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Although high schools vary in degrees of academic rigor, expect coming in that you will be challenged more than you were in high school. Be prepared to devote a lot of time to studying and work, probably more so than in high school. Your class schedule most likely will be quite different than in high school, so you will have more blocks of free time. If you really want to learn the most you can and succeed, a large part of that time will be devoted to studying. That being said, it is certainly important to give yourself relaxation time, and W&MÃ¢??s campus is a great place to do so. Also, the students here are very nice people, so making friends will not be too hard. Lastly but certainly not least, become familiar with your professors and make sure they know you, especially the ones involved with your field of study. Knowing a faculty member well will come in very handy when you need a recommendation letter for that internship youÃ¢??re applying for.» Read More
If you are straddling between William and Mary and UVA and live close enough to commute, then do not give it another thought, choose W&M. The two colleges are equal in academics; by choosing the one you can commute to, you cut your yearly expenses by half.» Read More
Be warned! Just because you were the best in high school, does NOT mean the same will hold true here. Every student at this school is extremely intelligent, and it can be overwhelming at times. Let it be a learning experience. I've certainly become more humble in my time here ... and humility is a great thing.» Read More
Try and strike a balance between school and extracurricular activities. You don't want to become too overwhelmed and miss out on enjoying your college years, but at the same time you need to do well in your classes. If you're experiencing problems academically, do not hesitate to speak to your professors. I didn't have a single negative interaction with my professors because they were always willing and able to help me. Also, try new things. If there is something you're interested in, there's a club for it.» Read More