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How do you know the college you choose is the best place for you?

I'm a senior in high school and because there are so many colleges in the world, I feel overwhelmed by all the possibilities! I want to know how I can feel comforted by the decision I make for the college I go to. #college #helpme #utd

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Ashish’s Answer

Hello dear,

Try your best to get the best college. Wherever you will get admission,accept that. Believe me, more important is your dedication than the college.

If you dedicate yourself in anything you will achieve that,medium does not matter.

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Judy’s Answer

Hi Kendall!

Before you visit look at the research and make sure this is a good fit for you academically, socially and financially. If it is still on your list and you can afford to visit, if it feels good when you visit and once you talk to the kids on campus you likely have a good fit. Then it's up to you to make it work, make sure kids who attend are graduating, and I believe you will succeed! Good luck!

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Jessica’s Answer

Hi Kendall! There are so many options for where you can go to college. I think the easiest way to narrow it down is to try to understand what you want. A few things you could consider:

  1. Do you want to live close to home? Or move somewhere further away to have a new experience?
  2. Do you have a specific field you are interested in studying? If so, do some research on schools that offer that program and have a good reputation and post-graduation employment rate in that field.
  3. Do you want to go to a large school or a smaller school?
  4. Do you want to go to a school with a bigger emphasis on academics or social life?
  5. Would you rather live on campus or commute?


These are just a few things to consider and determine for yourself. Once you know what you are looking for, you can do some research to find schools that match your preferences. I would then encourage you to apply to a few schools and obtain an understanding of the financial requirements and any financial aid that you can obtain.


Once you have considered everything that you are looking for, know where you have been accepted, and understand the financial obligation, you will have all the information you need to feel confident in making the decision that is best for you.


Good luck now and into the future!

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