10 April, 2009

ARE YOU REALLY READY FOR TERTIARY?

Finally, it has come where one is done with teachers fussing over not handed in projects, having incomplete homework, arriving late for school, getting demerits for misconduct, having to attend detention and the ridiculous school uniforms some of us had to wear, it is all over. Even though high school was much of a bore there were also good times and highlights such as, having many friends, functions and fundraisers and most people’s favourite, the matric dance and the after party. This may be all good and gone but one has not really had the time to sit down and think to themselves “am I really ready for tertiary?”. Seeing your name in the newspaper, at the end of your matric year, one has a sigh of relief that they are officially done with school, but not knowing what lies ahead at tertiary.


There is stress built up on while looking for your “ideal” tertiary institution which best suits your needs and personality. Once you find the institution you want, you are quite amazed at what you find along the way, as there are many challenges that you never expected to see and get quite nervous and tense. University may build you up or break you down it all boils down to what you believe in and what type of people you associate yourself with and what type of goals and standards you have set for yourself to succeed.

6 comments:

Nadi-09 said...

are you ready for tertiary? i know i am. i have waited forever to go to vasity and when i got there i loved it, oh and still love it. you will never be ready until you say i am ready.

SimCard said...

I would like to think that our time at University is for making friends; getting a bit drunk, and getting all excesses from our systems.
One has to read of course. But it would be disastrous if you spent all your time in the Computer Labs, and then started going to nightclubs at 40 or 45. Now that would be a sight!

Ongezwa-09 said...

Some people never reach a stage where they can say they are ready. Even those who are already at varsity they dont know what they are doig there.Its sad

Chwayitisa 09 said...

Yho taking us back in time there Samu, but you are right. There are some and amazing suprisese along the way, and for me you were one of them. You are too cool for school. thank you for a great week mcwa.

Future Journalists Programme said...

Make hay while the sun shines. To be interpreted here as play while you are still young and study even when you are hung! Use it, don't use it...lol

Masebe-09 said...

'know what Samu with God in presence anything can happen in this life.Don't let anything distract you or else you will lose it. Hard work brings success and you must always remember that.