The month is Marching by and those decision letters are going to start trickling in. Some will have good news, others will have disappointment. Perhaps the best advice I can think of is the same I was told the first time on an airplane, “whatever is going to happen is going to happen,” and chances are you really can’t control what’s going to happen. Worrying is not going change what those letters say.
For some the news is going to be bittersweet. There is perhaps no feeling just like learning you have been accepted into a school that isn’t affordable. While disheartening, there is probably hope if you continue to look for scholarships from other sources and talk to the financial aid office. If you are good enough for a school to accept you, then chances are they will do what is reasonably possible in their view to help you.
Seniors, this is your last semester, but it’s still important. Some of the books I read last year around this time were important to my development. In essence, I’m saying, do your work. This semester IS important. It’s also not only a good time to see your friends but to have great conversations with your teachers. This is the time that they will open up to you and you might just find one that is a terribly fascinating person who you didn’t think was before. Anyway, that’s all for now, but good luck!