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Irene-Emily156 views

What is the shortest path for a pre med student and what does a high school students who want to go to premed school need to have inorder to go to a prestigious school ?

I am a junior in East chapel hill high and need more clarification in the pre med career path.

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Autumn686 views

How to prepare for the SAT ?

What can I do to prepare for the SAT

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Nidhi803 views

How should I start preparing for the new Digital PSAT/SATs?

I am a rising high school sophomore, currently residing in North Carolina. I plan on taking the PSAT the fall of this school year. I would greatly appreciate any advice on study-tips/materials. Thank you.

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Annie199 views

What is the best way to balance out the best college choice??

What is the best way to balance out the best college choice?

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Audrey1582 views

If you could change anything about your high school outcome, what would it be and why?

Lots of people often regret certain decisions after high school, so what do you wish you could change?

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Jaylin550 views

What is some advice for preparing to pay and go to collage?

I am applying to scholarships with a few websites and and doing community server and I would like to do anything I can to pay and go to collage! I specifically would like to go to school to study in psychology and become a therapist!

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adhyansh787 views

how to prepare for sat to achieve the best score possible?

this year i'm appearing for sat and in alot of pressure. Need your guidance on how could i prepare for it?

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Deandra523 views

Is doing prep pharmacy tech. classes a good way to transfer to biology?

also, are there any book recommendations for an aspiring biologist?

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Erica1151 views

What are some tips to prepare for college applications?

I'm a rising senior and a first generation student. The whole college application feels new to me and it looks like it's a lot. What are some tips that you have?

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kellis676 views

what are good colleges in new York city for nursing

what are good colleges in new York city for nursing

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Jayden598 views

What are good skills I should learn during the summer to prepare myself for when I head to college?

From basic life skills to insights on ways to prepare, I am looking to get as much tips and tricks as possible to help prepare myself for the college lifestyle.

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Daniela504 views

Describe the college application process

#college-application #college-prep

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Daniela528 views

What are some common mistake made in applying to college?

#college #college-prep

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Daniela441 views

What are good colleges to go to in New York?

#college-prep

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Joshua657 views

What is the best free online SAT practice?

I'm a sophomore in high school in Orange County, CA and I'm looking for free and/or low-cost resources and training materials for SAT prep. I have a 3.6 GPA and need particular help in reading comprehension. #SAT #college-prep #college-admissions #studying-tips #irvine

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Jenna833 views

What requirements are needed for a Public Relations Specialist?

I am a sophomore, but I have already decided that I want to focus on Public Relations / Communications. What requirements are needed in high school or college classes for someone interested in Public Relations? #communications #public-relations #college-prep #career-path #requirements

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Jazmin1689 views

What can I do in high school to prepare for a career in wildlife biology?

I want to pursue a career in wildlife biology or conservation biology. At my school, there are extensive programs to prepare students for a career in the medical services, and engineering. There's classes for theatre and visual arts, as well as other performing arts programs, however there does not seem to be anything at my school to expose my to the areas of my interest. Is there something I can do on my own time to get some sort of experience/exposure to wildlife/conservation biology? If so, what? #wildlife-biology #conservation-biology #wildlife-conservation #career-opportunity-and-preparation #college-prep

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Brian640 views

Those attending colleges what can you recommend High school Students?

What are some things a college student or professor, would recommend a high school student to do, or accomplish, before they graduate? #high-school #college #college-admission #college-prep

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Haddy947 views

How do you take a GAP year?

#gap-year #college #graduation #college-prep #life-transitions

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Julia689 views

If I take a Gap Year before college, is it better to apply & accept to a college but delay my start date?

If I take a Gap Year, I've heard that I can still apply to college and accept but tell them I'm going to delay my start once I'm accepted. Is this the best way to go. #gap-year #college #college-prep #college-admissions

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Julia736 views

Is taking a Gap Year a good idea?

I hear pros and cons to taking a Gap Year. I'm not 100% sure on which major I want to take in college and thought it best to give myself time to find out what I like. #gap-year #college #college-prep #college-major #life-transitions

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Tayler1119 views

Should I get a laptop for college?

I know alot of students in college uses the computer for taking notes by putting it on vioce type. Which is really smart but the computer I have is really slow on take notes like that. So should I get a new one or should I keep the one I have? #college #computers #laptops #college-prep

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Edward762 views

What obstacles may I foresee being a non-traditional student and what advice could be given?

I am entering as a non-traditional student and I want to know how should I prepare for college and what advice I should have. #college-advice #college #college-prep

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Montrell885 views

How can an incoming college student best prepare for transitioning from high school to college?

With college less than a year and a half away, I'm beginning to realize that I need to do everything I can to make the transition smooth, but the problem is I don't know where to start. #college #life-transitions #college-prep

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Sarah643 views

What do I need to do in order to get an A in college?

I'm starting college next semester and want to be prepared. #college-prep #college #preparing-for-college

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Karen887 views

How do you find a college that is best fit for you?

I am going into my senior year of high school and need to start preparing for college applications. There are several universities that I have been drawn to, but after doing a ton of research, I could not seem to find a university that offers the whole package. I plan to go into the field of occupational therapy in the future, so when I discovered the 5-year BS/MS OT program, I set my mind on getting into one. Throughout high school, I also focused on maintaining a pretty high GPA to increase my chances in getting accepted into one of the top 30 universities in the United States. Additionally, I am looking into colleges on the East coast so I won't be too far from my family. Of course, recreational facilities, hands-on opportunities, and tuition cost are other big things I look for in a college. To my disclosure, there aren't many options that carry the whole load. When choosing one university, I would have to toss out some of the perks I wanted. How can I find a college that is right for me? #college #university #east-coast #occupational-therapy #gpa #college-selection #college-prep

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Uriah1065 views

Can I Get Some Info About Education Beyond A Bachelor's?

I really want to be a nurse or PA in a specialized field (Hematology), but I can't find a lot of helpful information from Google when I'm looking at education that goes beyond a Bahelor's degree. I need more information, preferably from a Hematologist or Hematology nurse, caseworker, etc. Please help me find more information about the education of the typical Hematologist's PA or nurse. I'd appreciate it, thanks!! #hematology #hematologist #physicians-assistant #PA #nurse #nursing #students-interested-in-career-as-physician-assistants #physicianassistant #physician-assistant #advice #college-advice #college-prep #healthcare

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Micah779 views

What ways are there to improve the chance of receiving a scholarship to pay for school?

One of my tops schools has a high priced tuition. The most likely way I would be able to go to that school is if I earn one of their scholarships such as their Presidential Scholarship. It requires an essay and then a half an hour interview in January so I was wondering if there was any way I could prepare for the interview. I am prepared to work hard for this and I'm looking for ideas to improve my chance of earning this. #scholarships #interviews #college #college-advice #college-admissions #college-bound #college-prep #college-interviews

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Elyza1212 views

What are the chances of winning a scholarship contest?

I've been applying for scholarship after scholarship. I'm fine with writing essays. I just don't want all of my effort to go unnoticed. It's a little stressful. #nailbiting #scholarships #financial-planning #college-prep

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Mounia925 views

How should I prepare for grad school?

I am going into my senior year as an undergrad and am wondering how I should start preparing for grad school? What are the best ways to prepare for grad school? Should I start applying at the start of my senior year? Or should I wait until I am closer to graduation? Should I hold off on applying until I have enough volunteer experience that will be beneficial to my application? #career-path #graduate-school #college-applications #college-prep

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