My name is Yarden and as you can probably guess from the name or from a possible spelling error im not from the USA.</p>
<p>Studying in a college in America had been one of my dreams for a while but there are so many colleges that I have no idea wich one to pick!
I've tried this college-search thing on the internet but theres not enough infromation.
And as always, people are much better then a search engine so i decided to ask over here.
If I don't live in America, I'd like to study physics, I want to meet a lot of people and my budget is not so high. Where do you think i can fit?</p>
<p>If ANYONE have ANY idea of a college or a program or what ever I would be so greatful, cause im totally clueless, don't have the slightest idea.</p>
<p>Thanks for spending your time reading - Yarden</p>
<p>Yarden - that is too a big question to answer. There are over 4000 colleges and universities in the US. Without knowing anything about you, it is impossible to suggest anything. Read through some of the other posts on this site and you will begin to get an idea of the kinds of questions you should be asking yourself before you post a question on the site. </p>
<p>Examples of questions you should consider for yourself:</p>
<p>Do you want a big, medium or small school?
What part of the country might you be interested in living in?
Do you want a school in an urban area or in a small town?
Is it important to you to have other students from your country?
Is climate an issue for you?
How a strong a student are you?
Have you taken the ACT or SAT and have scores to share?
You say you don't have a lot of money. I assume you are aware that aid to international students is often hard to come by. How much money can your family afford to contribute each year to your education?</p>
<p>When you can answer some of these questions, people might be able to suggest some schools to you.</p>