As graduation season approaches, university campuses are a flurry of high school students making last minute visits and trying to sort through the options. At each college you’ve visited, you’ve surely been doused with a flurry of brochures and told by dozens of admissions counselors how “our school is unlike any other.” And while this may be true, it can be difficult to get an unbiased view of the school at the ground level. What’s it really like to go there? That’s why it’s important to talk to students already attending the college. From them you’ll learn what day-to-day life on the campus is like, as well as some helpful hints on which professors are the best and which classes you should avoid.Here are five questions to get you started!Students may have a different answer to this question than admissions representatives or promotional materials – and their response may be something fantastic you never thought of before. A school’s unique selling point will often factor into your unique selling point several years from now when you’re looking for a job.
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