4 reasons i would like to spend a year in the gap

I went to the university with little-to-no idea that I was going to study, and I decided that a few hours before the confirmation. There was just something at the university that I didn' t think I had another chance. I mean, it's that I seem to have worked my whole life. That's why I ran into him. I was sitting in my desk looking at my laptop, and I almost decided on a completely different subject than what I'm doing right now. And while you don't have to regret what you've chosen from your life, I cannot but surprise you

If you are not familiar with this term, then a pass year if you are not familiar with the term, is essentially taking a year after the end of secondary school to pursue other interests, such as work

I can keep thinking, even if I can't change the past. However, I may be able to help you with future life choices. Whether you think that the year of the breakup is for you or not, there are several reasons why I think that flight out of the year is probably a good idea

I knew I wanted to study English literature, but I have no idea what I can do to the degree. All I know is that I have to read books and then talk about them.

If I had chosen a year's pass, I would have had time to study and study what the university of my choice had to offer. And I don't need two years to finally find my second base. I wouldn't have had to borrow at summer school and take a no more full course in the last year. To have some time and space before writing a post-secondary system would offer me an opportunity to take a closer look at what I'm walking into. You can change the time, if necessary, and save much more time

Time was a real struggle for my first year at the university. Between the speed of the approaching deadline, the meadam and the late night-night, I always felt the time slipping away from me. From the level of predictability in high school, I felt that a four-page essay should be completed at a bus stop a few minutes before it was done (true). I rarely had time to practice my hobby, or to participate fully in the extractions. I joined the student clubs too late, and I barely participated in any meetings

Everyone felt that they were in a hurry

The year can only be broken when you need to paint, join the softball team, or make up for an omission in Netflix. Then, when you start your first semester, you can feel a little more relaxed than you come home from a family trip three days before the start of class (another right story)

I didn' t work this summer to the university because I believed that I deserved some time from the high wind that was in high school. And that is why I have interfered in the university life as a nearly bankrupt, inexperienced student who has no money in his name. And with a sudden increase in homework at the university level, I felt I didn' t know how to run and learn at the same time

The gap year allows you to try various works, earn money for pocket expenses, and use some experience in your resume. The landing of a good job can help you even in planning your future choice. This will help you determine what you really want to examine, or what work you want to do in the long term

I don't like to say "if" all the time, but

Journey is one of the best ways to do this. It also allows you to learn more about yourself and get a sense of independence-two important qualities that you should have before the beginning of the university. Travel also offers opportunities for work/volunteering in other countries. Besides, if you plan to study at the international level, it will give you an idea of what it's like to be away from home. Perhaps you'll just find the country you really want to explore further, and perhaps study it there

I didn' t have a year break between school and university. And while I'm grateful for my university experience, I'm sorry I don't look at the timing of my career

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Halach is a writer and editor with passion for art, books and trains. She's an expert on trains