they're stressful, but if there's anything in life you just have to suck up and do, it's college applications. though in the end they're really not THAT bad. but then again i didn't apply to 9 colleges ^^
so far ive applied for the U of Washington and im going to apply to western washington and seattle u.[/QUOTE]
as long as you're in the area, apply to reed so you can experience a classroom composed of 90% high students -_- Y~~~
I cant wait till next year, im getting into UCF easy. If u are out of school for, i think, 4-5 years then you dont have to apply to get in. They will accept you and you just gotta send them any college credits you have and your high school deploma. Its a pretty sweet deal if ya ask me. I only got 7 months left in my enlistment and im back to college. Good to see someone else going to UCF, ill be around in the vert stang with the 20"s or on the bike. Golden Knights FTW
[QUOTE=Reidmar]they're stressful, but if there's anything in life you just have to suck up and do, it's college applications. though in the end they're really not THAT bad. but then again i didn't apply to 9 colleges ^^[/QUOTE]I suppose you're right. It's scary though.
Well I think I'll be ok. Took a look at the USC essays, and they're not that bad. I just get nervous that's all, but in the end, I just have to do them.[QUOTE=Deyja]it's all about the common app. son ![/QUOTE]Unfortunately, out of the universities I'm applying to, only Harvard and Yale accept it. All of the University of California campuses use a common application though.
Swiss universities aren't free, but you're free to join any of them if you got the high school diploma (for lack of a more fitting name) in any "canton" (Swiss states/provinces). Unlike the US our school system is 99% public, universities are run by the states and two are run by the federal government directly (the Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology in Lausanne and Zurich). Pure tuition fees for Swiss students are, depending on the university, between 500 and 1000 Swiss francs (last time I checked), not covered are books and materials (which can add up quickly if you study, say, Architecture or something which basically requires you to have a decent notebook)
[Power corrupts. Absolute power is kind of neat.]
I live in IL, and I was thinking of apply to some west coast colleges, but in the end I got lazy and was like fuck that, just applied to U of I and GA Tech, but really wanted to go to U of I. A lot of people from my HS go here, and it's close/far enough from home. and GO BIG TEN