The Seven Myths About College Planning

Myth #1: I already know what I want to study in college. I don’t need to do any further exploration. Fact: Until a student understands his or her innate abilities – how they learn and solves problems best, any decision about what to study in college is premature. Students feel enormous pressure: “What are you going to study?” “What do you want to be?” If the student answers, ‘I’m going to study medicine,’ all the pressure stops. Problem solved. But who knows if there is something else the student should consider that she just hasn’t thought of? Honestly, most high school students are unsure of what they want to do. If they do have an answer about a career, they often can't explain why. Ex

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