Some of my worries and concerns about my senior year, are how fast it is going to fly by. With all of this stress I am currently feeling with college decisions, it seems to take up a lot of my time and thoughts. I am unsure if I am making the right decsion for my future.This whole college process is new for me and my famiy so, this is unchartered territory. I am the first child so not only is this completely new for me it is also new for my parents, and family.this year is going to be whatever I make of it and I want to look back on this year, years from now and not have any regrets. This year, I know is going to be bitter sweat because it is my last year of highschool, but at the same time it is a new and exciting begining. My past will always be with me no matter where the future takes me.
My worries and concerns about senior year revolve around college. I am nervous that I might not get accepted to my first choice school, my application will not be as good as I have hoped for, or my test scores are not high enough to receive a scholarship. I am also worried about not having enough time to do everything I have set out to accomplish this year, my rising stress level, and my grades, especially how much AP Physics is going to make my gpa drop. I am wondering now if I have bitten off more than I can chew with the schedule I have chosen for my senior year.
I am also concerned about leaving for college. I don't have any older siblings, so I don't really know what to expect. I am worried I will miss my friends and my family, and that the work load is going to be, what seems like, unbearable. There are also several questions that run through my mind like "will I make new friends?" or "what if I don't like my roommate?". I am always hesitant to try new things, but I have high hopes that I will have many good experiences that come with college.
My fears at this moment revolve around college applications. My biggest fear is rejection from colleges. I feel like I've worked so hard throughout highschool and it stinks to be told that you're not good enough. The constant evaluation and questioning of my past three years of high school is only stressing me out more and making me feel as if I could have done more.
My fears as I move through my senior year are not maintaining my GPA and not being successful until the very end. I want to continue my hard work and get good grades, but I feel challenged by my classes. As other seniors opted to take the easy classes senior year, I chose otherwise, and I hope I don't get pressured into "senioritis" because I can't afford to slack off. In preparation for college, I feel that I need to work even harder this year to be ready for the work load of college.
As I transition into college, I fear for the major adjustment. I feel that I am ready for the independence but I question my ability to attain academic achievement without as much "spoon-feeding" as there is in high school.
I guess i'm just worried that i'm not going to get everything done. I have so much I need to accomplish, not just for next year, but this year as well. I'm worried that I won't be able to finish everything. I'm struggling to find a balance between accomplishing the things that I have to do and and doing the things I want to do. I'm really trying to enjoy every minute of senior year, but it's stressful. Part of you wants to just have fun and experience everything, but the other part of you knows that you have to focus on academics and work. I can't wait for the adventures ahead, but there is still so many awesome things to come this year. Sometimes i'm scared that i'll be too stressed to really enjoy it.
In terms of college, i'm worried that I won't be able to get through it. I have so many hopes and goals for college. I'm scared that I won't follow through on them. I don't want to waste any opportunities. I want to make the most of it.
My worries for senior year and the transition to college are not getting everything done, choosing the right school, and not having "the best year ever." There is so much to be done during senior year. I have to visit schools, apply to them, write the perfect essay, keep my grades up, do senior pictures, get involved in things that I want to be a part of, have fun with my friends, and still have "me" time. I just feel like I'm constantly going to be stressed out and worried. I also feel a lot of pressure from my parents to go to a close by school that offers me a full ride. Money is the biggest concern for them and they keep telling me that I'm not allowed to take out loans, that I'm going to go wherever it's cheapest. But I feel like I've lost my say in my own decision. What about the college that I feel most at home at? I feel like they're making it like it's not my choice anymore, and that I'm being selfish for thinking that it is. Lastly, senior year is where all of the memories are supposed to be made. I'm afraid with all of this stress and pressure that I won't have any time to make awesome memories before I transition into my adulthood.
I have many worries/concerns for senior year and the transition to college. My worries for senior year are managing time and getting everything done and still having time to make this year a good one. There is so much to think about and make sure it gets done such as, college applications, deadlines, and all the school work senior year requires as it is. On top of that, all the academics, trying to manage work, extracurriculars, and being as involved as possible. I'm constantly thinking about my future and find myself overwhelmed and stressed because i'm just trying to accomplish all the stuff I have to do in the present. I feel almost as if senior year is my last shot to try to get the grades I want and my last chance to prove what kind of student I am especially because I feel I could have done better freshman year.
I'm excited to go off to college because it's a new chapter in life and it's something new and different. I'm definitely ready for a change. It's more independence and freedom in so many ways. You choose where you want to go, what you want to study, how you plan to spend your free time, etc. It's also going to be fun because you get to meet so many new people. While off at school it's all up to you how you plan to spend your college years. Your parents aren't there to help or tell you what to do. It's crazy to think about it sometimes though because it feels like high school flew by and senior year is already going by so fast. Overall, I'm just excited to go off to college and start my future.
My biggest concern with senior year at the moment is finding time to get everything done. Between school homework, college essays and applications, work, sports, and time with friends and family, it seems that I cannot and will not be able to do everything I want and need to. It really frustrates me because everyone always talks about high school being the "best years of our lives", but I don't have time to do anything besides schoolwork, college stuff and work! The problem with this is that it is already causing senioritis and I don't want to fall into that trap because it will ruin everything I've been working for.
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My biggest concern with the transition into college is not being able to keep in touch with my friends from high school, or going to a college that I end up hating. Of course it is exciting to think about being at college in less than a year because high school is getting pretty boring because we're all so used to doing the same thing every day. All I can hope is that I pick the right college for me so that I can be successful in everything I do.
My biggest concern about senior year is being takeover by senioritis and becoming lazy. Since I have worked hard my last 3 years I don't want this last one to ruin my academic reputation. Im also concerned that I might fall into a groove of just doing the minimal amount of work that it takes to get by.
For college I am concerned about the added responsibility. Since no one will be forcing me to go to my classes I will really have to focus and make sure that I don't skip a lot of classes. Also the freedom to go and do whatever I want may cause me to loose sight of why I'm really there, so I will need to keep that in mind.
