To all the grade 12 students that are interested in coming to Queen’s or have already been accepted: The Queen’s Leadership Excellence and Development Conference (QLEAD) Executive Team has compiled a series of blog posts to help get you stoked, and also prepared for university. We have discussed our biggest question marks coming into university, and these posts intend on bringing you the answers to these pressing questions! If you have any questions you'd like tackled, let us know at information@qleadofficial.com!

Advice for your Final Year

Grade 12 was definitely one of the best years of my life! Some of you may have been with the same peers for 12 years like I had, or maybe just for a few. Regardless, this is the last year you will be spending 9am-3pm with the same group of people, so here is some advice to best enjoy it! 1. HAVE A CONVERSATION WITH SOMEONE NEW EACH DAY One of the hardest parts about University is that you won’t see a lot of your classmates from high school again! If I could go back, I would try my best to meet someone new every day. Whether you ask an acquaintance how their week has been or you strike up a conversation with the new student in homeroom – it never hurts to make a new friend! Every student in h

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