Career questions tagged out-of-state

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Mina373 views

What is something you wish you knew before moving states for college?

I am currently 17 and enrolled in High-school. I’ve been having a few questions but most of them just seem out of the air. Is there anything that you would’ve liked to hear like residency, financial assistance, scholarships etc?

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Levi337 views

Should I go to college in state or out of state?

Should I pay the extra fee for out of state tuition? I live in Minnesota

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Jonathan497 views

What are some ways I could have a free ride to college?

Im interested in a trending a college far from home. My family does not have the funds.

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trevaire722 views

is it better to stay in your own state for college or to go somewhere else

#out-of-state

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Brandon655 views

Whats the best state for real estate

I want to go to college and then move to a different state that has the best openings for real estate #out-of-state #college

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What are the benefits and detriments of going to a college/university in your state in comparison to attending one out-of-state?

I am in my junior year of high school and am on the search of the college of my dreams. I am planning to attend a university in Pennsylvania because it is not too close and not too far from my home state of New Jersey. I am getting a bit tired of my current city location and think it will be great to go outside of my comfort zone to somewhere in the countryside. Which would be best for me? #college #university #out-of-state #in-state

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Mary940 views

Which option would be best?

I'm having trouble deciding where to go to college. Excluding the costs, I want to go out of state. But I also had an idea that maybe I should go to college in-state first for the first 4 years then go to college out of state for grad...And I'd like to get out of my comfort zone and become a mature and independent woman...But I'm not sure which is best. Because if I choose to go with the idea I had, I'd still have my network on my first 4 years of college and my family and friends would be there to help. Then, after those 4 years, with all the materials I get from the first 4 years, I'll be able to carry on, taking care of myself out of state...On the other hand, if I go to college out of state for the first 4 years, I'd still have some connection at where I'm considering to go...and this will allow an opportunity to learn and grow by myself and meet new people. And honestly, I don't want to go to college in-state and see my old friends from high school...I'd like to start anew...any advice? #colleges #out-of-state #in-state

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Estrella1129 views

Would it be better to go out of state or stay in state for college?

HI, I'm a sophomore at Sumner Academy and I was wondering which kinds of colleges would be better to go to. I'm really thinking of going out of state, but I'm not so sure if this is a good idea. I also need help in choosing what college I want to go to. I have no idea yet on what I want to do, and I have no idea on what college I want to go to. I just need a bit of advice on choosing the right college for me. #college #advice #out-of-state

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Yaminah1213 views

When pursing a more demanding college major, is it best to remain close to home?

I'm a junior in high school looking at out-of-state colleges. I want to go to a 4-year college for pre-medicine/medicine, which is a demanding major. I should just remain close to home so i have a strong support system? #college #pre-med #major #out-of-state

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Jeff1725 views

How difficult or easy is the transition from High School to College, especially if you're going out of state?

I live in California, but I am planning to go out of state. I would like to know some of the hardships I need to prepare for. #college #life-transitions #first-year #out-of-state

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