My main concern about my senior year and transition into college is finding the perfect college. I have visited so many colleges but yet nothing stands out as being "the one". I have found myself researching colleges every night just to find one that meets my wants and needs. When I do choose a college I don't want to regret my decision. Another concern that I have at this moment is how to balance my work senior year and the application process. Just last night it came down to whether I should study physics or complete my common app. In most cases I would choose to study for my senior year courses, but college is one of the most important events in life. Should I study classes now for senior year or should I plan for my future? It is a very fine line to walk on and as of now I have been able to balance both sides, I just hope that it stays that way. I hope and pray that I can find the perfect college that makes both me and my parents happy and that I can balance senior year work with the hectic application process.
m most worried about the transition into college. I've never liked change so the transition to college is going to be a challenge. I'm scared with where I'm going to apply, and if i will get into the college that I strive for. I want to meet new people, and I want to feel accepted in college. Have an amazing time, and actually turn my life into something that I love to do. All of this change is what scares me the most. I don't want to take the first step towards college.
The major concerns I have for my senior year are balancing academics, extracurricular activities, and the college application process. I want my senior year to be fun and rewarding. However, high school has essentially been mounting in pressure. This year is the culmination of all my work the past three years. I have concerns that I will not succeed in obtaining acceptance into any of my dream universities. Although these concerns will linger with me the entire year, I know that if I take the process one day at a time I can ensure that I enjoy my senior year experience.
In relation to the transition to college, I am most apprehensive about starting over. I plan on attending a university with the possibility of being the only student from NDCL. At the same time, I must control the butterflies in my stomach and channel the energy into harnessing social capital as well as creating lasting relationships. One thing I know for sure is that I must be comfortable with who I am and must be able to remain who I am in even unfamiliar environments as I continue to grow and discover my role in the world.
Along the way, I plan on keeping my faith as my rock, always inside me and ever present in my decision making. With Jesus as my friend and a firm belief in God, I am confident that everything will work out. Offering all up to God is where I must begin.
One of my biggest worries about senior year is if it will get any more stressful. Its so hard balancing school, work, and worrying about college. Coming into senior year i thought it would be so much easier than the previous years but i was wrong. I really hope it starts to turn around because i really want to enjoy my senior year, after all its our last year in high school. One of my biggest concerns about college is how well I will adapt to it and being away from my parents. Not having my parents to come home to every day is one of the scariest thoughts. Also I hope i will be able to keep in touch with my friends and stay close with them.
My biggest worry/concern about my senior year is being able to balance everything in my life. I've been told many times that this is the best time of my life, but I disagree. In fact, I'd describe this as the most stressful time of my life. I can barely handle my regular school work, then adding in college applications, essays, and visits its just too much. And that's not including work, my social life, and family time. It's very difficult to have all of that on my plate and I can't help but think that I'm not going to be able to get it all done. Especially by a certain deadline.
As for my transition to college, I think I'll be just fine. Once I get the applying process out of the way, and patiently (and nervously) await my answer, there's nothing left to be other than excited. I can't wait to be independent and live my life according to me, not my mom or dad. I'll definitely miss everyone but at the same time I will be making just as many, if not more, new friends. It will most likely be hard at first to get used to not seeing my usual friends or family every day, but that's how everything starts off and you get out what you put in. So as long as I'm positive and open minded, I can conquer anything.
My only worry for college is that I fear I'll miss my cats too much.
My worry for senior year is that I'll get so fed up with NDCL and the people that I'll botch the entire year. Stop trying. Give up. Start getting in trouble. I can feel my limits being pushed. I feel so constrained at this school all the time. I just need to get through these next 8 months.
Don't stress about missing your cats at college, Mikayla. Webcams these days are fairly inexpensive, so you can facetime/skype your cats when you're away. Plus, cats are nocturnal so if you're ever up really late studying you can skype them then because they'll be awake. Meow:)
My main worries and concerns about senior year is that i won't be able to keep my grades up and my stress will keep getting worse. Stress is already at an all time high with trying to do my best on all my homework and tests, maintaining a social life, working on the application process, and looking at all the different colleges. My main concerns about college are that I won't be able to live without my mom and I'll miss my friends too much. I'm concerned that without having my core group of motivators in my life, I won't try as hard or I'll be unhappy. I worry that not having my best friend to cheer me up when I'm stressed or help me when I'm lost, I'll be overwhelmed and ultimately not perform my best in classes.
My concerns/worries for senior year are keeping on top of my school work. It feels like teachers are really piling on the work this year and I'm already struggling to get everything done. With the transition to college I'm worried that people won't understand my personality. The friends I've made over the past 4 years really understand every aspect of me. Even though I know they will be there for me in the end, I'm going to miss them a lot. Also people say that college is really difficult so hopefully I can adapt to the new learning styles each professor has and excel as much as I possibly can.
My main worry about senior year is that i will prevent myself from having the best experience. I beleive that one of the biggest challenges in someones life, especially in high school is that we prevent ourselves from experiences that our own personal problems or concerns may stop us from doing. A lot of times you may want to do something but self esteem or past experiences may hold you back from what can be an amazing experience. Therefor my main concern is that i will prevent myself from sucking all of the fun out of this year. I know in order to do this i must over come my past and have mor faith in myself and i beleive this will come in time.
The concerns that I have for transitioning from high school to college is that I will get into the school of my choice. That I can afford the school that I would like to get into and that I can have all the majors I would like to study in college. I think that if I plan all my work out I will do fine with the work I just cannot procrastinate in school do work as it is assigned to me. I hope everything just works out.
My biggest fear is that my senior year will go by to fast and i wont have time to stop and enjoy it. I really want to make this year the best and I don"t want any school work to hold me back from having fun. I am nervous to go off to college and be away from my family. I am the oldest so it will be a whole new thing for not just me but for my family too. I am also nervous about prioritizing right in college and keeping up the perseverance to keep up my grades. also I am nervous for making new friends and adjusting to a new place.
I have some worries in reguards to college and like anna said it has to do with college. I feel like I am not doing enough to prepare. I feel like i can be doing more. I also worry that I will let myself down. I have worked my butt of to get ot this point adn what happens if one little mistake i make ruins me. I porbably won;t be to that extreme but still it oucld happen
Sports related senior year worries probably have to do with living up to the big name i have set up for myself. That may sound du,b but trying to out do what I did last year is going to be tough, but i am not necessarily worried about it.
In terms of my transition to college i am worried about going from a place i knew so many people to a place i hardly know anyone. I am really excited for college becasue i will get to explore who i am, but thier is still that nagging in the back of my saying its different, your going to change and i thats what i am a little worried about
What I'm most worried about in regards to my senior year and the transition to college is that I will have difficulty staying motivated after I'm accepted. I can see how easy it might be for me to not try and do just enough to get by, and once I transition to college I might not be able to shake that.
