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Pick an advisor and stick with him or her and let them know if you plan on transferring and where so they can give you classes that are transferrable. Ask any question that comes to your mind when in class everyone will be glad you did. Don't be afraid to make a mentor out of your professors especially if you want to pursue a similar degree path. Most of the professors surprisingly have some pretty big schools their associated with and that equals references so pick all of your professors brains.Read More
Take time to research the professor to see if their ways of teaching is compatible with your ways of learning, don't take more classes than you think you can handle. Find an adviser that you are comfortable with and stick to them till you are both familiar with each other. Allow the school to help you in any way you might need, and they will be more than happy to assist you.Read More
You will save a lot of money by enrolling into a two year college, like Broward College. Your first two years are the same at every university or college, so why not enroll in a public community college and save money. Unless you were awarded a full-time scholarship at a private or public university, then by all means start your freshman and sophomore year at that university. However, if you were not awarded a full-time scholarship at a university, I would advise enroll at a public community college if you're looking to avoid an increment of student loans.Read More