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Kenneth Said:

Many questions about Villanova?

We Answered:

Villanova is an excellent school - they won't beat you over the head with religion. There will probably be a crucifix or holy picture in every classroom and you may have a few mandatory religion courses.


Unless you are Catholic, I don't see the point. You can get an equal or better education at hundreds of state-supported schools at a significantly lesser cost.

I never have used Naviance.
Quite reliable free online college matchmaker services are:

Keep your undergrad costs as low as you can. That will probably be the best school you can get into in your state's system.
Excel there and go to a "name" school for your grad or professional training.

Lester Said:

Is living in the woods going to ruin my college experience?

We Answered:

Are you going to be able to graduate on time doing all this? If you are, don't worry so much about it. You aren't going to have the same experience or tight group that you would have should you have stayed at your first school. But I'm sure living in the woods with a small group will get you close to that group of people.

As far a figuring out what you want to do, I don't think sitting in the woods is going to give you direction. Personally I think the most effective ways to learn about careers are from the people actually in them, books, career guides, and internships. You aren't going to have an epiphany in the woods about a career you have never heard of.

Andy Said:

Chances of me getting into these colleges?

We Answered:

You've chanced yourself by calling them safeties, matches, and reaches! Also, you REALLY can't get chances without SAT scores. You could have perfect ECs and a 1500 SAT.. not good.

Betty Said:

christian internships?

We Answered: - I found such internship info here. It has lots of internships, job openings and scolarships for college students.

Melissa Said:

Do I have a shot at these schools? ?

We Answered:

You sound like a college-bound student. Don´t sell yourself short at schools like U of Oklahoma when you can do so much better. As far as your list goes, I would vote Middlebury because of their focus on internationalism, because that seems to be important to you.

Try Macalester too

Ross Said:

What are my chances of admission?

We Answered:

Wow, I think you have a really good chance of getting accepted to multiple of these schools. I think that UT is awesome because I am going there, but all these schools are okay. I got into UT with a lower GPA, and a lot less extracurricular activities. This was two years ago, mind you. I think that your SAT scores will make or break you. good luck

Diana Said:

does the college you go to really matter in the long run?

We Answered:

It depends tremendously on what you want to do when you graduate. For some people, it makes a huge difference. For others, it doesn't matter at all. Some employers in some fields will always give preference to those from better schools, while others just see a degree as a basic requirement to be marked off. If your goal is to become a police officer, or an elementary school teacher, or a nurse, or to work in a local company, it probably doesn't matter at all. If you want to hold a high-level job in a national company, or to become a diplomat, or to go on to graduate school, it definitely does.

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