What Not to Do & Ask on a College Tour

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As a college tour guide, I pretty much have seen and heard it all. Some parents and students do things which make giving the tour difficult or ask questions that are inappropriate or ridiculous. This post will tell you what not to do on a tour and what not to ask your tour guide.

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What to Ask on a College Tour

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As a college tour guide, I of all people can tell you what to ask on a campus tour. Most of the time, when I give a tour no one asks me any questions. It’s okay, I didn’t ask any questions on my tour either because I didn’t want to be put on the spot or just really couldn’t think of any. However, asking questions on a tour can be crucial to helping you decide on a school or feel like you better understand things.
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How to Choose a College

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Deciding on a college is tough. Some people have known what college they wanted to attend ever since middle school, others may have toured 10+ colleges and still have not made a decision yet. No matter what range you are in it’s okay! Choosing where you want to spend the next 4+ years is a lot of pressure. You don’t want to choose a college you would end up hating, and you don’t want to have regrets. So here are some tips to help you decide what college is the best fit for you!

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Things to Establish with Your Roommate(s) Before Moving in Together

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We all have heard a story about someone’s “nightmare” roommate. Someone who always leaves garbage everywhere, goes through all of your things, and brings “special friends” over in the middle of the night. “nightmare” roommates are a real thing, everyone gets a bad roommate at some point in their young adult life. However, if you establish some things with your soon to be roommate(s) before move in day, you are setting you and your roommate(s) up for dorm room and roommate goals!

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