Famous Last Words... For Freshmen
By Jayce Dean Scott

Famous Last Words
Famous Roommates
Term Paper Examples
Essay Writing
Student Budget Survival
Automotive Supplement
Student Account of
WTC Attack
Thoughts on Sept 11
About School:
Choosing Classes
Major Dilemma
Senior to Freshman
Dr. Ruth's Guide to College
Top 10 Ways to Better Grades
Distance Learning
College Lingo 1 & Part 2
Meeting People
Hot Sauce Revolution
Burgler Proofing
Winning Attitude
Cruising USA
Destination Amsterdam
Area 51
Weight Loss
Cold & Flu
Pet Allergies
Dog & Cat Allergies
Premiere Weekend
Career & Job
Job Search
Big Foot

Continued: Famous Last Words: Here are some words of wisdom for freshmen...
“I set my alarm.”
“You hold it and I will light the fuse.”
PLEASE, don’t try this one at home.
“I took my pill, right?”
Whatever pill/medication it was…you better hope you took it.
“I was told that this course was easy.”
Grade school was easy now you are taking a course in the economics of Medieval Europe.
“I will call you later.”
Friends, family or significant others…they are all easy to forget or accidentally blow off.
“I will clean up later.”
Roommates love to hear this one.
“I will get an early start on the semester's reading.”
Tomorrow that is…
“I won't call him or her.”
Direct opposite of the above call you later. This one involves a potential date or fight with a significant other. It comes down to battle of willpowers really.
“I'll buy him/her a new bag of chips tomorrow…they won't notice.”
I saw many a roommate brawl over an empty bag of Nacho Cheese Doritos.
“I'll go see my academic advisor next week.”
Did you know the collegiate average for when a student first meets their academic advisor is sometime in the SENIOR year and usually to find out if or when they can graduate?
“I'll just borrow their notes.”
Of course they goes on the assumption that the person you borrow them from is not a Neanderthal student with a 1.8 GPA.
“I'll take better notes next time.”
With that attitude you might as well buy them.

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Author Jayce Dean Scott has over 15 years' experience as a College Advisor, Educational Consultant, and Public Speaker. He has worked with over 4,000 students with organizational leadership, career
counseling, crisis mediation and college lifestyle coaching. He has
also been the author of over 150 non-profit fiscal development
proposals for organizations ranging from the Houston Symphony to the
National Endowment for the Arts.



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