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From my experience of attending conferences and sleeping in dormitories where nobody knows each other, and also from advice given by my friends at college, I have come to understand that the relationship between the student and his or her roommate is a very important factor in how well the student adapts to college life. Although the majority of international students will find it hard to adapt to new, multi-cultural surroundings, I am a minority.
An important factor in relationships is conscientiousness. However, there are times when one accidentally hurts others feelings. Even though I am one of the top chemists in my year, I sometimes make slip ups. Many students would simply do nothing about it and hope that they get better on the next test without serious revision. However, if I get below a level 6 in my IB chemistry test, I would be disturbed for days, evaluating what went tragically wrong. For the next test, I would revise for days to compensate for the low marks from my previous assessment. This is comparable to my treatment of friendship; if I unintentionally hurt my friends by offending their beliefs and values, I never leave the relationship to deteriorate further. Instead, I would make up for the harm by apologizing, and taking him or her out for a meal.
Although I envy local Koreans for their purely Korean setting, I always remain proud of my truly international background. As a result, I have interacted with people from a variety of cultures. Stanford is an international university that has students from around the world and so my roommate will no doubt be a non-Korean. Because of my rich experience of communicating with people from all around the world, enjoying college with my roommate will come as nothing close to a genuine challenge.
Please check on whether my edited version is OK. Any types of additional comments welcome!