Being an Introvert in College The Good and the Bad

Being an Introvert in College The Good and the Bad

August 26, 2019 2 By Stanley Isaacs


Being an Introvert in College (The Good and
the Bad) College is the place where there are more
and more people in different looks and attitudes. Unlike elementary schools or high schools,
college has more challenges for their students especially for introverts. The saturated environment sometimes makes
introverts feel isolated. However, some college students manage to survive,
and it is because there are some good and the bad things about being introvert. The good 1. Your score is better
Being introverts mean you does not have to join any activity that wastes your time for
your priority. As student, I bet introverts believe that
they value scores better than anything else. Luckily, college offers such flexibility and
you basically can join activities that support your ideal condition with your progress in
the college. That means, your score can be improved significantly
because you just don’t participate random gatherings. 2. You don’t get into trouble
Compared to your extroverted friends, you rarely join a cause with your friends to fight
against bureaucracy. This keeps you safe from irresponsible people
who don’t have heart to put you into jails. Moreover, you will also not go into brawls
with others which will only hurt yourself and other. 3. You can earn scholarship
Yes, it is another perk that you can get from being introverts. We all know that introverts are strategically
picky. They only choose people who bring the best
benefits in their life, and they always try to find that kind of person everywhere they
live. That includes people who can offer information
or even access to scholarship. This allows the introverts, with their intelligence,
to get chance for scholarship. The bad 1. You don’t have many friends
Having many friends is quite beneficial especially in the college world. The reason is because you can learn many things
from them. You also can get help and information quicker
which allows you to perform both academically and personally better. Unfortunately, being introverts means losing
such privilege. Fortunately, you still can make a friend with
those Ambiverted friends as bridge to communicate with others. 2. You are ignored
There are some points when you are completely ignored. One of them is absolutely when you are having
group discussion since they don’t want to bother you. The next thing to consider is when there is
a group party. You will be left behind until someone stands
up and suggest the otherwise. You are often ignored, and you will feel alone
sometimes. However, you are not afraid of being alone. It is not that bad, but it makes you feel
lonely sometimes. 3. You miss important events
Introverts are usually left behind or ignored. As consequence, they will not obtain updated
information about certain events. Additionally, people also do not want to ask
the introverts anyway. The reason is simply because introverts usually
will say they won’t go. That is why friends don’t want to give the
information altogether. Even so, there are still some friends who
give the information especially those who consider you as close friends. There is always someone who helps you regardless
of how introvert you are. Well, that’s all of the Being an Introvert
in College (The Good and the Bad). So, what do you think about this? Please share your thoughts and experiences
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