Help for ya, also its a good idea to ask your local council about available help. When I was having a rough time at home I asked for advice about leaving and they sent me to a charity that got me a lot of help. I'd strongly recommend it if you have any difficulties. You're welcome to ask me for advice - Louise yasmin.
As a college student I 100% agree! Also never leave home without a bottle of water and a phone charger, Use ratemyprofessor.com, Make sure you sell back or rent textbooks, and show up early to the first day of class having read the syllabus (it gives the teacher a great impression and could save you in the long run). Also check each teacher's office hours and don't feel too shy to take advantage. From my experience teachers love getting to talk and help you
Your villain plays the most important role in your story. Yep, more important than your hero. That means you must go beyond the cliches when developing your villain, because generic platitudes such as maniacal laughter, minions and monologues are standard issue. But don’t panic if your villain possesses these stock traits. Even the most celebrated villains are littered with cliches. Look no further than Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter series and The Joker from The Dark Knight.