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Paul Dziadik

Choosing a college which you'll spend the next few years of you life around is tough! To choose a college I would suggest it to be one which consists of a your major you picked! If you haven't done this yet think of what interests you and draws to your attention! In your first one or two years in college you'll likely take general courses or prerequisites to the next higher couses needed. During this time if you find something that catches your attention and interest look into it! And see if you can apply your unknown degree towards it! Do you know generally what you do or do NOT want to study? I ask this because my next suggestion would be simple process of elimination! To dumbs things down to math, science, history and go from there!! Choose your college that you might be able to get scholarships or grants for. And choose a college in in an area that is interesting to you as well!!!
Paul

Answered 2 years ago

Paul Dziadik
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Danielle Reff

You must look at a multiple number of things in a college. Class sizes, location, any sports teams you might be interested in viewing, a major you desire to pursue, and the cost of the college.

Answered 3 years ago

Danielle Reff
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Jennifer Hall

Some people prefer the ivy leagues, some prefer a religious institution. I would first take into consideration finances,. Are you able to pay out of pocket, or will you be getting Student Aid. Next, make sure you are clear on what dept. you want to attend. I would suggest getting an associates in general studies if you are not quite sure. You can pretty much take any classes your heart desires with a few core classes. Do you want to study the arts or do you want to study business.

Answered 3 years ago

Jennifer Hall