Community College Student Future Plans

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Why do you wish to attend XYZ University? How do you expect it to benefit your future? I wish to attend Guilford Technical Community College because I think it would benefit my future. Attending GTCC would benefit my future because community college is normally a lot more inexpensive than a traditional four-year university. Getting credits at a community college then transferring to a four-year university could possibly save me fairly a lot of money. Going to a community college could help me with discovering different majors. By exploring different majors, I could get an idea of what I want to major in. Going to a community college would allow me to adjust to college coursework. Attending community college would also allow me to stay close to home. I am also interested in the night courses that community colleges offer. Class schedules are available for students like me who are looking forward to working while…show more content…
Small classes will allow me to have individual learning from my professors. Small classes typically focus more on involvement through discussion and allow students to learn in a collaborating style that is typically not available at a large university. Working individually with professors will allow me to receive constructive criticism which will strengthen my skills and prepare me for a four-year university. High school graduates who are unsure of what they want to study or intimated by the idea of a university may find community college to be an easier transition. Community college is a place to start fresh. Low high school grades or SAT or ACT scores will not carry as much weight when applying to a four-year university if you do well as community college. Taking developmental classes, such as lower-level math, science, or English courses, can make up for poor grades you received in high school. Admissions counselors at four-year universities like to see you overcome your problems and bettering
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