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How to best prepare for college

Posted by Adam

Preparing for college can seem like a difficult process but the earlier you begin planning for college the easier it will be to go to college. I first began thinking about college in 9th grade and met with my school counselor to discuss what classes to take in order to meet college admissions requirements. I also went to my school’s College and Career Center to learn more about different colleges. My advice would be to start preparing early!


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Be Prepared and Do Your Research!

Posted by Jade

Greetings students! So happy you stopped by the HTGTC Blog! Going to college is a big commitment and with that comes huge rewards! As a student who has completed college and is now in graduate school, I am delighted to share my tips on how you can best prepare. The keyword I am going to stress to you is simple: PREPARE!

 

Here are a few tips you can all use on your journey to college:

 

Do your research—look into schools that interest you and explore their major options. Keep in mind how aligned each college and its majors are with your own personal, academic, and career goals. Visit college websites for starters and take a campus tour of any school that really jumps out at you. Also, note all deadlines for each school, not only for admission, but for scholarships and financial aid information. A good example of one tool you can use for college preparation, planning, and applying is www.CSUmentor.edu

 

Also, be responsible for yourself and stay informed! In college, you won’t always have mom, dad, and teachers staying on you about handling your business. You have to be responsible for you, and develop self-discipline. Take control of your education now and I promise you won’t regret it!


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How to Prepare for College

Posted by Matthew

The best way to prepare for college is to learn how to be self-sufficient. When you get to college, you’re an adult and the professors treat you like one. If you can learn how to stay organized, meet deadlines and study all on your own (without your parents telling you to!) then you’ll be in good shape for college life. I recommend a weekly planner and actually using it. Plan out your semester in the first week and you’ll thank yourself later.


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