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How do i schedule for college?

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Thank you comment icon Hello,shakira Please, ask you these questions and put percentage for one What do you want in the future? What is the field you like? What is the priority of you ( location ,cost , study type)? Asmaa Ata

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Eileen’s Answer

If your question instead is about how to arrange your schedule once accepted to a college please know that they, (Faculty, Registration, administration and counselors) are all there to help you and assist as you schedule your classes. There is a lot to keep in mind including your chosen major and which classes you might need to get underway first. Don't be afraid to reach out in advance to get an idea of ......

1. Required classes or prerequisites - what are they?
2. Times those classes/courses are offered and how to sign up, when can I sign up in order to put my full schedule together.
3. 'Early bird gets the worm' - sign up as early as possible, don't get shut out due to class size limits (thus need to wait till next semester/quarter).
4. Take advantage of any advanced placement test out prior to college and make sure college gets those records to apply credit, (money saver).
5. Check and recheck your sign up/schedule. Be sure you have the classes you need as you start college and move toward your selected major.

Best of luck and don't be afraid to ask the questions.
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Nandini’s Answer

Hello Shakira,

Assuming you are looking to guidance for helping you manage your college schedule, I would look to these steps for helping you find your tempo.

1. Create a routine - While I was in college, the first thing that helped me was creating a routine. I created a timetable for myself that had everything from class schedules, time to cook, see/ talk to my family, friend times, party times, and of course the crucial sleep time.
2. Time to study - Set aside more time than you think you need for studying. Inevitable, something will interrupt your study sessions - so I would set aside more time than I think I need so I am mentally prepared
3. Do not multi task - Based on personal experience, neither of your tasks will be completed to your satisfaction
4. Set goals for the day and work towards it.
5. Me time - A very important step in college. Spend some time by yourself mediating or doing something you love.

Hope my answers help you out. Have a great rest of your day!
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Fernando’s Answer

If it's with regards to scheduling your classes I recommend signing for the classes you want as early as possible. If there are classes that are held at hours you like go for it, having a schedule you feel comfortable with helps to keep your interest. When making your daily schedule be sure to give yourself some free time in between classes. It may be tempting to try and power through your classes to finish the day early, but this shouldn't come at the cost of burning yourself out. When scheduling be make sure that most if not all of your classes for the day are either in the morning or afternoon. This makes it easier to when it comes to the daily routing and giving yourself free time.
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J’s Answer

Hello Shakira,

I am going to make a few assumptions if you do not mind. I am going to assume that you are asking about how you would apply for college. I would suggest that you take a look at the colleges and universities that are of interest to you. Ask yourself the following questions:

1. Does the school have the major area in which I am interested?
2. Does the school have other majors in which I am interested?
3. Does the school have extracurricular activities in which I am interested?
4. What are the costs? Housing, tuition, and other fees
5. What types of support services are available to students? Most colleges, for example, have a career center, counseling center, tutoring services, health services, dining services, and wellness center.

Once you have explored the institution's website, arrange a conversation with the admissions office. The staff in the admissions office will walk you through the application process as well as help you connect with financial aid. Also, ask to speak with students, and get their perspective.

I hope this helps. Feel free to ask additional questions.
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