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don't be misled, i actually have water in this cup
we're here staying hydrated, not caffeinated
hello my friends it's nina and
i am finally going to talk about my entire college experience
as you may or may not know, i am-
i was a college student
i finished college, i graduated
i didn't drop out
i was a student at uc berkeley for 2 years
and i was also a community college student for 2 years
i already talked about most of my college experience in another video
but i'm going to talk a little more in depth about it in this video
and also answer some questions i got from you guys on instagram
about college
but yea let's go down memory lane and talk about it
i'm gonna mention firsthand that i have a pretty international audience
and so i'm talking about the american education system
which might be confusing to people who aren't in america
if it is confusing, i'm sorry
anything i might say about tuition or the value of college
in society or any of that
might be very different from you
this is just from an american perspective
and from someone who finished college and experienced all of it
but to my american viewers
i hope that this kind of makes sense or is a little bit helpful
but anywho i'm gonna first talk about my timeline
i'm gonna start the story off with my senior year of high school
then i'll move on to why i went to community college
and then how i got into uc berkeley
and then how i got here
i also do wanna mention everyone's college experience is subjective
my experience is probably going to be very different from yours
especially because i am a college graduate but i am also on youtube
but i'm just gonna talk about it, maybe there's something useful in it
but i figured i have to talk about my college experience at some point
so without further delay, here is my entire college experience
so it all started-
i applied for colleges in november of 2014
i was just like any other kid wishing to go to college
just bc i heard everyone else wanting to go to college
but personally my parents weren't very cutthroat about college
they were very chill about it
i don't know if that was a pro or a con
basically in my immediate family, not including my cousins or whatever
in my immediate family i am the first to finish college
but rewinding back to 2014
i was basically applying for college
but i had little idea of what i was doing
because i grew up having a lot of freedom about what i should do in the future
i didn't have a clear idea of what i actually wanted to do
i had a lot of freedom to live my life and explore my hobbies
i really loved drawing and painting
and being creative and all that
i loved storywriting, hanging out with my friends
i loved using my imagination, i loved watching movies
i loved listening to music
i was a good student but i wasn't a very passionate teenager
i was naturally a good student
just because i got my stuff done
there's nothing much to say but i just got a's and b's in high school
i was very attentive
i showed up to school all the time on time
being a good student vs being a passionate student were different things
it was like, i knew i wanted to apply to college
just because all my friends were doing it
college was just in my brain, like instilled,
drilled into my brain
that i have to go to college
but at the same time i had no idea who i was
i didn't know what i wanted to do
i didn't know what major i wanted to study
i didn't know my future at all
so in junior year i took my sat and did whatever i needed to do to get into college
but i didn't really understand what i was doing
i got a good score on the sat too, i got a 2010
back then when we were doing sat's the highest score was a 2400
i know now it's like a 1600
the only thing i really had going for me
were a few clubs that i took in high school
were my decent grades and a 4.something average
because i had a bunch of AP classes that boosted my GPA
and i had my sat score and i was crossing my fingers hoping for the best
i don't like thinking about my senior year of high school
and applying for college because
every time i think about it
i just think about how unguided i was
how i really kind of just-
screwed up my application basically
i'm not gonna get into full details, but
my essay could've been a lil different
my choice of major could've been a bit better
i didn't know what i wanted to do and that reflected in my application
in here, in here, everywhere i just wasn't ready for college
and i didn't realize it
i applied to almost all the UCs
and i did do the common application
and apply for some private universities and smaller universities
i tried to do some art schools
but then i was also unconfident about my portfolio and whatever
which is also sad to think about because
i loved drawing and painting and all that
i loved my art classes
but at the same time i wasn't passionate enough where i had a strong portfolio
which gets you into an art school
so all in all it was a pretty difficult process
but i was going through the motions and just going through it
in my mind i thought one college will accept me, i'll just go there
i think in high school i wasn't thinking a lot for myself
i kind of just existed and floated around
trying to get through each day
i didn't necessarily have goals or desires
at the time i didn't deal with my insecurities or problems in life
or really have some sort of communication with myself
i would go to school, be a good student
and then come home, get stuff done
and then go to school again, blah blah blah
and so that really took a toll on my college application process
and in 2015
when we finally got our college results
that is kind of when reality started to kind of hit me
i did not get into the schools that i wanted to go to
which were basically the schools that everyone talks about
and i got into a few schools but they were not really schools that i wanted to go to
they were kind of just back up plans
i got into a few schools with scholarships
but again it wasn't necessarily the plan that i wanted
even though i didn't really have a plan
so that is when reality hit, like oh..
