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With all the big decisions like going to college or going to a university, students have to know where to start. Believe it or not, it’s actually really, really easy to begin. Many students find asking questions that would reflect on their skills, likes, dislikes from school counselors, and academic advisor or even a career counselor helps them choose the college major or career. Also, engaging in some self-reflection and asking questions about the past, present and future help when making the decision to become a college student and all the requirements needed to graduate or become certified in a certain field. Furthermost students enter the college with the decision to just get a two year degree, whether it is a Bachelor of Applied Science or Associate of Applied Science Degree.
Graduating with a B.A from Brandeis University and the Director of CUNY BA, Beth Kneller states that by going to college, students can have “exposure to a wide range of knowledge in different fields [that] allows college graduates to bring unexpected skills to a job” (Kneller). Not only does going to college strengthen m... ... middle of paper ... ...many opportunities in one's life. College should be viewed as an experience that will be beneficial in today's world because it is very hard to get by with the present circumstances. Works Cited Clark, Kim. "Understanding Financial Aid."
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