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If you don’t know where to start your search, begin at the state level. As a resident, you’ll be eligible for in-state tuition at public universities, which can save you a bundle of money. You should find plenty of results. lesbianpussyspic.1blogs.es

Meet with your counselor to develop more accurate criteria for your college search.

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It’s time to get reacquainted with what types of colleges you’re interested in. Do you want to attend a community college or four-year university? Private college or state-run institution? Large or small, close or far?

Once you’ve pegged your college type, it’s time to exercise your brain with a hypothetical college search. Base your college search on what you know so far about your college preferences. If you know you want to go to a small, private, four-year college in Montana, use those criteria. But if you only know you want to major in graphic design, use that singular search criterion.

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Surprised by the results? More colleges than you thought there’d be?

Lots of people know a few schools’ names but only a few people know a lot of schools by name. Write down the ones that look interesting, but don’t limit yourself too much at this point. Your college search still has just begun.



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