My bigest worry about senior year is that I am not worried. And because i am not worried things might not get done. I fear that my lack of stress will come and bite me in the butt when i need to make last minitue decisions.
My biggest worry about the transition to college is that, once again, I am not to worried about. So I feel like when it does come there might have more i could have done to prepare.
For my senior year I have many concerns, but my main concern is that it will go way faster than I would like it to. I want to enjoy my last year here at NDCL with the group of friends I have become so close with these past years and I don’t want to feel like we missed out on anything. I also worry that the only college I hope to go to will not accept me and then I won’t have the desire to go to my back up school.
The transition into college will probably be very hard for me. I am not so scared to live on my own, but more nervous to leave everything I know behind for long periods of time. For the past 4 years, I have seen the same people every day and it will be weird knowing that’s not how it will be anymore. Here at NDCL I have made some of the best friends in the world and met so many people who have made some sort of impact on my life. It will be hard for me to meet new people since I am usually reserved and not very open with those I don’t know well. I also worry about not seeing my family all the time, although I will enjoy my independence, they are my biggest supporters and always there when I need them. I am the most emotional and sensitive person in the world, so I know when it comes time to leave my friends and family I will take this harder than a lot of people.
My concerns about my senior year is how fast it is going to go by and how im not going to be able to do all the things that i want to do this year. My other worries are that im not going to be able to go into my first choice school or my second choice school and that my college applications isnt going to be good enough for any colleges. My other worries about college is how im going to be leaving my family and my friends also im worried that im going to make new friends this year and have to leave this year when it comes to going to college
My main concerns'worries for senior year are excelling in school while balancing college applications, friends and family. I am so worried that i will end up doing poorly in my classes because of all of the stress that I am dealing with this year so far. At the same time, I do not want my whole senior year to be about school 24/7. I can already tell that this year is going to go to fast and before I know it, I will be graduating. I am so stressed out with trying to choose the best college for me and also trying to figure out what I want to be when I am older and what paths I will be taking in the near future. With highschool flying by, I don't want to miss out on activities that will create great memories. I am most worried about leaving my friends after this year. Sure we will still be friends and keep in touch, but I won't be able to see them every single day, and that for me will be hard. I really want to make senior year a year to remember. A year that I will look back on and be able to smile at all that I have accomplished, but also what fun I had along the way.
My biggest concerns for college include adapting to that kind of learnign environment. I have alot of confidence that NDCL has prepared me well enough to be able to handle the work, yet I am still nervous. I am also nervous about living away from my family. Something about leaving my family just bothers me. However, I know that this is all just part of life and will help me to mature into hopefully a successful young woman.
Well...I don't even know what I'm NOT worried about.
I was never a fan of change. I like to know what i'm getting into, but now, I have to decide something so big, I'm afraid I'll make the wrong choice. I'm terrrifed by the fact that I may not get accepted where I want to, or what I want to do with the rest of my life. MAybe I won 't be able to figure that out. I don't want to leave close people behind, and I don't want to be forgotten.
I constantly ask myself: How much money will I have to sacrifice? How will I get along with tons of new people? I could probably stress myself out a bit more and keep adding to this list, but it's not going to help me out much.
My worries about senior year isn't that i won't get everything done but that i'm not pleasing everyone. I'm going to John Carroll to stay close to my sick grandma and to keep my mother sane. I worry about the fact that i don't care about myself and i'll be pushed to my limits and do something stupid. I have no motivation to do absolutely anything school or college related. I go to school, i sleep, i go to work and then i go home and attempt homework but i really don't care if it doesn't get done. i've always been a good student till this past year. i've given up and that's what worries me. i don't even want to go to college to be honest. but that's not an option. my parents work too hard for me not to further my education. i fear that i'm putting more on my plate than i can handle. between school, working, and multiple retreats and lifeteen related things, as well as a social life, i just want to be there and please everyone else instead of taking the time to make sure i'm okay. i'm not scared to go to college. it's just another phase in my life. i grew up too fast and take on so many responsibilities that it doesn't worry me living on my own. i practically do it now. i'm already considering renting an apartment my first year and i'm going to continue to work through school.
i'm worried that senior year isn't going to live up to what everyone says it is. that this first semester couldn't fly by fast enough because it's stressful and annoying. i'm worried that i'm making all the wrong decisions.
This year, I am worried about many different things. I am worried I will not pick the correct college, and I am also concerned about what to expect in college. As a senior, I am also very worried about trying to balance academics with sports as well as with my job. It is extremely stressful because I try to fit in studying, work, relaxation, and sports into my free time and I usually end up not getting enough relaxation. I am also concerned about making new friends in college. I hope I will find a crowd that shares similar values and beliefs as me. Finally, I am concerned about the college selection and application process in general because I am still unsure of which college I will attend, even though I have a list in mind and have made some visits.
This posting about moving on to college reminded me of a quote from the Bible, so I thought I'd share:
"...Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9
My biggest worry for my senior year is wasting it away and not taking the time to enjoy it. While I want to continue to do well in school I also don’t want to get caught up in grades and miss enjoying my last year at NDCL. I want to try and find a balance between maintaining my GPA and having fun with friends.
Another worry I have is choosing the right college. I’m scared of making the wrong decision and ending up unhappy. Most of my older cousins and friends found the school that was right for them by having an “aha moment” meaning they walked onto the campus and just knew that it was the place they wanted to spend the next four years. This past summer I visited a lot of schools and didn’t have an “aha moment” with any of them. None of them really stuck out in my mind so I really have no clear idea of where I want to go. I just hope that eventually I find somewhere that’s the right fit for me and that makes me happy.
The fear of God is in me so not really worried. I'll go on as I have all 4 years to this point. Stressing myself out about college acceptance is out of my control I can't do any more or less to get accepted. hakuna matata
My main fear about senior year is that so many changes will be happening in such a short period of time. I scares me to think in less then a year from this very moment, I will be in a strange, new place, surrounded by hundreds of kids' I've never meet before, with piles of heaping homework looming each day, and no one to turn to. I just am afraid of the life I have now being torn from me.
My biggest worry with the actual transition to college is not only choosing where to go, but getting myself to actually not procrastinate. I'm a procrastinater to the max, so the thought of having a professor that doesn't even care if I don't show up to class is going to kill me my first year.
