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10 Ways to Prepare for Your Freshman Year of College

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert 511 replies3050 threads CC Admissions Expert
"Get ready before arriving on campus.

Moving from high school to college can be a big transition for students. For those stressing over this new life chapter, there are ways to prepare before even stepping foot in a classroom or dorm. From researching academic support to developing strong interpersonal skills, the following tips can help incoming freshmen get organized and build a foundation for college success.

Read as much as possible.

College coursework consists of substantially more reading than is required in high school. Students should start getting used to the increased workload by reading books during high school and the summer before college. What you read is not as important as how much, but it helps to select recommendations for your intended college major or areas of academic and personal interest." ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/10-ways-prepare-freshman-college-154212530.html
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