Relocation - Four Things to Consider
As high school students approach the end of their high school education, and invitations to apply at various colleges and universities start inundating their mailbox, the looming question is "Where should I go to college?' It's the next chapter in their lives after graduation, and its understandable to see why they get so stressed out about it. There are so many options. I graduated from high school two years ago, and I still remember how hard it was to decide. First you have to decide where you'll apply to, and then you have to decide which acceptance letter to accept (if you got accepted at more than one university, that is)... Read More
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