Essay On High School Stress

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Stress: A mental or emotional strain or tension caused by harsh or demanding circumstances College: The primary source of stress on a high school student Planning for one’s future is a very stressful task and although many would gladly eschew this, the inevitable fact of possible consequences compels us to put ourselves through this stressful state, regardless of whether or not we want to do it. Student’s preschools, kindergartens, elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools are typically determined by their parents. However, all decisions beyond that are solely on the student. For many, college and life after high school will be the first and one of the most important decisions they will ever make. It’s highly encouraged in our…show more content…
Therefore, you can conclude that what really matters isn’t where you go to school but possessing the attributes that make you competitive for admission to the top schools”, the author, Justin Berkman, writes. I can almost guarantee that at most schools you can find one teacher that went to an elite and a teacher that just went to a school near home. So does it really matter where you go to college? Yes and no. Of course, it does matter what college you go to, but it doesn’t have to be a top school. If your dream is to be a doctor, do you want to go to SJSU— a school with a previously bad reputation— which is known for its engineering and business majors? Don’t do it. Want to be an aerospace engineer and decide not to go to college? Don’t do it. Want to just go to a college that’s cheap and convenient? If that college you plan to attend doesn’t help your career, then don’t do it! The college you go to is very important to your future. It's wonderful if you get accepted to a prestigious school such as one of the Ivy League, but if not that’s ok. A study from HiringSolved has put together a list of the top colleges that companies in the Silicon Valley hired graduates from. 1.University of California,
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