My concerns for senior year include maintaining good grades and making time for all the extra stuff I have to do to apply to colleges. Also, there are lot of decisions to make and i find it a little intimidating. As I transition to college, I'll be leaving some close friends behind and possibly my family - and I worry that I'll be lonely, at least at first. Depending on where I go, I may have to find a new piano teacher and I really have made good progress with my current teacher. Overall, I think it will be an adventure, but it still makes me nervous - so I try not to think about it too much.
One of my major concerns regarding senior year is being able to maintain my GPA. Senior year, by far, has been the most challenging academically and certainly the most stressful. I constantly try to push myself to do my work to the best of my ability, yet I feel like my grades do not reflect the immense amount of effort I put in. Because of this, I’ve become extremely frustrated with myself as I feel like no matter how hard I try, I still will not earn the GPA that I am striving for. I fear that colleges will see that my grades may not be as high as past years and they will think that I chose to slack senior year when in all actuality I’ve tried harder than ever before. This of course causes me to worry that I will not be accepted into my first or second choice school. I am also very nervous about the college application process. While I have a good portion of my applications finished, I feel as if I don’t have any time to actually complete them between schoolwork and extracurricular activities.
Personally, I’m not too worried about transitioning into college. While I am a bit nervous about getting into my first or second choice school, I am more excited to start a new chapter of my life. I am slightly afraid that I will choose the wrong school or not be able to attend the school of my choice because of financial matters. But, overall I am looking forward to college because I will be able to study a major that I am truly interested in that will prepare me for my future career.
My worries and concerns about senior year are actually just transitioning to college, revolving predominantly around the college applications and in the end the decision for what I believe will best give me a chance at a satisfying and steady career. I’m worried that I’m also not independent enough to live on my own without anxiety and that my bad habits in dealing with both will just continue throughout college.
biggest worry for senior year is that it continues the way it's going now. i dont think ive ever been so stressed. if im not staying after school for 2-3 extra hours doing sports or getting physics help then im in school an hour before it starts getting help in another class or trying to plan out events for student council. i've never been so stressed or frustrated & on top of the thousand other things i have to keep up with, i'm attempting to just keep my grades above C's in every class.
that being said, thinking about college and next year how everyone says that it's ten times worse, makes me cringe. my family is trying to grow closer to me and make memories with me in this last year im at home but at the same time i dont even have time to sit with my parents at the dinner table and just talk to them because im too consumed with my school work. i barely get any sleep anymore and weekends are the only times i can calm down.
so, my biggest fear is that this year won't get any better and that college will simply be a repeat of how i feel now
Some of the worries and concerns I have about this senior year are trying to keep up my academics. I feel like my class rigor has increased this and I am concerned i will not be able to keep up with the expectations I have. Also I am concerned that I will lose some of my close friends while we all move onto college, I have shared great memories with them and do not want to lose them
My biggest fear about college is that I'll never find the college that I love. So many people have told me about their "ah-ha!" moments, meaning that they found the college that they love and that they knew the moment they stepped on campus that they simply HAD to go there. Honestly, does that really happen? Like come on, I've visited so many colleges and haven't found the one that I love so so much that I just need to go there. I just don't want to be stuck somewhere I hate or somewhere that I just don't care for. College is your home for the next 4 years or however long you plan to go there. I don't know about you but I surely don't want to go somewhere I don't feel comfortable. I don't know what college to choose. I'm just applying to several that I've visited and that interest me. After applying when it comes to deciding I have no idea on which one I'd choose because I just don't have a favorite. I hope that when I go on a few more college visits that I will find a college that I fall in love with.
I'm worried about being serious this year and in college. Already this year, I'm falling behind in schoolwork and not really caring about what I'm doing. College will be so much harder - millions of essays and tests and such. It just really makes me nervous thinking about it. I've always had anxiety problems, and I feel like they'll just worse in college. I've never had any time to relax, and my body and mind are starting to feel the effects. I'm exhausted, stressed, and worn out. I don't let my stress show, which is equally as tiring.
I really just want this year to end.
The thing I worry about the most going through this senior year is that I will focus to much on school and the uncertainty ahead, that I forget to have fun this year. I don't want this year to go by without trying to make the best of my last year here. I am also nervous about what colleges I get into and the kind of people I will meet wherever I go. And the usual nerves of just changing the routine and haveing to transition into something new.
My concerns with the passage of this year are strongly centered in the direction of social issues. Academics and time management will obviously be a struggle as they will for all of us, so I keep that in mind as well. But, if you go around this school, it is my hope at least that I have a good reputation and am well-liked. But, never in my life have I ever been able to say that I can find true comfort and acceptance at school, perhaps for reasons that I manufacture myself out of fear or low self-esteem. I never do anything outside of school with friends whether it's parties on the weekends or movies on Friday nights. Never had a girlfriend either. Just nothing.
Really, what I'm trying to say is that I am afraid that this year and college will just be like all the rest of my years, where I'll try to say I'm happy with people, but not really feeling as confident and secure as perhaps I put out there. I want to say that other people feel as I do, yet, I am plagued by the seemingly-tangible reality that I simply cannot establish a real social connection to find some strong friends or a girlfriend as everybody else can.
Maybe this is mostly just angst talking. But, if other kids feel as anxious, withdrawn, and just plain confused as I do, I wish that I could see that. Of course, though, I am not asking for anything but counsel.
I've got a lot of fears this year. Some of them I didn't think would be fears until I got here. I'm afraid of leaving my family before I'm gone. I haven't had a conversation with my mom in the last month that didn't end in a fight. It's because we are each going through our own hells and we don't know how to get through them. I'm afraid that I'll lose my relationship with my mom and she means so much to me. I know the only way I can get back to the relationship we had is if I figure out the storm in my life and right now that's just hard. With all the talk about values and what we stand for I'm afraid that I don't know. I'm afraid to have those values tested and just fall apart. I'm the oldest in my family and i want to be an example to my brothers, and my little cousins, and now my goddaughter and i don't know if I'm the right person for the job. I'm afraid that I won't be true to myself, I'll lose my relationships and I won't know where to go. As much as i want to leave this small town I live in going away to college just doesn't feel right. Like i know i have to but I don't know if now is the time.
My only worry for senior year is staying motivated and on top of all of the things that need to get done. There are so many things I have to do and all sorts of deadlines. I have trouble staying organized as it is. And now with school work plus college applications, essays, and visits, I just do not know how to manage my time. Another worry I have is getting into a good college. I did not do as well as I would have liked in high school so right now I'm just hoping for the best. The transition to college is going to be difficult for me. I need to be 100 times more responsible than I am now. This is the year I need to get my priorities straight and become less dependent on my parents.
