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The Different Of Life In High School between Life In College

Theme : Enviroment
 Day    : Saturday
 Date   : 02 August 2014

            Everyone knows that the worlds of high school and college couldn't be further apart. As we know that in high school we took spm before we leave the high school in form 5, in college we have continued further study to get a bundle like diploma, degree, master and phD. Every parents want their children studied until their get a good job and make their parents feel happy. Some of students in high school their want to finished up their high school quickly because life as student being so tired and bored. For them being as student in college is both an exciting, oftentimes, and more relaxation experience. High school is the first step to a higher level of learning before you entered the college. Below are some of the differences between life in high school and life in college.

             First of all, being a first year student is fun! Unlike high school, where your first year is usually filled with anxiety and the occasional wrong-classroom mishap but college prepare with an orientation that are many activities that can a strong bond among that we didn't know each other group by group. Many college do an orientation about 4 days or 1 weeks. Attend as many orientations options as possible. It will make our relationship become closed or become like family. Once orientation is over, we will going back to campus and start a class as a student even though we didn't same classed. You will find them and excited to meet them again like orientation before this and you become very comfortable in the college setting very quickly.

              We all know that the balancing academic and social life is difficult for student. Both of this is something the most your parents likely and helped you with in high school. Now after you entered the college, you can not longer rely on your parents for structure, rules or academic motivation like everyday you hear from your parents in high school. All of these are now in your hands and you should make decisions by yourself. No more your parents to do for you. Being at college can be socially with your new friends. In college many activities like example organizations events, dorm events, or candy light dinner. In addition, some students go to school in a locate they have not lived in before, so in college have a lot of time to exploring your new surroundings. Some students find it helpful to spend studying time in school library but in college you can study groups with your classmates can be extremely helpful. Roomates also can be study group together in where your dorm room will a little bit noisy. Maybe some of your roomates take a same course with you and can teach each other.

              Some of students have live with their parents and it usually share room with other siblings. In college you will no longer leave in your family anymore but you have dorm room where you have to share with others. Although, some people think having a roomate is an infringement on privacy, a roomates is actually a great benefit in college. The first week of college can be lonely time you didn't know each other and feel uncomfortable in a new place with surroundings. After one month you will know your roomates how she/he like and you will become closed. In addition, you can share the costs of college and you can figure out who can bring what into the dorm room, furnishings, decorate dorm room together and other costs.

              Furthermore, when you are in high school, your parents are often there to stand between you and emotionals. Once your parents decide what their decisons, you are left with you and your choices. Their do that because they knows what the best of their childrens. Sometimes some students think that their parents didn't think our choices but, once you are in college in many ways you are considered an adults. You might have been stuck with rules of discplines in high school but now is all about learning to think on your own and free as a bird. You make all of your decisions and you are responsible for the consequence. Not at all you make decisions by yourself, sometimes you need some opinions from your family, siblings and friends can help you to make these important decisions.

             However, you are no longer a passive learner who just sits and listens to a teacher like writes on a paper, and takes a test in which you are expected to simply what you have learned or been told by teachers. Books are provided are little to no cost and heavy. Some of them were forced to take all subjects even though they didn't like it. Teachers read from the textbooks they used and our time and schedule are dictated by others like parents or teachers. In college, your lectures are expecting you to voice and some lectures refer to moduls that we have buy it. Morever, time schedules are very flexible. You also may choose many course what do you like and offer by yourself.

             Conclusion, we all know that everyone goes through high school and college. We can compare that college is much challenging and complex than high school. It is a time for you to be involved in everything your college will have to offer. One day you will missed your moments in high school where have you been started until you can entered the college. For me moments in high school is the best moments ever even though many students hate school because of rules only. Life in college you will develop into an adult and learn lessons that will help you get through life and enjoyment to the feeling independence. Sometimes you will missed your parents for those who continued study far away from your parents. So welcome to college, where you are how considered an adult.

                                                                       - Thank you -

                                                                                                                       Written by,
                                                                                                                  Izzah Farhatun Zol :)


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