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Tuesday, 15 July 2014

BLOG PEP TALK FOR INCOMING FRESHERS

You’ve gotten a text or e-mail telling you to come for your letter at a regional post office. Your prayers have been answered and now you can walk like you are now part of a dog-eat-dog world. Congratulations to all who got admission. No matter which institution you got (university, college, polytechnic, training colleges etc), you must aim at making a difference there.
So I gathered my friends to write this post for you, to give you advice. Please take them to heart and visit their blogs also for more inspiration




Charlotte of Ryters Diary says "I would say Uni is a great environment to develop oneself in all aspects of life. Be open minded, laugh a lot, explore and make the grades"

Mj Jimmy who doesn't have a blog yet but is a great poet says "University exposes you to avenue of great thoughts. Make good use of your brain and explore where creativity sets in."

Kimberly of .Kimberly's chronicle says "My advice would be to go in with an open mind, and don't forget to have a little fun. There's so much to be discovered and learned, but in order for that to happen, people need to be open to it. It's always good to have a plan, but it's also good to accept that the plan may change."

Emma of ItsEmmaElisesays "My advice is to learn how to be adaptive. It's harder than it seems. But your study methods, time management skills, etc from previous, lower levels of education will not get you through the hard stuff! Be open to changing how you approach your studies, and always be grateful for the opportunity to be learning more!"

Fayeampah of Awoken By poemssays "Well, the little I can give to that individual is that he/she should be good at whatever he would be pursuing. he should brighten the corner where he/she is."

Kojo antwi (Not the musician but the poet, also known as Kojo Poet) of 41Dreams Poetry Nation says "The first question the person should ask him or herself is "does the choice of course suit his or her passion?" The person should seek to gain practical knowledge. "
 
 

I hope you would adhere to this little pep talk we gave you. Enjoy your stay and thumbs up to your admission.

xoxo,
Marietta MarieNoel

22 comments:

  1. Great post!! I sure could have used some information like this before!!

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    1. Thank you. You can share these for those who are now entering college

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  2. Great advice. There's a lot to think about when starting out!

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  3. Great advice - I remember bumping into a girl in the elevator my first day of college, and she told me: "4 years fly, so have fun and don't take it too seriously!" and that stayed with me! :D

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  4. Awesome advice, so thoughtful!

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  5. Great advice! I kind of miss my college days!

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    1. Hmm, I'll surely miss college life but i'll make sure i make memories

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  6. coulda used this when i was in college

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    1. You can share these with someone who is now entering college

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  7. The advice about following your passions is definitely the key. I took classes and declared my major/minors based on what I enjoyed studying, even though they didn't "fit" together--I was a French major who minored in political science and applied statistics. However, having knowledge and skills in all of those areas led me to pursue a career in government/diplomacy analysis work, where all of those fields will be useful. It really is true that it all falls into place!

    Chloe | Wanderlust in the Midwest

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    1. What a wonderful advice. And i agree with you, follow your passion to be happy

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  8. Could have used this while I was in college. Agree 100 % about adapting and being open minded.

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  9. Love this advice! I'm an RA, so I'll have to share them with my residents!

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