hmm maybe i should've kind of figured things out a little bit more
maybe i should've really researched what i was trying to get myself into
and so a plan was basically to go to
these schools that i got into
but i didn't have this heart for
and then later on
i finally learned about community college
community college was not a plan, ever
because no one (i knew) ever talked about it
i only got into the idea of going to community college
when i found out that my friend was going
and then i was like huh that is also an option
but now that reality was hitting and i didn't have a lot of options
i really had to think about what i wanted to do for the next 4 years
community college became an option and i talked to my parents about it
the conversation about it was actually nice
just because as i've said before they didn't pressure me to get into a good school
obviously i wanted to make them proud
but going to a university is a huge commitment
it is literally four years of your life
or 10 years depending on what you're studying
it might be 4 to 10
i also wanna mention that college is not the path for everyone
and that's something that i wish i had known as a college student
but i did more research on community college
and that's when i figured out that you can transfer to another university in two years
if you are on time
obviously you can also take 3, 4, whatever many years you need
but you can transfer in two years and you can finish
your entire education within 4 years just like everyone else
and so i was like why didn't i know about this earlier
because personally for me i wasn't ready
and there's a lot of people who aren't ready
there are also lots of people who are ready for college right after high school
as you can see millions of students go straight into college right after high school
but more and more community college started to become a better solution for me
because i didn't want to throw myself into a school i didn't have the heart for
and also i learned about the whole financial thing where
literally community college you're not spending that much money
now these days your first two years are free apparently
but even then back then the tuition wasn't even bad
it was probably the cost of a few college books from a university
but the tuition wasn't bad
and i'd be saving much more money
i feel like it'd be time for me to explore my options
and really get myself together
and find out what i really wanted to study
because personally for me i did want to pursue a further education
not everyone needs that
not everyone needs college
not everyone needs college for their career
society is very different now
even if you do go to college it doesn't guarantee a career
because society is competitive
but personally i wanted to experience it
and i wanted to complete my higher education
that was my desire
and so in the end community college did become my choice
and my parents were actually very relieved
i am very fortunate that it was a good communication
that they were supportive of my choice
i was very thankful that they didn't think going to university was the only solution
and that any other solution wasn't a solution
that i wasn't throwing my life away
that my identity didn't revolve around me going to a university
oh man i don't remember my community college life that well
i can't remember my classes that well
but i know in community college, that is the time,
if you're planning to transfer
that is the time to take care of all your general education requirements
i highly recommend that you try to finish
every single requirement in community college before you transfer
because transferring is a process
it has its pros and cons compared to going to a university for 4 years
i was in community college for 2 years
so 4 semesters
because we were on a semester system
i took about 4 to 5 classes per semester
i'm pretty sure it was 5 each
i took english, i took one semester of math
i knew this time i wanted to do some kind of liberal arts major
just because that's what i'm interested in
in high school i actually considered more stem-like majors
when i was a senior in high school
my major that i applied for was computer science
we don't talk about her
but now i knew i wanted to do a major that
revolved around liberal arts but i was also considering art
i took my science requirements
i took a public speaking class
which kind of drove me towards my major
that i chose in uc berkeley
which was media studies
which is basically like mass communications but more focused on media
i was pretty daring in community college
i remember in my geography class we had an opportunity to go on a class trip
for extra credit points and other things
and i was like
i'll go
it was pretty far from home
and i'd be gone for a few days with classmates that i didn't know well
i even signed up for camping instead of having a hotel
it was quite a time
and i was trying new things
but community college was definitely a time for me to be my own person
and i don't think i would've had that experience
had i gone to a 4 year university
because i would be constantly surrounded by people
i would still be in that kind of mental state
where i would constantly compare myself to other people
and knowing my personality as an introvert
i probably would've shut myself away from people a lot
just so i could have my personal time
but in community college i didn't have to commit myself to a college
i could literally just go home and be by myself
i journaled, i wrote in a diary, i exercised, i meditated
i'm sure you might be able to do that in a university as well
but personally for me
i was glad that i had so much freedom to really figure myself out
it was kind of like a gap year, or two gap years
but i was also studying and working towards transferring at the same time
and eventually in 2016
i finally had much more confidence in myself to
apply for universities again
and this time i knew what major i wanted to study
i was definitely interested in content creation
whether that was at the time short films
or writing, using my imagination
