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05/09/2018


If you're graduating high school, there's one big question that you need to tackle "where will you go to college?" To help you answer it, read the post below.

How to Choose the Perfect College for You

  1. The first thing to do is to think about your interests and abilities. If you don't know what to major in, have an idea of what you want so you can choose a college that suits it.
  2. You should also take into account what you'd like and need to do while you're in college. For example, if you act, look for a school with a strong drama club.
  3. Something that can influence the college selection process significantly is the financial aspect. Know how you'll afford college and how much college you can afford.
  4. Following the criteria established above, create a shortlist with the top 5 contenders.
  5. Once you have your list, research the schools that made it into it. Try to be as informed as possible, so you can make the best decision for you.
  6. An important part of this process is to visit the campuses and towns. Experience them, get to know them personally, and sense their vibe.
  7. A big benefit a college can give you is offering you a chance to network. To know if a school has a strong network, search their staff and alumni.
  8. While you may research the schools as much as you can, interviewing teachers, alumni, and current students will give you the clearest idea of what going there is like.
  9. If you're stuck between 2 or 3 contenders, a pros and cons list can clear up your mind, as it will allow you to organize and compare their information.
  10. Lastly, don't forget about your gut feeling. Ultimately, choose a college that you like, that suits you, and where you know you'll feel comfortable.

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