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A photo of Lhunthonwen Lhunthonwen
For those of you heading off to university next year, I have a question for you: What are the things you are most concerned/worried about? Work load? Rez life?
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A photo of breanneeagnew breanneeagnew
Most worried that I won't have what i need to be livving on my own. I'm moving out with four friends and it's kinda freaking me out. "Do I need this?" "Do I have this?"
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I'm worried about money the most.
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I'm worried that I'll end up going to McGill, a school famous for grade deflation, and come out with a 2.5 GPA that will get me no where good for grad school so I'll be forced to be underemployed and will subsequently quit after yelling at my stupid college-educated boss and end up on the street selling myself for food (pickles and jam and bread) and drugs.
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I'm most worried about finding something I like enough to major in in first year that's also lucrative.
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@Lhunthonwen wrote
For those of you heading off to university next year, I have a question for you: What are the things you are most concerned/worried about? Work load? Rez life?



workload for sure.
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also if u live on rez u should watch for your health.
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I'm worried about the workload. I'm excited about rez life though.
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I am most worried about not being able to get good enough marks to get accepted into the program that I want to study, and also making new friends.
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I'm worried about the workload, making new friends, and living on rez. :bounce:
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@prmly wrote
I'm worried that I'll end up going to McGill, a school famous for grade deflation, and come out with a 2.5 GPA that will get me no where good for grad school so I'll be forced to be underemployed and will subsequently quit after yelling at my stupid college-educated boss and end up on the street selling myself for food (pickles and jam and bread) and drugs.


Agree.
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@breanneeagnew wrote
Most worried that I won't have what i need to be livving on my own. I'm moving out with four friends and it's kinda freaking me out. "Do I need this?" "Do I have this?"



This is something that I wish I had when I was moving in! It is quite the extensive list of anything you may need.
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Rez life.
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I'm definitely worried about University being so different from high school that my marks would drop a lot and I won't be able to keep up whatever scholarship I get
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Most worried about .... doing things i want that are like extra circular. so juggling time.
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I have chosen a colledge i would like to go to next year. I have also decided that i would like to apply for scholarships as money is tight.

The problem i seem to be having is that i cant seem to find anywhere on the scholarship appliction that states if it is accepted at the school i have chosen to attend. Am i looking in the wrong place or what is a safe way to make sure the scholarships i am applying for are actually accepted at the college i will be attending???

HELP PLEASE!!
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Th constant pressure to gain and maintain a high GPA for medical school applications. I shall rest this summer, it's going to be pretty chilled out being finished highscool.
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Not being committed enough to school and messing up my future plans.
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Deffinatly worried about money, wont be living rez so have to pay rent. I just hope work doesnt affect my marks :S
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Money, for sure.
Not too worried about the grades, always been a pretty strong student.
Just worried that I won't be able to receive money/loans/grants/scholarships for school.
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@chelseyskeoch wrote
I am most worried about not being able to get good enough marks to get accepted into the program that I want to study, and also making new friends.



At the start of both my first and second year at mount a I had some of the same worries as you. Making friends can be really hard sometimes because in my case a lot of the people on my floor came with their friends so I felt a little left out. my advice on making friends is seriously on your first day walk down you hall and if their are doors open knock and introduce yourself. Thats how I made most of my friends here and by getting to know just a couple people they will introduce you to their other friends and before you know it youll be set. Good luck!
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