Finding The Right College Essay

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The process of having to find a college or a university to attend is a huge challenge, and a stressful process. Even though I don’t have to worry about getting into a University for another four more years, I stress of the thought every day. Will I have a high enough GPA? What about my SAT scores? Do my parents even have money saved away for me and tuition? What do I want to do with my life? Thoughts like these run through my mind and stress me out all the time it seems, but I’m learning how to take things one step at a time. The first step to insure I have a good future for myself is making sure I have goals set and locked, once I know what I want to do with my future it helps me plan ahead better, but saying this is easier said then …show more content…
The way I see it with the constant problems we have surrounding our earth, a career involving the environment will always be increasing in the jobs demand. With the problems we have here today, such as our ice caps melting, meteors getting crashed into us, our sun potentially exploding, or our ozone layer simply evaporating, I hope I will be someone who can contribute to stopping a disaster such as those from happening. I don’t know much of the career I would have to go into to begin these goals of mine, but I do know that all these different careers involve a lot of studies, and classes like environmental studies, and other science classes. University of Southern California is a private college I’ve been interested in for awhile now, and is the main college I hope to enroll in someday. I’ve always been interested in USC, more because of my family and how we’ve always cheered for the Trojans during football season, and because it’s a very good school, and I would be proud to go there one day. USC is located in the University Park neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, but for science students who want to take up a environmental science class, USC operates the Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies located on Catalina Island just 20 miles off the coast of Los Angeles and home to the Wrigley Marine Science Center. The
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