College Freshmen Are Doomed!
Every year, many high school graduates enter a new realm of schooling. This insensitive place is called college. New students often do not make the correct decisions in college which could lead to huge consequences. College freshmen, being inexperienced and ignorant, are not accustomed to college which can lead them down the path to failure.
With so many career choices, it is difficult for incoming college freshman to choose a career path that they will stick with; many of these students did not take the time to explore all of their options. They choose to pursue a random degree because of the salary; they jump toward the first major they find interesting; they choose an area that they later find is too difficult for them to achieve. Many decisions were probably forced onto freshmen without taking proper consideration before choosing a major. “I did not know exactly what I wanted to do,” said Colby Fruge, a former student of McNeese University. “I felt like I was pressured into choosing a degree.” Colby Fruge switched his major three times while at McNeese, the first two times as a freshman. They are not given enough time to learn what they are good at and what they would enjoy doing. Many freshmen get into difficult financial situations and end up losing considerable amounts of money.
Freshmen do not know how to cope with the fast pace of college courses. They are accustomed to going over information slowly and thoroughly as they did in high school. Professors, on the other hand, throw information at you three times as fast as high school teachers. This makes the classes much quicker and much more difficult than they are acquainted to. Freshmen find themselves buried deep in homework, studying with bloodshot eyes and sacrificing precious sleep. Being a freshman in college, I have found myself up until three in the morning studying, working on homework, or finishing up class work....