Some SuggestionsAccording to The New York Times, there are many strategies that can help you make the most of your trip: • Ask a lot of questions—the more insightful the better!
• If there is a way for you to eat at the dining hall you should jump at the chance. It will give you time to socialize and allow you to personally rate the food.
• Try to find professors to talk to by stopping in during office hours, especially if you’re sure of what major you want to pursue.
• It will be beneficial to send a thank you note. Every college has a ton of applicants and this will help set you apart.
• Also, don’t forget to talk to students on campus. The more people you meet, the better.
Thinking Outside the BoxRemember, you won’t just be going to school at your college; you’ll probably have to live there too, so it’s a good idea to explore the surrounding town or city. What stores are there? Where is there to eat? How efficient and accessible is the transportation? Is there anywhere for you to relax? These are questions that you should consider when looking at where your school is situated.
Treat It like a VacationYou should enjoy your visit. It’s like a sneak peek of your future; the next chapter of your life could be at the very place where you’re walking on your tour. Take in all the scenery, explore the campus, and have fun encountering new people.
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