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College


Question Posted Monday August 8 2005, 2:08 pm

When should you start visiting colleges and looking at them?

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saltyolympics answered Tuesday September 27 2005, 12:41 am:
Hi, you know a lot of people have your questions. The truth is, it's never really too early to start looking into and researching colleges. I started when i was in my freshman year at high school. Write a list of the schools you want to go to: 1 dream school, 1 fallback school, and 3 schools you want to go to. Every year or maybe every semester, after your plans on your future change, or maybe your preference for college changes, make a new list and compare with your older ones. Pretty soon you will have a long list of colleges you are interested in. Narrow it down, and find the ones that are right for you (majors, city, student life, professors, etc).

You should start visiting college campuses by the summer before your senior year in high school. Get to know the campus and the feeling of it. It really helps to visit a college and any time from the second semester of junior year to near end of senior year is acceptable.

Good luck!

saltyolympics

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ncblondie answered Thursday August 11 2005, 3:23 am:
Generally your junior year of high school is a good time to start, although you can start earlier. For now, concentrate on getting information from different colleges, the majors they offer, etc so you can narrow down your list of colleges to visit.

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shutupnkissme98 answered Wednesday August 10 2005, 10:43 pm:
probably around your senior year.

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baseballislife44 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:32 pm:
junior year

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MikeMikeMike answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 1:03 am:
um in yur junior year.

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ROCKSTARR answered Monday August 8 2005, 10:07 pm:
There is no wrong age to start looking at colleges. I started when I was like 10 and my brother started at about 8. Just visit as many as you can on vacations, and factor in what type of climate you like and whether or not you want to go to a big school. Hope this helped. ♥Rebecca

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pinksoccersox answered Monday August 8 2005, 3:05 pm:
always have it in the back of your mind, but really start looking your junior year. Start researching, visiting and doing all that you can to make sure the college you choose is perfect for you!

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Sportychicc9393 answered Monday August 8 2005, 3:04 pm:
Well I wished you would say how old you were. But n-e-ways.If ur already in highschool you need to be lookin. Figure out like the top 3 ones that you want to go to then get info about them.Ask ur family their opinon too. I hope I have helped! Im me if needed Sportychicc9393

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Blair answered Monday August 8 2005, 3:03 pm:
You should start researching the summer before your junior year and decide where you want to go and visit, then make arrangements to go throughout yout junior year (id say go during the school year you get a much better feel for the campus when there are students there)

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jean_nicole answered Monday August 8 2005, 2:29 pm:
When your a junior.

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xXxpinky615xXx answered Monday August 8 2005, 2:23 pm:
Around your Junior year. That's when most kids in my school start looking at colleges at least. I'm going to be a sophmore and I'm already looking at colleges. It's never too early.

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Real4Christ07 answered Monday August 8 2005, 2:18 pm:
When ur a Junior.

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