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My ultimate goal is to go to the northeast for college (get out of the southeast hopefully). I have a 2190 SAT score and a 3.5 GPA (at an extremely competitive magnet school, took all honors classes all 4 years) but the issue is that my parents are not going to let me take out loans and they are not paying for my first two years of college. In about a year my parents will be moving to the Northeast and I want to attend college there (in case it doesn't work out for me in high school) and they say they will be willing to pay for my final two years of college. I am really passionate about transferring, the southeast is not for me, I hate the culture down here and I love the weather up north, I want to go to a school in the Northeast for the final two years of my undergrad. My parents and I are both passionate about this subject. I am stubborn and I cannot get myself to like life in the southeast, whether it is in Atlanta or in small town South Carolina. If I do end up going to a college down south whether it is tier 1, tier 2 or tier 3, will I be able to transfer to a college in the northeast for my final two years? colleges on my list are: Rutgers @ New Brunswick, NYU, University of Pennsylvania, Penn St, University of Rochester and University of Connecticut. My reasoning is this: I have went to the college campuses and visited, the northeast seemed a lot more fun to me and we are only in the 18-22 range once in our lives, why not make the best of it? I want the most out of my college years and the northeast itself can provide that for me.
In my opinion, your academic profile is quite competitive and impressive. May I suggest attending a school in North Carolina? I think you sound like a good candidate for UNC-CH or ohio State. I promise you, there are less hicks and more culture in NC- though, I may just be beeping my own state's horn. Though, anyway back to your question- you should be able to transfer to any school you wish after any given semester. Though, you should probably check up with your high school counselor for definite advisory on college matter. As for tuition money, scholarships scholarships and scholarship. Apply for pell grants and easy colleges in your area. You may be able to receive a full ride if your academics are truly above the norm. I wish you success in your future! ( sorry if that sounds corny hehe.)
Your SAT scores are way above the requirement for UConn, Rutgers, Rochester, and Penn St. UPenn is an Ivy so you have a lower chance of getting in. Anyways, yes you can transfer, scholarships will be out there but it is possible to transfer to a state university in another state. I would suggest applying to a top school also if you do end up making the high GPA at whatever school you are at.
Don't put so much pressure on yourself. Do your best. Don't overload yourself with too many courses. When you get into college, you'll find that since you don't attend the same class every day, you have time in between to complete assignments. It's different in high school. If you are struggling so hard in math, do you think you will be able to do well in the computer engineering classes, since they require so much math? Maybe you are better suited for another area. I don't know, I'm just asking, since I know nothing about computer engineering. I was a poor math student myself, but I majored in an area that didn't require me to take much math in college, so I lucked out. Good luck and try to place less pressure on yourself. Your GPA sounds pretty good by the way.
How are you supposed to pay for college if your parents won't let you take out a loan? You're 18, you can get a loan anyways...
The cost of college is out of sight. You would be wise to spend your first two years at a community college taking college credit courses and perhaps developing a marketable skill without going into debt. Obviously, you missed visiting Chapel Hill and UVa.