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Getting cold feet about college

GoGamecocksGoGamecocks Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
edited July 2013 in College Confidential Cafe
Right now, I've kind of reached an impasse - and the college search is already over! I'm not sure whether my worries are merited or not.

In the fall, I will be attending the University of South Carolina as a finance major. Lately, I've been hesitating about making this commitment. My more insane idea at the moment is to go to community college instead and get my associates degree to work as a paralegal. It's not only cheaper, but I've always thought about law school. I can always go back and get my four year degree after gaining some experience in the legal field. But then again, I would be stuck at home another year or two and I would miss out on all the college experiences.

advice please?
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Replies to: Getting cold feet about college

  • IllHaveAnother93IllHaveAnother93 Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member
    If you want to go to law school it might be more beneficial to major in economics because apparently a lot of people have that degree in law school because they tend to better on the LSAT.
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