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Ok here it goes I'm going to be completely honest about my situation. I'm 21 and I dropped out of high school. I did manage to get my GED though. Now...ive lived in Florida most of my life and now I stay in OKC because my grandmother and other family members who I haven't seen in a LONG time live here but that's besides the point. I plan on taking the SAT and ACT so I can skip the "CC" stage and go straight into a 4 year college (hoping I score high enough) but should I apply for schools in pennsylvania or NY? I dont want to go back to Florida and OKC is kinda lame. I want to go out and expirence life in a different manner. I have some family in pennsylvania I could probably live with but I wouldn't mind staying in a dorm if available. On the other hand I always wanted to go to pennsylvania and life that "city" life. The only thing is I will HAVE to get a dorm or an apartment which aren't cheap in NY, and I don't know ANYONE. which is good and bad because I will only have to focus on my self and school. Basically which sounds like a better move? Ive always done well in school just got involved in the wrong things in Florida so I didn't graduate. But I've always wanted to go to college and pursue a higher education. Which one sounds like a better choice? Be honest dont beat around the bush and PLEASE no dumb *** answers...(also give me some PROS and CONS about each city and why)
First of all, taking the SAT or ACT doesn't mean you "skip" community college. Community/junior college is simply the first two years of a normal four-year education. You end up with an associate's degree, and you can often easily transfer to a four-year college, especially within the same state. Community/junior colleges offer many of the same courses that you'll be required to take in your first two years at a college or university, only for a lot less money. As for going to New York of L.A. for college, unless you have a LOT of money or plan to take out very big student loans (and saddle yourself with a lot of debt before you even begin working), you would be wise to think about someplace else. First of all, you're not a resident of either state (takes six months to a year), so if you attend a public/state university, you'll pay a far higher tuition. Private college tuition is even higher. In fact, tuition at some schools in New York are higher than anywhere else in the country. New York University routinely charges $25,000 per year *just for tuition*. And since NYC is one of the most expensive places to live on earth, you should add another $15,000 for living expenses (yes, even in a "dorm"). I'm sure the same thing is true in California. As for jobs, well, you'd have a tough time finding much in either city in this economy, and if you did, I can guarantee you it won't be enough to pay for school in either one of those cities. Despite what you feel about OKC and Florida, it's a big country. There are lots of great places to move to with really fine schools, all significantly cheaper than NYC or LA. Here's the pros and cons on NYC (since I'm a native New Yorker): Pro: Big town, easy to meet people, you can get pretty much anything you need, mass transit is pretty good. Con: Rents: 2nd highest in America (after Honolulu). Taxes: highest in the nation (federal, state and city, plus incredible sales taxes) Cost of living in other areas: astronomical. That's about it. Those three "con" reasons are why I left New York for good in 1982 and joined the Navy. I've been in Florida since 1985.
St John's college in NYC has a number of campuses. in user-friendly terms the substantial campus in Queens has dorms, even although the Staten Island campus rents homes from a neighboring backyard position of abode complicated. LJ is real about your opportunities with CUNY, Columbia and NYU. you should also look at Wagner college, which has (or had) a particular application for returning scholars which contain your self, and distinctive dorms. I actually have a difficulty with l. a.. The air there is so polluted that one and each of the exterior on uncovered parts of my body peeled off. perhaps evaluate further up the coast, like the San Francisco Bay aarea?
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