My biggest fear about senior year is that everything will go by too fast. It's already September, but it still feels like I started school yesterday. I'm afraid that if I don't find a way to balance my school work, my wonderful job at McDonalds, and my friends that I'll miss out on some of my best high school memories. Everyone who has graduated from NDCL has said that senior year is by far the best. I want to be able to look back next year and not regret any of the choices that I make and to live without regret. I'm not really worried about college. Yes I know it's going to be scary to be out on my own but I know that no matter what happens I'll have my friends and family to support me. It's sad to say but I'm ready to start a new chapter in my life. I want to be able to take everything that I have learned from NDCL and from my own personal experiences to start life out on my own and to figure out God's plan for me.
My biggest concern about senior year is that once I move on to college I am not going to be able to keep in touch with all the people I met in high school. I have met some incredible people in high school and I want them to remain in my life. I guess the thing I am most scared about for college is meeting new friends. I have never had trouble making friends, but I just want to make sure I make the right friends. I don't want to get caught in the wrong crowd of people. I am pretty confident in the college experience, but I just need to make sure I keep my priorities in line and focus on what's important. I just hope I can continue to move on with my life and be able to have a good future.
My top concern with senior year and the transition to college is maintaining solid grades throughout the year, which is an inevitable concern. I'm also concerned about baseball season. Making the team, time management, how well I play, while worrying about which colleges would possibly take an interest in me. My last concern is enjoying my last year of highschool, which is already going by fast in my opinion. I'm hoping for lots of friends, lots of involvement, and lots of good memorys to look back on once I'm gone.
Well first off, I can't even think straight to begin with so I'm not even sure what I'm worried about at the moment. I'm too busy trying to figure out what's going on in the moment to even realize what I'm anxious for. I'm trying to rush and get all my stuff together: homework, college apps, college essays, extracurricular activities, student leadership etc. I don't even have time to pause and enjoy these moments. Everything is so rushed and hectic. I'm worried that at the end of senior year, I won't be able to look back and cherish all the memories because I was so busy getting through my busywork. This is supposed to be the "best year ever," and I'm worried that at graduation I won't be able to say that.
As for transitioning to college, well I need to pick one first. Then there's the trouble of finding a roommate and making news friends and the whole 9-yards of high school over again accept I'll be an adult. Plus I'm worried about my major, because all the colleges I'm looking at have to do with my specific major. What happens if in a year and a half I don't want to study that anymore? Switch to a different college and the whole process starts over again? Just thinking about all these possibilites ahead of me gives me a headache. I'd prefer to ignore the whole situation and just focus on one day at a time, but that doesn't fly well with my counselors or parents. I guess the whole idea of thinking about college worries me.
Right now I don't feel super stressed out about college or getting so many things accomplished this year. I don't know why i haven't been really worried and that kind of scares me because I feel like I am either overlooking something important or just not motivated. I fear that i won;t get motivated or really excited about a college. I fear that if I do get set on one school then some unavoidable obstacle will come up that prevents me from going there. Even though it is exciting that for the first time in my life I have no idea where i will be one year from now that only puts more pressure on my decisions in this time in between. I can't help but fear that my anticipation of disappointment will come true.
I have many concerns about college and senior year at this point in time. My first worry is that I won't pick the right college. Ive visited about 5 colleges already and I really can't decide which one is the best fit for me. My second concern is that senior year is flying by and ive been so stressed with school and work that I really haven't had a chance to enjoy it. My last concern is that when I finally do go to college I wont be seeing my friends and family as much. Im so used to seeing friends and family everyday that it will be a tough transition to make.
My biggest worry about college is knowing if im on the right path to be as successful as i can be. Will I be taking the right classes to become a success in the real world? Will I have the strength to make the right decisions to keep me on the right path? I want to keep the right people in my life to make me the best I can be
I have many concerns and worries for the rest of my senior year and especially college. I'm worried about not knowing exactly where I want to go. I'm concerned with the fact that I don't know what I want to become. Scared of college rejection. Fear of rejection in general. Rejection of the students, society, environment. I wish I could just rewind to freshman year with the knowledge I attain now and just do as well as I possibly could and change around the decisions I made then, Also fast forward to the end of this year so I could finally relieve myself from all this stress and decision making and finally finally be certain and comfortable about my decision, for once.
I have many concerns about senior year and the transition to college. I'm worried about finding the perfect fit for the next four years, truly finding out what I want to do in life, and making the best of this extremely important year. I am concerned about succeeding academically, I do not want to see myself fail after having done so well, and put in so much hard work over the past three years. I am also worried about keeping friendships strong over this year, and into the college years, along with figuring out the right/wrong time to start new relationships. Above all, I want to surround myself with the best friends possible, work to the best of my ability, and find a way to succeed in the things I love doing, while keeping up with schoolwork.
My main worry about the transition from senior year to college is the fact that i may not have enough money for college tuition. A lot of my college money has been spent on NDCL tuition so if i do not receive a scholarship, i will be out of luck. I do not really have any other concerns because i am just taking the year on one day at a time. Which reminds me that I have physics everyday. That is my true worry. That can really mess up my GPA.
One of my only concerns when it comes to college is being accepted. I am afraid that colleges won't look at how much I have improved and instead look at my worse years in the beginning of my high school career. Also I want to make sure I pick the best college that I'm going to succeed in, and that is going to help me.
A concern that comes to mind with my transition to college is not getting accepted into the college I want. I feel like I didn't take my junior year as seriously as I should have and now I'm worried that I could have screwed myself over for the aspects of my applications that seem most important. Honestly though, I really hope I don't just give up halfway through this year. I'm sure I'll get accepted somewhere so when I do, I wont be working to impress anyone anymore. It bothers me that basically the only reason anyone tries in high school is to earn imaginary points which add up to imaginary point. (Wow, that's really weird! You get into college depending on intangible numbers and letters.) I guess I'm just following suit and complaining but I'm not really looking forward to the psychological challenge of sticking to my work this year.