i kind of had a better idea of what i wanted to talk about in my application
and what i wanted to offer when i went to university
the biggest thing i think about applying for university
is that
and which basically is why college isn't for everyone
applying for college, it's better if you have something to offer
or the college will offer something to you
you have to ask yourself if going to a university is going to benefit you
if you want to meet like-minded people
if you wanna learn something you can't learn from the real world
if you want these connections
if you want access to internships
or whatever that will get you to your job
that kind of stuff
that is what you have to consider
when you apply for college
and for a lot of jobs you don't need that
and that's why college really isn't for everyone
but personally for me in my world here
i applied for colleges again
and i was just definitely a lil bit more determined this time
i was so determined and confident
that i only applied for 3 schools
i applied to uc berkeley obviously
i applied for ucla
and uc davis
those were my top 3 schools
i applied with a major that actually mattered to me
and i was more connected to myself
that that reflected onto my application
after application, in april/may of 2017
that is when our results came
and i found out that i got into all 3 of the schools that i wanted to get into
this time
ultimately i did choose uc berkeley because
i was born in berkeley i always heard about uc berkeley
it is part of my family
my aunt graduated from uc berkeley
the major was basically made for me
and so i decided on uc berkeley as a media studies major
and so that brings us to 2017
i transferred to uc berkeley and
started on august 2017
i have to mention one kind of con about uc berkeley
which is that you don't
have your major, yet
you have to declare when you get there
like my friend who transferred
she got into her school and she got into her major just like that
she didn't have to declare or anything
she was just in her major
but i still had to declare it
and it was kind of a process
because media studies at uc berkeley
it was said to be pretty difficult to get into
just because it's very competitive and
a lot of people wanted the major
so i had to work for it
i wasn't able to rest yet
and again this is why in the beginning
that my experience is completely subjective
because this is an experience that i had to go through
but if anyone else is applying for media studies
and is also transferring
then maybe this story will resonate with you
i had to really keep up with my classes
i mean i obviously was going to try hard
i wanted to keep my a's and b's
oh shoot that's what i did not mention
in community college i got a 4.0
but anywho now i think i can talk about the classes i took at uc berkeley
my first semester at uc berkeley i took a documentary class
i really enjoyed that class it was a small class
it was like 20 to 30 people
i also had a required class for my major
which was basically introduction to media studies
and then i took a sociology class
which was an elective for my major
it was virtual communities and social media
and it was one of my favorite classes
it was so interesting
i loved my major at uc berkeley i really learned a lot
so i had those 3 classes and then i had one more
but i can't remember what it was
ah it was a film production class
i took a film production class
and that was very helpful actually
but at the time i wasn't declared
and another thing about my major
since it is an impacted major
i had to take a bunch of classes
in order to declare first
so i wasn't able to declare for a couple of semesters
i think it was two semesters in
another thing is i had to consider another major
just in case i didn't get into media studies
which is pretty scary
because i decided on uc berkeley for media studies
and if i couldn't even get that major
that would've been quite sad
and my second major of choice was actually film studies
so i was so close to being a film major at uc berkeley
that would've been very different
so that is why i took a bunch of film classes
because media studies and film
they have a lot of overlaps
which was a good thing
because just in case i didn't get into media studies
i was able to apply for film
which wasn't impacted
but i was pretty set on media studies
because i wanted to learn about the literal media aspect of it
i do wanna mention that media studies is not really what you think it is
it's not a media production major
there are a few classes on media production
but it definitely was a lot more research heavy
there was a lot of research going on
and a lot of reading going on
but it was interesting and it really offerred a lot to me
it made me look at the world through multiple lenses
but i was very close to being a film major
in my second semester i applied to declare media studies
i took a lower division intro to film class
which was a prerequisite to declare film
i also took spanish
there was a language requirement for film
so i took that
and that semester i only took 3 classes because
spanish took 5 units
and so i would have a lot of units if i took 4
so i took 3 classes
and my 3rd class was another core class for media studies
it was visual communications
and that class was very interesting
it taught me how to storyboard and decode advertisements
read the media
not take everything in at surface level
all that
so that semester passed
i obviously got into my major
but now i had my major, now i could chill out a little bit
and it was my senior year
i think a con about transferring is that
you do only have a short time there
i had two years
i basically graduated when i was a sophomore at uc berkeley
even though i was a senior
i felt like i was a sophomore
you know, i was there for two years
i didn't explore my campus all that much
i felt like i just got there
and i already had to leave
so that's also something to consider when you're transferring
is that you're not going to have all the time in the world to do what you want
i wanted to study abroad, i wanted to
