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College Secrets You Need Before You Arrive

TIP! Secure college funding sources, such as scholarships, loans and grants, ahead of time. Spending more time looking for grants or scholarships will allow you to borrow less when it comes time to pay for school.

College is full of serious changes and you will actually be in charge when it comes to choices and responsibilities to accomplish things. That can be scary, but the good advice here can help you navigate it flawlessly.

TIP! Take care of yourself at college. Many students gain weight their first year in school.

Bring a water bottle to school with you. It is vital that you drink enough water. If you have little or no downtime between classes, this is an absolute must. Also, water helps to flush out toxins so that you can stay alert and aware. You can refill water bottles at many different water fountains.

TIP! Get familiar with your daily schedule and the location of your classrooms. Try and figure out how long it’ll take for you to get to each class, and use that to plan accordingly.

If you worry about your ability to adjust to a college workload, then consider taking a study skills class. Even though you may get good grades in high school, you may not know how to get them in college. Thus, a course in study skills may be just the ticket.

TIP! Before you go away to college you should know all you can about what you will be majoring in. The last thing you want to do is commit to a school and go into debt only to find out that the school cannot meet your needs.

Before you make your final decision on which college to attend, thoroughly research your intended major and career choice. This will allow you to verify that the school you are looking at offers the classes you need to achieve your desired degree. Meet with the director of admissions to verify the needed courses are available.

TIP! Take at least one general ed requirement your first semester and get it out of the way. If you are aware of a class that you must take in order to graduate, then try getting it done early so you can be done with it and move on to your core classes.

Visit the admissions office prior to deciding to attend a college. When you do this, you can learn about scholarships that may be available from the school. Many colleges offer scholarships for their students. By visiting and speaking to an admissions officer, you can ensure that you are getting all the funding available to help pay for your college education.

TIP! Take public transportation to school. Often times, the time it takes to ride the bus is about the same as it would be to drive there.

There is no one to clean up after you and cook healthy meals at college. You should always eat right and get enough rest. Set aside time in your schedule to properly care for yourself. Too much stress and not enough nutrition can cause illness.

TIP! You don’t have anyone cooking and cleaning up after you. Be sure that you eat nutritious foods, keep your living quarters clean, and get adequate sleep.

As you can see, college can be a challenging time in a young person’s life. Using this advice can help you make a personal college plan that can help you succeed in college and enjoy yourself.

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