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    Everybody knows that after high school you attend college, right? College is expected from society that has been placed for decades; it’s what you do is what society expects with these expectations comes pressure. Pressure from peers, choosing the right college, group mind, and deciding whether or not if you would like to attend college. College is not for everyone, so when a student is pressured to attend college, they often drop out before the first semester ends. The pressure doesn’t end with

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    Many students do not go to college because of the steep cost to attend. There a lot of students and families that support this claim, with some experts adding that other socio-economic factors also contribute to this issue. Additionally, there are many that think that not everyone needs to go to college. Either way, some students still struggle to pay for their college education. Early exposure to college provides a practical solution to this problem. While ninth grade is typically viewed as a good

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    2015 Highschool Vs. College In the time that I have been in college, I have seen that more freedom is allowed to students in college than highschool. Of cousre, college is a lot better than high school, but with that it comes more responsibility. College let 's the students choose their choices, such as their schedule, attendence and class selection. College there is less restricted than highschool. In highschool, the dresscode is very important, much more than college. College students can wear whatever

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    deciding between colleges? Or deciding between Community Colleges or Universities? Before any high school student decides where they should take their next step, they need to be more educated on the choices they are about to make. They need to be able to look at a college and have confidence in their decision. With that being said, junior colleges vary in many different aspects from a four-year college. Especially in the category with cost. Cost effectiveness for junior colleges varies from many

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    either go to college or begin working as just a highschool graduate. Going to college is a necessity. College takes four years and maybe another four years of studying. They is very little in comparison to an average 80 year lifetime. That’s not much time at all! College costs $20,000 - $30,000, college is like putting an investment into yourself and in hope that you’ll prosper and get a deserving career. Many jobs require special skills and that’s where college degrees come in. College brings many

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    Today people disagree about whether going to college and getting a college degree is worth all of the hassle. To some entering the workforce out of high school is better than going to college to get the education required to do a job. The difference is in how someone was raised and what he or she believes. This is also shown in what kind of career that someone wants to do and the education required to do that job. Statistics show that people with an associates degree make one hundred twenty seven

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    definitions of “college success” differ between students, faculty and institutions For long periods of time, college has been considered as one of the few ways young people can cultivate a solid start to success, and they try to go to a prestige college. Even after they go to a good college, most of college students desire success in their college life. What success in college means might be different from individuals, and as many of our social values have changed along the way, definitions of college success

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    Even with the negative connotations getting a degree is worth it In today 's generation a college education seems more like a choice than a requirement. From the time we enter elementary school we are being prepared for college. In this society Education happens to raise a lot of questions, for instances; “are people going to college to gain knowledge or for a good paying job?”, “with today 's technology is a degree essential to ones life?” and “ is school meant for everyone?” Education has a lot

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    Most college students will have a plan to get ready for college. There are several steps in getting ready for college. For example, you will have to rank your priorities, focus on getting to the finish line and lastly research the departments that they have. A case in point is some high school seniors may not have their mind right on an institute. College for some people may be just to get away from their family, or it might be to make something out of themselves. Going to college can be a breeze

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    The Great College Debate The college debate is a hot topic and whether or not to attend college is a question that is increasingly harder to answer. At some point in every young adult’s life, and sometimes not so young, they must make the decision about whether or not to pursue a college education. For some, going to college is something they always knew they would do; while others agonize over the importance of a college education and the burden of taking on a large amount of debt to pay for it

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