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  • Dropping out of high school.
  • Well, skipping class with the big kids. Smoking on school property, getting bad with the principal and almost getting sent to a juvenille school. I was pretty bad in school and didn't apply myself....but now I got a good job and certified in medical studies.
  • Not making as much advantage of it as I could have. I did abit too much partying and goofing off and wasted money and also did not learn alot of things I wish I had learned then.
  • I wasted my time on the wrong girl.
  • I regret not taking it seriously. I really was more worried about my social life instead of my academics. I know if I would have stayed in college, I would be in a better position financially than I am now. Not that I'm not grateful for what I have now and not that I'm scraping the bottom of the barrel... I could just be in a better position.
  • not pushing myself to do better
  • Wish I had applied myself more than just listening in class. Should have took books home and studied. Wish I had gone to college.
  • I behaved TOO well in high school. I took all honors and advanced placement classes, I was a straight A student, I always did my homework, I never skipped a class and had perfect attendace all four years, I graduated sixth in my class, I participated in several clubs and was in the marching band all four years, and I never drank or smoked. I was too concerned with grades to have much of a social life. All of my friends from high school were in the marching band and the only parties I ever went to were birthday parties with parental supervision. I am currently a college sophomore and I haven't really changed since high school except that I am no longer in marching band and I am not involved in as many clubs as I was in high school.
  • I can't say i have many regrets. I guess it would be not having enough fun and not doing enough extra study. Honestly, School was great!
  • I regret that I didn't study abroad.
  • Not having enough crazy student times. My college years were hard working. I enjoyed the study and always have but I should have had more fun
  • I hated it and all I wanted to do was get out of there. It wasn't that I was dumb (except in the sewing class), but I didn't fit in socially.
  • High school--I wish I had been bolder socially. College--I wish I hadn't waited to go.
  • For thinking that my friends and party life were more important than my education. Once I pulled my head out of my a** I was a straight A student. I wish I would have done that be for I got pregnant. But hey hind sight is 20/20 right
  • that i was so shy and didn't have many friends and that i really didn't have a good time. i certainly don't have good memories.
  • Not finding a wife. And not working harder in getting a good out of college job with my degree.
  • I regret not hanging out with my friends more..once you hit high school you get pulled into the girl thing...and now looking back I wish I had my mind on hanging out and not dating
  • Category: "finding someone to date"; the answer lies within the question.
  • well i really wish i didnt hang around the wrong crowd cause it got me in lots of trouble.well,i never graduated till i was 26 and didnt take college classes till 26.So pretty much i really wish i would of graduated on time and hung out with the right people.
  • I wish I hadn't been in such a rush to "get it all over with" and graduate.
  • G'day Anonymous, Thank you for your question. I don't have many regrets in high school. However, I wished that I had been kinder at times. Regards
  • I'm still in highschool, but one thing I regret right now is not being as social as I could have been, I'm more of a shy individual.
  • Luke Harriman...yum, yum, yum.
  • not trying harder. but i still have a chance to make that up.
  • Spending the first 3 years worrying about what others thought of me if I done something that was out of the norm. I wish I would have had more confidence to approach or not reject the cute guys. I was always worried about everyone knowing my business so I wouldn't date guys I went to school with. Was always afraid they would tell their buds & smear my name. Kinda wish I would've took the chance now. Passed up some good guys
  • I wish I didn't focus so much on grades and was more social. I figured that out second semester senior year, but I missed out on alot of fun :(
  • high school-not punching a fair few b/4 i left college-failing out of my english class my 1st semester.
  • High School - Being more sociable outside of school, i always hung with the same group, ppl i love of course, but in a tight all girls school of 500 its important to explore the world outside.. and boys :P College - Im in college and last semester it would have been not being more social but im correcting that now =)!
  • Going there.
  • That I didn't ask out Jessica McClusky.
  • Should have tried harder in High School knowing the effects of my scholarship funding for college. Being more outgoing and making more friends to have a more social/eventful high school career.
  • That I didn't apply myself better to my studies, and didn't focus on a career. I spent to much time looking for attention as a class-clown, but was also a bit of a loner. I got through H.S. by the skin of my teeth(after an additional semester.) Now I'm 40 and still don't know what I want to be if I grow up.
  • My insecurity. I wish I had the confidence I do now.
  • Passing up booty I should have had.
  • Well, in high school, I should NOT have listened to my mother. I won't have that problem in college though, Ive learned to be my own person and not take her crazy rantings to heart.
  • When I was in my second year of college I wanted to study abroad at our school's sister campus in England. But, of course, I wanted to go when my boyfriend at the time was going as well. I had my application complete, my essay written; all I had to do was turn it in to see if I would be accepted. Last minute, he decides he wants to go the following year instead, so I didn't bother applying. Ended up breaking up with him, transfering to a better college and didn't end up studying abroad. However, I visited my best friend when she was studying abroad in Germany and I got a taste of what I missed out on. If I ever go to college again I will study abroad; regardless if I'm even married with kids at that point!
  • Not applying myself more. I was a B/C student throughout the 4 years, without ever really studying. If I could go back, I would skip less and go to class more and apply myself to studying a bit more.
  • not attending! i was not a good hs student...if i could go back i would certainly change that.
  • Not having listened to my parents.
  • That I didn't punch Renee' in the nose when I had the chance.
  • Attending.

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