I 'm Spent The Best $ 400 Of My Life Essay

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“I just spent the best $400 of my life.” In May of 2016, I, as just a high school student, became a college student, with just the click of a button. Pressing that small button online to accept my offer to attend Purdue lifted the burden that was pressing down on me. In life there are big decisions and small decisions. Choosing what shoes to wear, whether to take the bus or just walk, and what to get to eat are small choices; they matter in the present, but usually have no long-lasting impacts on one’s life. Big decisions have a lasting impact on life and must be given substantial time in deciding the outcome. During senior year of high school, after spending a few years planning, visiting, and applying to universities, I was entasked in choosing where I would spend the next four years of my life. This choice would not only affect me for the next four years, it would affect me for the entirety of my life. Fall 2015 Starting in the fall of my senior year of high school, between the mounds of calculus homework, pages of english readings, and hours studying for physics exams, I began to receive responses from colleges I had applied to. The feelings of excitement and angst mixed as I received the letters which started with either a “Congratulations!” or an “Unfortunately”. I was hesitant to open them; the fear or rejection took over. What would I do if I was rejected? Would I still go to college? I might have to go to my local junior college. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a

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