Making Mistake At Crestwood High School

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Humans make mistakes. Making mistake is inevitable, but making the same mistake repeatedly is not acceptable. Some people think that the best way to learn and become ready to face life’s obstacles is through your own faults. Experience, maturity, and success are based on teaching oneself from one’s experience. The valuable part is the summary that we should learn from our fails. Moreover, to get strength and let that incident affects us in a positive way in order to learn the key of success. Failure can affect people emotionally or materially. I moved to Michigan in summer 2013. In fall 2013, I went to Crestwood High School for my senior year, and I had to take an ACT test to be able to apply to a four year institution. However, the test style …show more content…
I had to get used to the new rules and new format in a short time. Usually, student talk the ACT in their junior year, get the scores back, and have the option to retake it to get a better score. I had to take it in my senior year. Moreover, I did not receive enough assistance from the advisor to get ready and prepare for the test. Therefore, I did not get the score that will allow me to be accepted in to a four year school. All the students, who were graduating with me, applied to colleges and scholarships while I was trying to learn about the ACT test. It was the first time I get a low score on a test, and it was the most important time that I should score high. My choice was to attend a community college. However, based on what student at the high school told me that going to a Community College will lower my chances of getting in to professional school and other false rumors that I believed it. I attended Henry Ford College in 2014, and my main goal was to transfer to another four year school as soon as possible. Most of the schools required 24 transferable credits and an average GPA for the student to be eligible to transfer. However, I wanted to transfer before I have completed the 24 transferable credits because I of the false picture that I have. I had the option to transfer before finishing the 24 credits, but the admission descion will be based on the high school transcripts, ACT, and the college …show more content…
The fact that I was new to the High school and I did not know most of the rules made me more affected by what people told me, believed what they said, and how people think and look at me. Therefore, I thought that going to a community college is wrong descion, even though, it was the best choice. I think that I met the wrong people who guided me. My parents used to tell me that I should not believe what people say and I should not care of what they think. Finally, I learned to do so. After my senior year, I learned not to trust what people say it’s true. Moreover, it gave me strength to always aim high. I think that I am a person who learn in the hard way, therefore, I did not transfer. I got accepted to the transfer, but I wasn’t able to afford the tuition. Learning from experience is the efficient way to success.
Life is a series of experiences that teaches us how to be strong and face obstacles. No person can live without doing mistakes. Without experience there are no mistakes and without mistakes life is not real. Failing the ACT test gave me a fresh start and taught me not to trust what anyone say. The secret is by admitting that you failed and learn from you faults in order not to fall in the same

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