While most students apply to college with an “undeclared” major—keeping their future prospects open—some students are confident that they know exactly what—as the saying goes–they want to be when they grow up. If these career plans require graduate-level education, such as a medical, law, or business degree, students would be wise to keep their grad school prospects in mind as they choose their undergraduate college. Check out our own Shannon Vasconcelos’ article on the Edmit blog at edmit.me, where she details the questions you need ask when determining what college will best ease your future path into graduate school.
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