Narrative Essay Examples for College

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  • Personal Narrative: Entering College As A Student

    Entering college as a student with little to no guidance of what to expect, made my transition remotely difficult. My mother completed two years of college, and my brother failed his first semester and dropped out of college, which made me curious as to what challenges I would face in this new environment. My first year I received a C and C+ in History and Pre-calculus respectfully. I was naive in the truth that I should have used office hours to solidify my understanding in these classes. My…

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  • King's College: Personal Narrative Analysis

    Statement of Intent: In this piece I intend to write about my four and a bit years at King's College, from the struggles of being a year nine boarder to the successes of being a senior while following how I developed as a student. My main target audience is new students to King's College while a wider audience may include people interested in my life at King's. King's College... Thomas Elia-Abbot has arrived, with nerves of excitement I say to my self "I'm going to give this my best shot". As…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Future College

    it came to applying for colleges and universities. However, doing so was very tedious; long, stressful nights were dedicated to researching and weighing all my college options. That is, until I started to realize how many resources there were to help me narrow down my choices. These tools and resources aided me in eventually choosing the right college path for me. The first tool I used was a website called Niche.com, a ranking and reviewing site for K-12 schools, colleges, and even…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career In A Community College

    two english classes, two history classes, electives and math all on top of that, I didn't know what stress was before this year. On top of my college searching and registering for community college classes I decided to get another job! I have worked since I was 16 years old and so far I’ve had 4 jobs. One job I’ve kept consistently but I figured with college, I would need more money so i recently got a job at starbucks too. Now I work about every weekday including Sundays at starbucks and I…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career As A College Athlete

    prepare myself for the inevitable: what comes after high school? I knew that I would go to college, I just did not know what college. I knew I wanted to obtain a bachelor's degree, I just did not know what to major in. I knew being a student athlete would be difficult, I just did not realize how difficult it really is. My entire high school career I heard how stressful, time consuming, and expensive college was but I did not realize how true that was until I got on campus. However, I was able…

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  • Personal Narrative: How To Get Into College

    An important goal I would like to achieve in the next few years would be getting into college. Either starting with online classes or taking a step to go to a campus. Taking my ACT, talking with a counselor, and applying for classes are three steps that I need to take to get into college. First, the most important part of passing your ACT is having a study guide to follow and knowing the layout of the test. The ACT has certain dates and different locations where you can take the test. There is…

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  • Personal Narrative: Keep Attending College

    No one in my entire family went to college so I am on my own. Growing up there was not always enough money to eat let alone save for college. The idea that some one from my family was going to attend college was way beyond any ones mind. I am paying for college by myself and acquiring extreme debt along the way. Any amount of money that I do not have to worry about coming up with is an enormous help. I am striving for goals that seem impossible from where I came from. Being the first to embark…

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  • Personal Narrative: Where To Go To College

    deciding where to attend college, packing up most of my belongings and moving to a new place with all new people that were so different from where I grew up, I felt exactly like the description in Learn for the Love of God when it says, “I only knew that something exciting and a little terrifying was beginning” (Opitz and Melba 2). My actual expectations for the University of Northwestern, St. Paul were few, but my worries, questions and concerns seemed to be countless. Would college classes be…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Moving In College

    August 14th, the day when it really hit me that I would be moving into college in one week. Up until that point I was really really excited! Although I was still excited the nerves started to kick in, I felt that I was not prepared to start a whole new chapter of my life and that there was still so many things that I needed to do, so honestly I started to panic a little bit, but that is just between me and you, no one else knew that I was stressing so bad. The Monday before move in day comes…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Transitioning Into College

    Coming into college was a scary thought. I was one of those students who loved high school and would not have changed any of it for the world. I came from a small high school in South Dakota. So, coming into college and having thousands of people compared to maybe two hundred in the whole school was a drastic change. I graduated with a class of thirty-two and that is only because we have four foreign exchange students. Transitioning into college was a huge change that I was not ready for. I have…

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