take more classes
i wanted to take unique classes
not just classes that were required for my major
but i didn't have all that time
because i only had 4 semesters
and i did want to graduate early
well not early but i wanted to graduate on time
so that is something that i kind of had to settle with
was that i didn't have the fullest experience because i didn't have the time
my third semester i finally took a bunch of upper division classes
that i needed for graduating
and it was intense
i took an international media class
i took a sociology class which was called sociology of culture
i took another core class on media theory
and then i took
i really, ugh
i just ugh
i'm clicking on my school app
that i haven't deleted yet because i am paranoid about deleting it
so i took all those classes and then
i took a media history class
so i took those classes those were really interesting
it was very intense and a lot of studying but
very much worth it
and then my last semester at uc berkeley
which was also basically the time that
you guys started to come into my life
and basically be part of my college life
my last semester at uc berkeley i took
a research methods class
and then i took a history class
because i needed to finish a requirement
that i never got around to doing
and then i took another core class
which was on media and democracy
but it was an intense senior year
because i had to fit in everything for my major
so i think that is definitely something that you have to consider
if you are transferring, is that
you're not going to be able to take all the classes that you want
unless you really cram everything in
but yea my last year at uc berkeley
i was very much focused on my classes
on my life
and i was also doing youtube
and my life was just going by so fast there
then i graduated in may
and here i am
doing youtube full time
and working on other things
but now that you have a basic sense of my college career
i think i'm going to do a small q&a
just for things that i didn't really address
or things that you were curious about on instagram
i just thought that it would be important to
kind of give my background story first
before i go into these questions
were you mostly hanging out with friends at college or just went and did your own thing
so i got a lot of questions about making friends
how you deal with being alone
and i got a lot of questions about whether i was hanging out with people or just doing my own thing
whether you have friends or not
you're going to be spending a lot of time on your own
because it's a natural thing
you know, you're trying to get your life together
you're trying to find a job
you're trying to graduate
you're trying to manage everything that you have to juggle
so it was actually pretty common to be alone at college
when i went to lounges to study
there would be tables of students
but they weren't friends
they were just sitting together at a table
everyone in college was basically just being alone together
a lot of people are alone
even if you are in a student organization
and you have a social life
it's so common to be alone
you're going to see tables full of students studying by themselves
and you're going to just
sit with them so you can study
and it's just like this
natural culture of just
asking someone hey can i sit here
and you guys study and
don't even talk to each other
so personally for me i was pretty much doing my own thing
just because i was focused on my life
i was focused on passing my classes
i was by myself a lot in the library
at cafes
and also i was doing youtube
i didn't really have that in common with a lot of people
i kind of
kept it
not really a secret, but it's like
i can't just go and tell people oh i do youtube, you know
i was very much just naturally on my own
and i feel like even if you're the most social person
you're going to want to have time alone
obviously i did study with friends occasionally
but even if we were together
we'd either talk the entire time and not get things done
or we wouldn't talk to each other at all
and it was just like i was studying by myself anyway
but just know, coming from someone who literally experienced college
a lot of it, you're going to spend on your own
i do wanna mention that in college
rather than friends
you're going to have a lot of acquaintances
and that is a completely okay thing to have
almost all my friends who went to college
they also had 5 to at most 10 friends maybe
i'm gonna be realistic
and say 1 to 10 friends basically
but i know that if you are in a student organization
such as a club, fraternity, sorority, that kind of stuff
you're naturally going to make friends
because you are surrounded by people who are like-minded
who probably have similar schedules as you
probably spend a lot of time with them
naturally they're going to become your friends because, you know,
you're naturally going to be friendly to each other
you also will find friends in your major
you'll just naturally find people that
you have a lot of classes with
because you guys are taking almost all the same classes
which is a funny thing
is that like hundreds, thousands of us are all taking kind of similar paths
and living similar lives
but anywho
you're going to make a lot of acquaintances
and hopefully maybe some of those acquaintances become friends
if you guys have similar schedules
and you guys can study together
or spend time outside of class together
but otherwise
again, people are busy in college
when i was in high school i had the mindset of making friends with people because
obviously you would make friends in high school but
in college it definitely is a pretty fast-paced busy setting
so not everyone has the motive or the desire to make friends
because they don't have the time for it
you know, you have to really commit to it
or you really have to get along with this person
that you met as an adult
they're not your childhood friends, you know
you guys are going to relate based on
similar career paths or interests
i think the best way to make friends is just to be a decent human being
