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What are reasons that a parent should let you attend a college weekend?

What are reasons that a parent should let you attend a college weekend? Topic: What to write my college essay on yahoo
July 17, 2019 / By Carey
Question: i have to write an essay on this i need help PLEASE. i need as many reasons as possible and supporting details. THANK YOU easy 10 points
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Amity Amity | 9 days ago
so that you can get to know the school, get to know the people, make friends, get used to the environment, get used to being on your own, seeing what your capable of on your own (can you take care of yourself,etc.), a little independence to try it out before college anyone help please? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
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Amity Originally Answered: I've received my college decision letters and now it's time to decide which college to attend, any advice?
I go to UCLA and to be honest, I feel lost. I'm also a Biology major and I am going into the pre-health career path. UCLA is a tough school no doubt, and UC Berkeley is tougher (my older sister goes there right now). From my personal experience, if you like a smaller setting with smaller classes, go for private schools, but if you're fine with larger campuses and a sea of unfamiliar faces, go for UCs. My friend goes to UoP and she says its tough there, but (she has lower stats than the avg. applicant there) so I really question the toughness factor in UoP. Anywho, I think you should also wait for UPenn, cuz my cousin goes there and he was going to major in Biology and Business Econ, but ended up only going into the BusEcon major. He's already becoming an Investment Banker as we speak :) Ultimately, do some more research on each school and find out which one is the best match in terms of environment and whatnot, because given the chance, I would DEFINITELY reconsider my college apps and high school jr/sr year and apply to places like UoP where I can get into a program and graduate faster into the prehealth career I want. I'm just saying, think about where you see yourself one year from now.
Amity Originally Answered: I've received my college decision letters and now it's time to decide which college to attend, any advice?
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Amity Originally Answered: I've received my college decision letters and now it's time to decide which college to attend, any advice?
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Watkin Watkin
Only if the parents get to see the school first. If that is possible, the main argument that I would use is that the student has to see that they can handle a new environment before the parent puts any money down for classes. Also, it give the student a chance to prove they can handle being away from home.
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Watkin Originally Answered: Can I still attend college?
Try to improve your grades now. Your senior year many high schools let you do work study or not take math or not take another science. I'd suggest you take as many classes as possible to fill your senior year study halls/work studies. (Not so many that you are overwhelmed though) This shows colleges that you are still trying and working hard by choice. Also, if you have good extra curriculars within school, and good hobbies outside the school (sports, art, volunteering, religious endeveors, not videogames or babysitting) then colleges look at that as well. Try and hold an office in one of your clubs at school. And stay consistent with them. Make sure your application essay is well written and original. I'd say have a english teacher at your school look over it. On some college applications there is a section where you can explain why your grades arent as good as they should be. Usually people write in this section if they have lost a parent through death or divorce, have a learning disability, or they themselves have something else wrong etc. Take the SATs and do your best. You can take prep classes. Apply to more than 2 schools, that way you will have a greater chance of getting in. If all that fails, then go to a community college for a little while then try to transfer into a 4 year university.
Watkin Originally Answered: Can I still attend college?
Most colleges have a 2.5 cut off for their GPA. After that, many business schools within colleges have very strict GPA requirements (I think at my school it's around a 3.5). You might consider going to community college to bump your GPA up, then transferring to a four year school. That would give you time to fix your GPA, figure out what you really want to do, and then actually allow you to do it.

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