There were many major changes in my life since graduating from high school. First, going to college was one of the major changes that I could remember. I was one of the seven children in my family and the very first one to start college. I remembered my very first time attended college without any guidance from anyone in my family or relatives. I had no clue what college would be like when I stepped foot on campus. People I knew then kept telling me “you are a man now; you’re on your own”. Whether you succeed in your future life was totally dependent on the choices you made in college.
As it turned out, my first two years in college were very confusing and lost. English language was definitely the main obstacle for me. I managed to meet a few friends along the way who gave me many different advices on what major to study and the perspective outlook for jobs. I was very hesitated because I didn’t know what I wanted to do at the time. During my time there, I changed major of studies on several different occasions.
One summer I decided to take a semester break, I packed my personal belongings and ventured out to Southern California. The adventurous trip took me seven days. Along the way, I stopped at different places for sight-seeing; I visited the cities to learn peoples’ lifestyle and their cultural interactions. I thought this long trip had taught me so much about life; it made me a stronger and a more mature person than ever before.
A sudden scream was about to explode out loud from me “California! Here I come!” I finally came to California with an intention of changing my life around. I was totally in love with the atmosphere, the people and the city. A week later I toured around a couple of different college campuses. Deep inside my heart, I knew what I want to study this time. I picked a college and decided to study here. In the back of my mind, I kept thinking and wondering “if I had known then what I know now, my...
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