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how school places are different?

like when does it start to upgrade compare to college?

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Hi, Phong! If you're asking how schools are different from each other, there is a lot to consider. There is school size, for instance. A large school probably has a large variety of programs, clubs, and types of people. A small school might offer a smaller class size, which means the teachers can give more time to students individually. Also, each school has different programs and program quality; one school might be known for business while another is known for art. Socially, some schools might be known for sports, while others are known for Greek life. Another big factor students look at when choosing a school is its location. There are schools in major cities and those that are in a rural setting. There schools that have sunny and warm weather year round, while there are also those with harsh winters.

However, if you're asking how college is different from high school, then there are also a lot of things to think about. College students have a lot more independence. Students get to pick their classes (to an extent), need to reach out for help on their own when it's needed, and make sure they study and do homework in a way that works for them. The workload in college also changes. While you might only be in classes for a few hours a day, there is a lot more work that goes into research, reading, studying, homework, and projects that has to be done outside of class. If you live on campus of a four-year college, you are living at school, which means you are surrounded by school programs and students all the time. College is the next step to a career, so internships, networking, and part-time jobs can also be a part of life, depending on what you would like to do.
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