When it comes to high school, our greatest regrets are not thinking more about the future and not spending more time studying, according to a survey conducted by

  • 63% of U.S. adults said if they could do over their high school years, they would think ahead about the future and college, while 61% said they would study harder and get better grades.
  • When adults look back on their high school years, the majority said they had one of two priorities: socializing or studying.
  • 31% admitted their top priority in high school was their social life and spending time with friends, although studying to get good grades was a close second with 28%.
  • Looking back, many think their studies would have improved under the guidance of an inspiring teacher or mentor. 53% of adults say they wish they had found a teacher or mentor who believed in them and inspired them.


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