My biggest worries/concern about my senior year and the transition into college is that i won't get into the college I want. I am also scared that I will get behind in school work and my professors won't help me as much as my high school teachers do. I am scared that I will catch "Senioritis" and give up on school before it ends. I'm worried my grades will drop and I will stop caring about school. I'm also afraid of leaving my family because we are so close. I think I am ready for college but without my mother and father's advice to stay on track, I'm scared I will fall behind in college. I hope my friendship with my brother and sister stays as strong as it is now because that is one thing I value the most in my life. I feel college will bring me closer to my parents, I'm just worried it will pull me away from friends, siblings, and extracurricular activities I like to do.
Also, I hope my roommate and I get along... and I hope i stay in touch with all of the friends I have made at NDCL, BUT also making tons of new friends in college. I hope people like me here, and do not judge as harsh as some high school students do today.
I don't have any worries because I already been through it 3 years ago as an exchange student. If there must be, it might be the concern about whether I can inspire myself to become a great person and bright future.
My biggest concerns about senior year are: i dont want to contract senioritis and slack off i want to continue to work hard even though the year will be comming to an end. My largest concerns about college is the dificulty of the courses i will be taking. I am going to be a pharmacy major and there is alot of chemestry involved. I hope that I will be chalanged but not go insane.
I am so excited that it is finally my senior year in high school! But I also have some worries about the next year ahead of me. I am nervous that I will get too stressed out over school work and applying for college that I will forget to enjoy the time I have here and with the people around me. I want this year to be great like everyone always says it is. I want to make memories and friends that I can always have. I am also very afraid of moving to a new place, even if it is only a college dorm in Ohio. I am very scared of moving. I think that will be one of the hardest things for me transitioning into college. Once I move in and am situated, everything will hopefully come naturally and I will be able to make new friends and make more memories that will last a life time. I am nervous that I will not be able to stand the amount of work that is given to me, but I am confident that NDCL has prepared me and I will be ready for anything that is thrown at me!
My main concern for the transition to college is how different everything is going to be. I have been around the same people since kindergarten at NDES, and people always say you are who your friends are. So, I guess my biggest concern is, that when me and my friends part ways to go to college, I'm going to lose myself in the process of losing my closest friends.
As far as senior year is concerned, I'm really not all that worried about anything. I'm just gonna try to make the most of it and do the best i can.
My main concern about the transition into college is that I won't be ready. In addition, I am still on the fence about how far away I'm willing to go. I want to go out of state and experience something totally different, and to really make this transition into the next stage of my life a big one... But I love my family and we are extremely close and I don't want to be that far from them as well. Especially as I am starting to face that my grandpa isn't going to be around much longer. In addition, I've reached this stage where I am so close and happy with the friends that I have made. And they have become part of my family, and my family loves them so much. I am afraid that when I go to college either they will forget about me, we will just lose touch, or I myself will become distracted with new relationships. The only thing I am really concerned about senior year is over working myself and taking to much on. I've already seen how all this stress is affecting my physically, and everything is piling on and is a lot harder than I thought it would be this year. In addition, I just find no time to work on my applications, and I am nervous that I am never going to get anything done.
Some of my concerns for senior year that it is simply going to go by way to fast. I still really don't feel like I'm a senior, yet we are already half way through our first quarter. Some other concerns are college applications. There is so much work already this year that visiting colleges and filling out all the information just adds to the stress. Another concern is getting the grades I need for the colleges I would really like to go to. Some of the are just so expensive and applying and getting scholarships will be a huge part of my success of senior year and transition into college. I feel like I need to leave the school with all my goals accomplished, it just seems that there is little time to graduate with everything done that I would like done.
My biggest worry about Senior year is that I look back in May and have regrets and am upset that I did not achieve everything. Three of my best friends graduated last year and each one told me that they wish that they could go back and relive Senior Year for a few weeks. With the stress of college applications and student council, I fear that I do not take enough time to enjoy the little moments that occur every day. We are already at mid-quarter and before we know it, we will be done with the semester. I also hold the common fear that I will not be good enough for certain colleges and that I do not pick a school that is good for me. As I progress on, I plan on taking in each moment while always unleashing the powerful ‘God Is Good’
My biggest concern about senior year is that it is just going to fly by. I don't think I am ready to say goodbye to all of my friends and the high school activities, like football games and homecoming. I made a lot of my good friends in junior year, so only really having two years together just isn't enough. Also, the whole college application and selection is already causing stress in my life. I am worried I will not find the right college or get into my dream school. As for the transition into college, I am concerned about the work load and time management. I am working towards being a student-athlete in college and I am afraid that I will get caught up in the mess of life and have trouble managing my time. I know I will get used to life in college, it will only come with some time.
My main concern senior year is definitely getting accepted into the college I want. I am pretty confident I will get in, but the fear of being denied is always there. I am also concerned that I will not be ready to leave NDCL. It feels like I have only been here for a short amount of time. I want to feel like I have truly been at NDCL for four years when it comes time to graduate. As for the transition into college, I feel like I am ready for the change and am prepared to succeed in college. My only concern is leaving my little brother alone at home, because, (whether he admits it or not) he needs me.
One of my worries about senior year is accomplishing things outside of academics. I know I'll go through the academics just as I've gone through it in the past. It'll get done, I'll do my best, and I'll move on. This will be the last year I bowl and play volleyball for NDCL. Half of me is worried that I won't live up to expectations in those arenas. The other half of me is trying to push me harder so that I more than exceed those expectations. I'm also just worried if I'll enjoy this year. With a more grueling schedule than ever, I feel as though I'll tie myself up too much in the academics and miss out on the social aspect of senior year.
With college, I'm mainly worried about being accepted to my top schools. I'm also worried about the independence I'll have at college. With no parents or teachers who know you well, I hopefully will keep on track all through college. Lastly, I'm worried that I may not like my major. Physics and the universe seems great and all, but what if I get through college a bit and just say to myself that I don't want to do it all? That'll be part of knowing who I am I guess.
My main concerns for senior year I would have to say is just to have the motivation to keep my grades up. Also I have the concern that I might change and may loose some of my close friends. My concerns for college are being able to transition into the lifestyle of college and feel outta the loop. My last concern about college is keeping in touch with my close friends that I made In grade school and highschool
my biggest concerns and worries for senior year are doing my college essays and applications and getting my transcripts and essays into my college in time, and finding a way to get all of this done and still do well in school. Another one of my worries is losing touch with friends this year as i work hard to prepare for college, and as i go off to college i worry about losing all connections completely.
