A class room of college students were asked to tell us about their transition from high school to college particularly. ‘What is it you wish you knew prior to college?’ Don’t wait to say “I wish, I knew” ……. Take the time to help yourself and do some research.
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One of the milestones in life is taking a leap from high school to college. Often times this can be a frightening and stressful experience. The more prepared you are the easier this transition can be. Here are eight tips that will enlighten you while you’re still in high school. Study and Take the PSAT