Reflection And Final Action Plan

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Reflection/Final Action Plan - Alejandro Guerrieri The semester is coming to an end, and I believe I accomplished most of what I originally planned to achieve. I’ve got very good grades in the core course I attended, and submitted all my assignments and papers in time. But perhaps the most important achievement so far was to establish a daily routine and a good balance of work, study and family life, which I believe I will be able to maintain throughout my undergraduate career. Looking back, I was full of doubts and uncertainty before I started. I didn’t know what I was really getting into. For example, I was overly cautious with the number of courses I applied to, as I wanted to avoid over-allocating my time and being unable to complete all courses with good grades. In retrospective, now I know I would have been more than capable to take at least one more course without any problems, but it was hard to tell beforehand and I didn’t want to put too much risk on my first attempt and start my career with a failure. It is, without any doubt, something I will improve from now on. This feeling of uncertainty was one of the main reasons why when I received an email inviting me to attend a course called First Year Florida “designed to help your transition into the Gator nation” I immediately signed up to it. The prospect of an introductory course to the University was compelling, and I was confident I would be able to handle one extra credit with no major problems. In
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