ARIES: “LOOK, I’m older than you here, and I’m the one responsible, so you do what I want, understood?!” TAURUS: ”Here’s some food, a pillow, a blanket, some toys, some crayons, and plenty of other stuff too. Just don’t damage anything else or do..
ARIES: NO, we can’t hide at the same place! Anyone can easily spot you. I go solo! GEMINI: If I were the seeker, I’d be alone. But we can do this as a team! *hears Aries’ statement* Oh. CANCER: People don’t usually notice me anyways SCORPIO: Don’t underestimate me. I will lurk in the dark and blend in with the silence, so you’d better lose all hope of ever finding me before you finally give up AQUARIUS: Let’s hide in the pool. Don’t worry about your clothes, you can just take them off. PISCES: I don’t mind if I get found. I mean, if I get found. I usually just get lost myself.
1. Determine What Courses You Need to Take - After enrolling in your program, find out what the required courses are for your first year. The list is usually found on your college website under your program. You can also speak to friends and academic advisers for help.
2. Get a lap top - Even though they can be fairly pricey for incoming college students, they are really worth the investment. They save all your classes notes (lecture slides, personal notes, class notes) in one place.
3. Find Out What Resources Are Available - Learn who and where your academic advisers are, where you can learn how to study, what clubs or activities are available to your program, and who your professors and teaching assistance are.