smile, be nice
you're going to find someone you can kind of stick to
and if not
stick to yourself
another similar topic of loneliness and learning to be okay on your own
is that you're going to find lots of times where
you're going to be alone in college because
everyone's living their own life
i was literally on my own in community college
all of my friends from high school went off to college
they went to different cities, states, countries
and so i was literally on my own
i was surrounded by people that i didn't know
i think it's just me personality wise
i was always kind of okay being on my own because
i didn't see that as a bad thing
i didn't see being alone as like
oh no one likes me
or i can't make friends
i'm not desirable
or anything like that
that's not how i thought
i was just like oh
i'm alone
i'm going to get stuff done
i'm going to get my life together
focus on myself
i think it was just a natural way for me to think
so it's going to be different for everyone
but just know that being alone is so common in college
like i think it should be a thing that is talked about more
is that you're not going to have the liveliest social life in college
you can see people having the time of their life with a lot of people but
there are also much people just doing their own thing
remember that it doesn't mean you're any less of a person
if you're alone, if you're by yourself
it just means, hey i'm alone
that's it
gonna get some stuff done, gonna go home
gonna sleep, gonna eat
it's okay to be alone
you're actually going to probably want to be alone
a lot of the time in college
because it's just so busy
you just want to relax and just
be in your own zone for a while
but being alone is so common
it's something that should be talked about more
did you like being a commuter
or would you have rather lived on campus
now the thing is, my college experience
and the person i am today
is because of the decisions that i made
so had i chosen to live on campus
i'd be a very different person
my life just would be different
there are pros and cons to commuting
you know, you get to at least escape from college
but because of that, it's not like a home
you don't have somewhere to escape to
my only place to escape was the library or cafe
i was lowkey kind of jealous of my friends
who were able to go to their apartment
which was just like a few blocks off campus
like right after class they could just go to their apartment and take a nap
and i wasn't able to do that
so i had to be productive
and i didn't get a break
i went from one class to the other
or i was in the library or cafe
and i would go to another class
and then i'd go home
because i was so exhausted
but because i was able to escape from college
i was able to live another life
i focused on youtube, i focused on other things
and that was my own personal life
not everyone's going to have the same desires as me
someone's going to want to actually have a student life
and be involved in the university as much as possible
if that's the case then
maybe living on campus is a better solution for you
but obviously you can have a busy life and be a commuter
but i was just exhausted a lot
i had to get up pretty early just to get to campus
because driving took 40 minutes to an hour
sometimes it would be 1 hour and 30 minutes because of traffic
but i am who i am because i commuted
and i can't wish for something else
or else i'd be different
but really just evaluate what's important to you
whether you want to be close to campus
so you can do whatever you want
or whether you're okay with commuting
or whether that's just a better decision for you
finance wise, life wise, whatever
did i like being a commuter?
i'm just neutral about this whole thing
another topic is how to keep college from defining your self-worth
this is also going to be subjective
because of how valuable college can be per person
but the way that i grew up
college was never this defining thing for me
it's not the biggest part of my identity
going to uc berkeley
it's part of my identity but it doesn't define who i am
it was a part of my life
and i think more people have to realize
that college is such a small part of your life
it can be a very defining part of your life
but it's only four years of your life
like a lot can happen in those four years
but a lot more happens in the decades after college as well
everyone has different opportunities, experiences, circumstances
that make them the person they are
and even if you go to a prestigious university
that doesn't determine the life you're going to live
you can be at a great university that everyone talks about
but you could also just be in your dorm doing nothing
but then you could also do so much in college but
that doesn't determine your future
that doesn't determine if you're going to get a job
there are so much people going for similar things
and all that which is a whole other topic
but what i think matters more
than what you do in college or who you become
or anything like that is
learning about yourself
and making sure that you're okay
taking care of yourself and being your own friend
learning to be okay on your own
learning to be okay when things don't go your way
learning to find back up plans
other paths
and being okay with it
and really just taking care of yourself
i think is what matters more
don't determine your self-worth on something that is four years of your life
going to college does not promise a prosperous life
what matters in the end
whether it's graduating college if you go to college
because not everyone goes to college
or whether you're in life 10 years from now, 20 years from now
what matters the most is
the person you are, the human being that you are
whether you're a decent human being
because life is long
and life is unpredictable
and nothing's promised
nothing's determined
more than anything just make sure you're prepared to
take on the world with whatever comes
keep your loved ones close
always remember there's a plan b for everything
you just have to kind of look for it
