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    Default Super excited passed the ged exam!!

    Just got the diploma in the mail really excited just wanted to share my excitement with you all!!! College next fall hopefully!

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    Congrats for you! Now onto higher ed whether it be college or a technical school.

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    Not sure yet, I have to do some interest evaluation with the guidence career counselor she is the one who is hopefully going try help me with stuff. Anyone know what fasa is?

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    do you mean fafsa? federal application for student aid (might be wrong on the abbreviation) financial aid form basically.

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    Thanks just never been through this before I heard of it but never really looked into it really. Thanks again where is better to go community or a 4 year?

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    Starting at a two year college can save you a lot of money, as they are typically a lot less expensive. If you are concerned whether you can handle the academic challenges of college, a two year institution is a good way to start. If you have the money and the commitment to studying, a four year university provides that living away from home experience, and feeling more on your own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    Starting at a two year college can save you a lot of money, as they are typically a lot less expensive. If you are concerned whether you can handle the academic challenges of college, a two year institution is a good way to start. If you have the money and the commitment to studying, a four year university provides that living away from home experience, and feeling more on your own.
    Bah! Good call dogboy you beat me to it!
    Last edited by EmilyAdella; 24-Dec-2012 at 03:29. Reason: redundant

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyDooKiddo View Post
    where is better to go community or a 4 year?
    Lots of four year colleges/universities have agreements with their local community colleges, where they wll accept all of the credits earned at community, for a four year degree. You should check that out for where you are interested in going. Could save you tons of money.

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    I've got a lot of friends who came into the same 4yr program I was in with transfer credits from their first 2 years and they were able to mix into the program without many disadvantages. Unfortunately the first few years tend to contain a lot of weed-out courses and relatively shallow subject material.

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