Two Years at Community College

New college students should consider spending two years at a community college even if he/she has good grades and test scores. Check your local college, quite often, core requirements are transferable and much cheaper to obtain.

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October 2, 20010 found this helpful

Also, the classes are usually smaller with more personal attention and often better education as a result.
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