As I continue to work through my senior year and prepare myself for college, I am faced with many concerns. Since I am taking many AP classes this year, I would like to continue to receive good grades. There are times that I worry that my grades will begin to slip because of everything I am involved in. I ride and work at my barn four days a week, I volunteer at a therapeutic riding center as well as a vet clinic, and I participate in many clubs at NDCL. I am also expected to fill out college, scholarship, and sports applications. All of these activities can reduce the amount of time that I have for homework. I wish that I could say that staying up past 2 am and waking up at 6 am is uncommon for me. I feel that I rarely have free time anymore. There are some days when I think that I should give one of my activities up, but I love all of them, and they all offer something of value to me. I feel that everyone expects so much of me, and I expect a lot of myself. I fear that someday I won’t live up to everyone’s expectations and will disappoint them. As I prepare for college, I also worry about making friends. People seem to claim that it’s easy to find people to befriend, but I’m not exactly a socialite. I am an introverted girl who rarely starts the conversation and often prefers to spend time by herself. There are many times when I feel that I just don’t fit in. Most others seem to wear different clothes, listen to different music, watch different shows, etc. Don’t get me wrong – I absolutely love who I am and what I do. I just wish that I could find more people who are interested in the same things that I am interested in. I also worry about college academics. I want to go to Cornell to study animal science and prepare to become a vet. This will take a lot of work. As aforementioned, I feel that I don’t have a lot of fee time already, so I can only imagine what the next 8+ years of my life will be like. I realize that this post probably makes me seem like a pessimist, but in reality, I am an optimist. While stress and schoolwork often take their toll, I work through it. I pray to God for spiritual, mental, and physical strength. I always try to think positively before major tests, interviews, and horse shows. While I do have many concerns about my future, I know that I will make it through my problems. I’d much rather live my life and take action than worry about what could be or what might have been.
I am very excited to make the transition to college and I think it will really be a great experience. I only have one concern when it comes to my senior year and that fear is that I will waste my final year in highschool being miserable and not having a good year. My first three years haven't been terrible but I wish they could have been better. I don't want to leave highschool regretting not getting enjoyment out of my final year.
My main concern this year is losing focus on work because its the last year of high school and letting all my grades slip and then not getting accepted into colleges. Beside that, i just want to enjoy my last year and then my only concern will be being far from my family when im away at college
My main concern going into senior year are grades and friends. I hope to maintain solid grades not just to get into college, but I also have a sense of pride in my work. I do not want to slip and have my GPA decrease as I believe this does not live up to my true potential. Secondly, I worry about friends senior year. I want to maintain solid relationships with them and hopefully continue this through not only this year, but life. I value my friends and consider them a key part in my life. On the other hand, my biggest fear when attending college is not being organized and slacking on my studies as I will not have people hounding me to do work as I do at home. If I can solve these issues than I believe I will be very successful in not only college, but life.
My main concerns for senior year are friends and grades. I want to keep my friends and to stay close with them throughout college. I also do not want to lose focus and work hard this school year even with sports. I am scared deciding what I should do in college, from what i should study to if I want to run cross country and track. These decisions are very stressful and I am worried I will regret one of my choices.
My main worry is that I won't be able to keep my grades up. Grades are important, especially when applying to colleges and therefore the grades must be as good as possible.
Another worry I have is the application process. For me, the process is stressing because this is what I will send to colleges and I want to do it the best I can.
One of my biggest fears of senior year going to college and leaving the people and places I love. Leaving my family will be hard because I have a good relationship with them. I am worried about getting too caught up in all the choices I have to make this year and not enjoying my last year in high school. I hope i can still be close with my friends when I go to college. Deciding on whether or not to play sports in college is also a decision I am worried about. I don't want to regret not playing a sport that I have since first grade. Also, choosing the right college is going to be hard. There are so many big decisions this year and I hope I make the right choices
My biggest concern for senior year is that it will go by way too fast and I won't be able to live it up like I want to. It's already going by really fast and it's making me want to cherish each moment even more. I'm so happy with everything in my life right now, and when I think about the fact that I only have a little less than a year to enjoy it, it makes me so sad. I know everything in my life will be completely different this time next year and that scares me so much. I am so excited to go to college and experience so many new things, I'm just worried I'll lose everything that I have now and I don't want that to happen. But I believe that if I makes the right decisions and go to God for guidance everything will work out like it should and I'll transition into college just fine.
I have many concerns about the transition from highschool home life to colloege just like everyone else. Its hard to think that in less than a year i will be on my own starting a whole new chapter in my life. I will have many new friends and teachers to talk to. but to leave eveyrthing I have been living with for my whole life is going to be far from where i am. i am worried to leave my family and to keep the same reputation i have now and have that when i come back. i am worried about my other friends going off by themselves also. My friends will remember me in some way and we all hope its in a good way. I am living without regret for that reason. I hope they have just as good of a time as I do and i hope for the best for myself and for them. i look out for everyone to stay on the right path and to achieve their dreams along with myself. This is why we attend the schools we feel we love. we will have confidence going into school next year because we have the chance to get another step closer to our dreams and goals each day. I hope to keep my mind straight on what i am really there for and that is to be myself and achieve my dreams.
I have a ton of worries and concerns about my senior year and the transition to college. I am scared that I won't do that well this year with my grades. I work hard when it comes to school but it never seems to be enough. For the transition to college I am more scared than I have ever been. The college subject freaks me out. I am so used to my life being how it is that I can't imagine anything else. College is going to be a giant step for me. Sometimes I don't even want to think about it. I have dreams and goals but I don't know what path I am going to take to reach them.
I have a lot of worries about this senior year. First off, I am very nervous about choosing the right college for me and then getting into that college as well. I am worried about leaving for college next year. It will be the first time when I am actually all on my own. I am worried that I will not be able to live up this senior to my full ability. I really want his to be a memorable year in my life. However, I am worried about leaving all of my friends. I am also worried about making new ones. I really want to stay in touch with my friends from high school but at the same time I want to meet many new ones as well. I lastly am worried about how well I will do in college. I really want to do well so that I can pursue the career that most interests me. In the end, I just hope I make the right decisions and follow God's plan for me.
My biggest worry about my transition to college is being able to manage my time well when I'm there. Right now I do a lot of procrastinating as it is, and in college I am worried there will be even more distractions as well as more work. I know i have to work on doing my homework and other responsibilities on time or even early and finding times when I can get alone and focus and my work.
