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Seventeen: College Goals

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If you know someone that is on their way to graduating high school, you might want to check out this ultimate guide to college from Seventeen! This stress-free guide—part-planner, part-journal—will help walk them through the step-by-step process of applying to colleges.

SEVENTEEN: COLLEGE GOALS – An Insider’s Guide to Finding and Getting Into A School You’ll Love

About the Book

The only thing standing between you and that college life is figuring out where you might want to go, completing your applications, writing a killer essay, scoring solid test scores, shining in your activities, getting glowing recommendations, and . . . okay, that’s a lot. But even though being accepted into college can seem big and overwhelming, it doesn’t have to be.

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That’s where Seventeen’s College Goals comes in. There are pages filled with practical cheat sheets, handy life hacks, thoughtful tips, fun quizzes, inspiring quotes from your favorite celebs and leaders, and prompts that will push you to self-reflect. (After all, that’s what college essays are all about!) This way, you can freak out less about if you’ll get in, and actually start thinking about which school’s offer you’re going to accept. By the Editors of Seventeen Magazine. Published by Bluestreak Books, an imprint of Weldon Owen

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    May 17, 2018 at 7:36 am

    My advice would be to create a study schedule. It is easy to get caught up in social events and forget to study or study at the last minute.

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    May 18, 2018 at 7:18 pm

    My advice would be to make the best of it. It is much easier to complete college when you are young and don’t have children, a full time job, a mortgage, etc. Study and try to learn as much as possible. Major in something that will give you good earnings. Save your other interests for hobbies and avocations.

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    Debra Oehlberg
    May 20, 2018 at 9:26 am

    This is actually one response I have to limit myself. When my daughter went off to college for the first time far away from home, I was petrified. To top it off, she had sprained her ankle and was also on crutches for the first time ever. Considering that Clemson University is a huge walking campus, you can only imagine my worry and sorrow, especially with my daughter not knowing many people there. In retrospect, I wish we had discussed all the failures that might happen, including medical, and let my child verbalize options that would work. Not only does that put Plan B-Z into place, but it also gives comfort to the parent knowing that they can’t protect their child from everything in the world, but that their child is adult-enough to handle it. Peace of mind is an understated thing, especially when separation anxiety is so hard on the parent (and maybe the child!)

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    Renee Rousseau
    May 20, 2018 at 8:27 pm

    Consider a community college for the first 2 years. Community Colleges have full professors and Universities often have student fellows teaching undergrads.

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    Katie Bellamy
    May 20, 2018 at 8:38 pm

    I need advice!

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    mau biet thu tan co dien binh tan
    May 21, 2018 at 3:38 am

    My advice would be to create a study schedule. It is easy to get caught up in social events and forget to study or study at the last minute.

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    Donna porter
    May 31, 2018 at 4:00 am

    My advice would be to study hard and focus on your future. Make all this count because you can never relive this part of your life.

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