A benefiting future

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A benefiting future is what all High-School students should be thinking about. What interests a young teen is what the young teen will be asking himself or herself throughout their entire life as a High-School student. Once he or she has found out what interests them in life future or job wise the young students should do everything in their power to achieve that goal. They will have the decision of going to college or going out into the work force that will be up for them to decide on what they want to do in the future. There are many ups and downs that a young student will have to think about in this stage of life. College room mates can be very bad.(CB staff) A young student could be dealing with multiple room mates that will make him or her very upset. Such as the goody goody which will limit the young students TV. time and his or her personal relation time between tests and finals with doing homework. It is in my opinion agreeable that a goody goody could be a very bad room mate because if he or she just got done taking a final and wanted to take a nice break by watching TV. and his or her room mate just said "ha-ha yeah no" and set a timer for the TV. to turn off so the goody goody could study with 0% sound. The party animal in college is very bad to deal with. It is in my opinion not agreeable that a party animal is that bad to deal with yes he or she probably will not be able to get much work done but him or her will need to socialize and actually do something with his or her life and not just be forever alone. Getting a thief as a room mate is very horrid. I agree with the statement if I had a room mate that stole food from me when I was hungry it would just be a war between the me and him. Wh... ... middle of paper ... ... have school in the first place? The students could just sleep through class doing god knows what. If we had people like that going into our colleges then our president would just sleep the entire time instead of helping the people of the United States our police officers would just say ah what’s the point. Works Cited -CB Staff. "Collegebound Network." Roommates You Don't Want, Roommates in College. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2013. -Marklein, Mary B. "Grades Pointless? Some Colleges Don't Care about GPAs." USA Today. Gannett, Feb.-Mar. 2013. Web. 26 Nov. 2013. -"Pros and Cons of Gap Year - Ask The Dean." Pros and Cons of Gap Year. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2013. -"Scholarships." Why Students Dont Go To College. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2013. -"Sizing Up Colleges: Big vs. Small." Sizing Up Colleges: Big vs. Small. © 2013 The College Board, n.d. Web. 27 Nov. 2013.
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