Virtual Tours by Students
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It's time for more frequently asked questions about US advice. The college application process really is just a waiting game. Just applying to all these early deadlines and then still waiting until January, February or March to find out my advice would be start. The application's really early because I did that for most of them. Then I was able to just submit them and relax, as opposed to having your, um, your schoolwork builds up while you're also doing the applications like a lot of them. So it's better if you just work on them before school starts. You're juggling both your work and your applications at the same time. Don't be afraid to make friends when you get there. Everyone is lost and doesn't know anyone and wants to make friends. You're not alone, something Haitian tell myself is you don't have to overload yourself with clubs, right? When you get there, you can join the club leader on because I feel I feel like I got to school and I just signed up for every club that I saw, I was like, Oh, that club looks good. How was that one? And all of a sudden, I found I was in, like, ten things and I immediately had to, like, cut some out and be like, All right, that's this is impossible. What is something you did not tell you on your tour that you wish you knew. The dorms really aren't that bad, and they're all pretty much the same. So I had been convinced by someone older that there was one dorm that was like, the best storm that really wants to live in. So I put in a request for that dorm, and when I didn't get it, I was so distant pointed, I thought I was in the worst dorm on campus, but mine ended up being really, really nice, and they're all pretty similar anyway. I wouldn't say wonders is a lot better than the other In terms of freshman dorm. Some of the upperclassmen dorms are way nicer, but they're all kind of the same, so I don't really worry about what storm you get.