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I would say to really go for the college that focuses on your major. Stay a little close to home but not too close. And def...
I would say to really go for the college that focuses on your major. Stay a little close to home but not too close. And definitely be social. The connections you make in college are likely to stick with you forever. Go to parties, school events, anything to get your foot in the door.
I think my school is located in a great place. Some would argue that there isn't much to do here, but I think it's a peaceful place. It has all the stores and restaurants one person could ever need. Plus, there are great things to do here. People just need to know where to look.
It's a lot more quiet than Los Angeles, which is where I'm originally from. A lot more cleaner too. It really does feel like a college town.
The advice I would give is that you should make up your mind about going to college first and when you are thinking about cho...
The advice I would give is that you should make up your mind about going to college first and when you are thinking about choosing a college you should definitely visit it and see what the atmosphere is like. See if it's some place you would like to stay. You should definitely check out the tuition and expenses and see if your college has great financial aid options and see if they are truly willing to work with you. Realize that there are many things that go on in your college that you might not be ready for or prepared to handle, but don't sweat it because there should be a balance and a place you can "escape" to if things get to hectic. Don't be afraid to try new and interesting things, like joining your major's department club and get involved.
I think that any kind of person could attend here. It's very diverse and even though there is a lot more partying than not there are still places you can go and people you can be with who are more sober and academically focused. It is a very good school.
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