Limiting the amount of time I spend with my friends has been the hardest change of all I still remember those fun days Going to parties shopping going to the movies I miss everything Now
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