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How different is college and high school?

I have been attending the same charter school for over 9 years. Transitioning into a new environment is going to be harder on me because I've grown up and gotten used to certain people for half of my life. I just want to be prepared and know what to expect before I go into college. #person

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Wael’s Answer

There is no difference! You are still going to attend classes, do home work, write papers, and do exams. Classes are going to be way larger though especially in your freshman and sophomore years.

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Robin’s Answer

There is a significant difference: High School is your final preparation for college. Your class load, the way in which you approach your class load, the way you study and do homework helps to prepare you for college. Establishing practices to help you to succeed happens in high school. Once you get to college you should be well prepare to do homework, prepare for term papers, prepare for test all because you set a plan for yourself with the help of your counselors and teachers in high school.

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