Hello everyone! It’s Aya. Today, I’d like to give you some tips for those who are interested in studying abroad. There are just my opinions so please don’t take them literary. Anyways, let’s get started!
Firstly, I put some my opinions about school work.
Through this studying abroad, I became aware that adhering to get A in every single class is nothing but your self-satisfaction. That is not the point to focus on. You ought to think over what you can do to make the most this rare opportunity to improve your English and what is truly important to you. The only thing you have to keep in your mind is unless you don’t get D or F on your grade, then you are fine. But I know this doesn’t work in some schools like teachers gives you tons of homework and you don’t get around to doing your stuffs. If you would get in that circumstance, you can talk to your counselor and I believe she or he is going to help you out. I am very well aware share with you that there are lots of people who may support your studying abroad life.
Second is how I did make friends. It might be your most concern.
The thing that I can confident to say is that you should join any clubs. I’m suck at sports but I challenged soccer, swimming and tennis. I really enjoyed every single moment of those activities even though I was doing not ok. ( I mean terrible)
It was such good opportunities to make friends and I can’t talk to you my exchange without this.
Lastly, I want to say that if you are going to study abroad this year or yearning to go near your future, you had better study super hard. Some say that it doesn’t matter how much you’ve been studying English in your country and it is how much you’ve done your best during the stay that counts. But I absolutely don’t believe so. I mean, of course it’s really important to do your best during your stay, but you’ll have been going through rough period if you go to America or Canada regardless of you’re ill-prepared. You should ask yourself to find why you chose this way and what’s the purpose by putting your head down.
Thank you so much for reading and hopefully I’ll see you guys in my next report!