and the plan b isn't always going to be something that you want
like for me, i never thought about community college
and because i went it offered me the life i have now
which i am so thankful for
there are backup plans everywhere
but they're not always something we want in the first place
but they lead us to somewhere else
if i did something else in the past
i'd be a different person because
that leads to something else
life keeps happening, even after college
college is just 4 to 10 years of your life
and then you have to figure out something to do after that
another question is was it worth it
personally i'm glad that i took the experience
and i'm glad i was able to go to college and finish
not everyone is able to, so i'm very thankful for that
i definitely learned a whole lot when i was in college
i don't know if i would've been able to teach myself these things
a lot of it was stuff i had to learn along the way
not just in my classes but in life in general
so personally it wasn't a waste of time and
it definitely offered a lot to me
you should just do research onto what path is good for you
college is a commitment, and it's hard and it requires a lot
and yea but
for my life i'm glad it happened
i think this is going to be the final question which is
advice if you were to do it all over again
now like i said
i am never doing that again
but if i were to start all over
it's a weird thing to think about because
my mistakes brought me to where i am now
if i didn't go to community college
my experience in college would've been definitely very different
i wouldn't have gone to uc berkeley obviously
because i wouldn't have been accepted
my personality would be different
and just everything would've been different
i'm kinda thankful i went to community college so i wouldn't-
i can't tell high school senior nina to
work hard and make sure you get into these universities
or else i wouldn't be the person i am today
i wouldn't have gone through the transferring experience that i've gone through
i guess i could start from community college nina
and just tell her that you're going to be okay
you're going to graduate
that you're working hard
you're doing your best
everything will pass
my favorite quote
and to just not spend so much time being stressed
and anxious about the future
about everything that's happening
i could say that one regret that i did have when i was in college
was that there were a lot of times when
i doubted myself
and i was caught in my anxiety and
negative thoughts about not graduating, not being sure about my future
i remember in my last semester at uc berkeley
i was so overwhelmed, so anxious
that i didn't have time to enjoy the last few months that i had
in college for the rest of my life
i was so worried that i wasn't going to graduate
that i didn't have time to have fun
to explore uc berkeley
for the last time
and just be excited about graduating
about starting a new chapter in my life
i was just like omg i have to get an a on this paper
or else i'm going to fail this class
even though that's like not possible
there were lots of times when i was just so overwhelmed
that i couldn't enjoy my day or enjoy my experience
so if i had any regrets
or anything that i would change
it would be just to enjoy college a little bit more
it is such a short time
even if it seems so long
even if in past videos of mine that you probably have seen
i would complain and wish it would just be over
that i could just graduate already
college is short
it seems long but
it's such a short part of your life
and you have the rest of your life ahead of you
advice if i were to do it all over again
if i had the same path
if i went through everything again
i would wish that this time
i did it with less worries
and less negative thoughts
and doubts about myself
and just enjoy it while it lasts because it goes by so fast
and that chapter literally closes
and you can't go back to it
and it happened
so just try to make the best out of college while you can
take on access to whatever college provides
take on those internships, take on those clubs
take on those acquaintances in class
that was worded kind of badly
become friends with them
be friendly to them
explore campus
go on spontaneous trips with your friends or classmates
take care of yourself, make sure you're making good choices
if you go to college, enjoy it
it's going to be overwhelming and hard, but
there is time to live your life a little bit
there is time to enjoy it
try to enjoy it while you can
because there are so many decades of life ahead of you after college
so just remember to make sure that you're going to be okay
when you leave college and
always take care of yourself, basically.
i think that is all i can say for this video
i know that there is stuff i may have not talked about
but that is basically what i can think of for this college experience video
i'm sure i will do more college advice videos in the future
because there's definitely a lot more to say
it's a whole 4 years of experience that i could talk about
a lot happened in those 4 years and this is just-
i don't know how long this video is
it's probably 20 to 30 minutes long
it's just 20 to 30 minutes of my college life
i hope that this video was helpful in some kind of way
i feel like it was more like a big picture kind of advice video
i'm definitely going to do more
college related advice videos and all that in the future
but i hoped you enjoyed this video, i hope that it was kinda helpful
i know that a lot of you guys are already in college
but hopefully some of you are about to start
maybe you're like me and you're done with college
but i just hope that this video resonated with someone
and that'll be it!
thank you for watching this video
and i will see you next time!
goodbye my friends :)
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my entire college experience! + advice from a college graduate | community college to uc berkeley

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Chloe Chen published on September 23, 2019
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