Throughout my senior year, I worried about keeping up on my work. There's so much to do, and throughout this year, it seems we have less time to accomplish everything. There's much more added pressure with applying for college, and in a ddition to heavy course load I have, it's all so stressful. Including my extra curriculars just makes it that much harder, and I need to find time to relax and focus on me through it all.
Also, I'm worried about transitioning to college. Im worried I will lose a lot of my close friends, and it makes me sad just thinning about it. I also have a hard time adjusting to change, so I wish I didn't have to leave everything I know next year for school.
My main concern with my senior year is getting good marks, but that's only because it will effect the college I will get into. Other than that, my senior year has been going great, and I honestly never expected it to be so amazing.
College on the other hand both terrifies and excites me. I'm nervous that I won't get any of my applications in, or that my SAT and ACT scores are just far too terrible, or that I won't get into the school I want. These concerns just go on and on, but no matter the way I look at it, none of them have to do with missing friends or family. I feel like I do a fair job keeping in touch, and I also don't ever really feel detached from friends, also I'm decent at making new friends if I say so myself.
What I'm less comfortable in is my own educational abilities and whether my procrastination tendencies, lack of motivation to do work, and overall failure as the excellent student I SHOULD be, and whether or not that will come to haunt me in the very near future.
My true worries for senior year is getting into college. I feel that getting into college will begin my life process of being my own person. Transitioning into a true life on my own will be a hard process because I'm truly set on a college that none of my friends are going and even in another state. Senior year is only the beginning as I am preparing and find myself. Finding myself is also a worry of mine because there is a possibility of not being accepted. I feel I have come to a comfort zone in NDCL because I am always around people who know the real me, it will be hard to show brand new people who I truly am if me myself is not use to it yet. As these worries start to appear I still know that I have a great support system (God, my family, and friends).
My biggest concern about senior year is how fast it is going by. Its bitter sweet to think about going off to college in just a couple of months. On the positive side we will become independent and we will meet new people and live a whole new lifestyle. While on the other hand we are leaving our family and our friends behind which I think is the biggest concern of mine. The academic standpoint of college I think i can handle but my biggest problem will be missing the people ive grown up with, my family, and my friends.
My main worry about senior year is that I will not enjoy it enough. I want to concentrate on experiencing this last year and what it offers as much as possible. In the past it has always tended to be nothing but academics for me. My only concern about my soon transition to college is the change in pace. I don't want college to be slow, by any means, but I also hope I am well prepared for whatever coarse load is thrown at me.
Unlike a lot of people, I want this year to go fast. My worry is that it won't go by fast enough. I know where I am going to college, I know what I am going to do. I want to get there already and start the next chapter of my life. Another worry about that though is losing the friendships I have here back home. I don't want that to happen. Sometimes I wish all colleges were close to home so that all of my friends and I could go to the same college. I know I will make friends in college, I already know who I am rooming with. It is the fact of losing touch with the people I have grown up with that scares me sometimes. And not knowing how college it will change us.
I want this year to fly by. I will miss my new friendships I've established and fear losing them. I've met some great people in highschool and losing contact with them tears me up inside. I also fear what my relationship will be like with my roomate. I hope we grow to be possible bestfriends. I don't know. There's a lot of different things..
My major concern for senior year would be my art classes, specifically AP art. This is because i want tomajor in Art and I want my Portfolio to be nice. The only thing is that in order to do well i have to put a lot of work into it, and I know this can only end in stree. This i my main concern for senior year, besides that I'm ready to just breeze through this year and have as much fun as I possibly can in my last year in high school. I'm not really worried when it comes to the transition to college. I'm actually excited and can't wait to get away. Even though everyone says your gonna miss this, but I can imagine missing college when only coming home from breaks. These are my only worries for senior year.
This year, my biggest fear is not getting accepted into the colleges I want to go to. I really want to go to these colleges, and I don't want to disappoint my parents either. I'm also worried about losing friendships, with everyone changing. I'm not that worried about transitioning to college though. I'm very ondependent, and I'm prepared to be on my own.
I am most worried about trusting a new person, my roommate. I also am worried for all the independence that I will receive in a couple hours. I am also worried that I will not choose the right college and that I will regret it later in life. This year I want to keep the good things going, and to change the bad things.
My biggest concern about senior year is how fast it's going by and whether or not I'll maintain contact with some of the friends I've known for the last 12 years. I feel like they've played a large part in who I've become as a person, and it will be strange to not have close contact with them anymore.
My biggest concerns about senior year are primarily the college application process. It seems that there is so much to still do regarding college and I've spent many hours working at finishing the applications. I'm ready to be done with it all and go off to college.
My biggest worry for senior year is preperation. Not only do I have to apply for college and be sure that everything is turned in at the deadlines, but I also have to prepare myself to leave home. I've moved several times before in my life, so I am well prepared for started anew, but it is always hard to let go of something that has been close to you. Each time I move, it becomes easier to adjust to my new lfe, but it also becomes harder to let go. For instance, I easily adjusted to Ohio when I moved here Freshman year, but it was insanely difficult for me to let go of Pennsylvania. What I found best though is that everyyear, whether it be spring, summer, or fall, I visit my old friends from PA in additition to keeping in touch with them all year.
My worries are limited. I feel like I'm a independent person but something's you can not control. Like your roommate, professors, and free time. I am scared that I won't get a roommate that I know and he will be a weird person.Also my get a really hard professor and I will fail out of college.
My worries consist of not staying in touch with some of my friends from NDCL. I'm also worried about living on my own and time management between school, partying and social life. I'm more excited and thrilled to be leaving and starting a new adventure in my life and making new friends. College will bring a lot of challenges and new faces but not being worried would be weird. I think everyone is worried a little but its good to be in a sense cause it will make the experience that much better
My first concern/worry for this upcoming year is finding the right college. I've had 0 time todo anything and I'm worried I won't find the college that best fits me. I'm also worried about my time management and I hope I can effectively finish all that I have to do. I'm also worried my parents might not back me up on what college I'd like to go to. They have their heart set on a college that I really have no desire to attend. To be completely honest after this first semester of senior year I won't have too many worries related to school because by then the stress will be over. I just hope to find the right college and to stay close to the friends I've had since I was young.
My biggest fear of senior year is becoming lazy about my work. Also I am very stressed because it is hard to balance school work and applying to colleges. It college I worry about livin on my own, staying on track with my work and having a roommate that I don't like
my worry for senior year is that I pass with good grades. also college and getting in is a huge stress.
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