College Search and Why you are doing it WRONG

Updated: 3 days ago

I have a bachelor’s degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of California — Berkeley. Sequentially, I earned a master’s degree in Psychology from Pepperdine University. It took me a total of eight years and over $100,000 tuition, not including the living expense.

After graduation, it took me 2 more years to figure out what I want to do with the degrees.

Hysterical! I spent over $150,000 and 8 years on my education, and I couldn’t figure it out before graduating.

Why invest so much time and money in something you don’t understand. I look back now and wish I could have done more research into the colleges that I was applying to and what I was gonna do with the degree.

It’s very hard for someone (you) who only has less than 18 years of life experience to plan their future 20 years, but it doesn't hurt to think about it.

In this post, we are going to discuss:

  1. Why is college search more important than your SAT score?

  2. What is the right approach when it comes to college search?

  3. How to start your college search?

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