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WHICH COLLEGE IS FOR YOU?
Selecting a college takes time, patience, and diligence. With more than 3000 schools to choose from, the idea of finding a "perfect" college seems overwhelming. I encourage you to start with an open mind and soon your choices of colleges will narrow down to 10-5 schools. Each college should be a place where you are happy, satisfied, productive, and challenged. Each must represent a carefull and thorough consideration.

SELF-ASSESSMENT
Before you start to look at any collges, you must first begin to think about yourself and what YOU want from a collge experience.

TAKE THE SELF-ASSESSMENT


YOUR PREFERENCES: college size, location, atmosphere, curriculum
You should also think about what you prefer...
  • a particular location or section of the country?
  • an urban, suburban or rual environment?
  • a small college (3,000 students or less), medium (3,000-10,000), large (10,000-20,000), or very large (over 20,000 students)?
  • a collge with moderate academic demands? moderatley intense? intense?
  • a coed or single-sex school?
  • a liberal arts college? a collge offering specific training? a colleg with many curriculum choices? tradition curriculum? a non-tradtional?
  • a collge with a competitive athletics program?


After you have asked these questions of yourself you are ready to take the next step and continue your college research!!!

CONTINUE YOUR COLLEGE RESEARCH!





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