High School Graduates Should Take a Year Off Before Entering College

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High school graduates should take a year off before entering college

After two years of stressing your butt off for the VCE exams, what you need is to relax. High school graduates should take a year off before entering college so they can decide on the future they want, travel to new places to bring back more knowledge and to find a part time job if they haven't already to increase experience and help pay for college fees.

It's over. It's finally over. All the that crying, stress and hardcore studying is finally over. But what are you to do now if you haven't picked a career you are interested in? How can you go to college without your mind set on a clear future career path? Yes, you should take a year off before entering college to give you time to experience more life as an adult so that you will be able to decide on a future you are content with. Nowadays people are jumping into college straight after graduating from high school and most of whom are not content with the course they are studying. To prevent this, high school graduates should take a year off before entering college.

Once you're out of college, you're busy with a new life, a new career and will be wondering when you'll be able to have the time to go on that dream trip to Hawaii. Well it's not going to happen because you don't have something called 'holidays' any more. You'll regret not being able to take the chance to travel to new places, experience a different culture and environment when you were younger. That time should have been used when you had just bloomed into adulthood. That year before college. High school graduates should take a year off before entering college so they can travel. In the future, they will come across financial problems and time management issues that will stand in the way of them.

College is not cheap. It is expensive and if you come from a family with a low income, it will be difficult for them to support you with your college fees. To take the burden...
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