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    The purpose of this essay is to compare and contrast the major decision a high school graduate must make after graduating high school is whether to attend a university or a local community college. A university offer a more diverse academic offering while a Community college is very technical and industry driven. Although universities and community colleges serve the same educational purposes, the have different approaches in certain areas. Here are some different approaches one can compare contrast a community college to a university; admission requirements, environments and the conveniences are some that are always compared and contrasted. The admission requirement is game changer to many student when one is deciding to stay at home in study at a community college or go away to study in a university. Typically a university will have higher admission requirements because student tend have the opportunity to obtain a higher degree than at a community college. Many student are forced to attend to community college because the requirements are usually lower. At the end of the day it doesn’t matter if you wish to attend either or but…

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    Ifrah Abdow English 1711, Section 22 Comparison/Contrast Essay College in Kenya vs. College in Minnesota College is an important thing in our life. Students can be in college for more than six years in order to get the knowledge that is required to work in a particular field. Of course, those years are broken down into several levels, for example doing the generals and then taking the courses for their major. The two most important moves I did are when I went through a college in Kenya and…

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    My career choice is that I will stay in Prince George's Community College to receive my associates degree then transfer to a 4-year college rather than transferring early to a 4-year college. It may seem like the same concept but there are differences between these two and some similarities as well. The biggest difference between a community college and a university is the tuition. Community college is much cheaper than a four-year college. Community college is about 3,000-4,000 dollars…

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    Choosing a community college vs. a university is simply a matter of determining your educational needs and what you need to expect to accomplish from the school. Maybe you are an upcoming freshmen, and not sure whether in going to 2- year college or a 4- year college. Where you can pick a two- year college, and may not be able to experience a life you cannot have in a university. Although both, universities and community colleges serve the same purpose, the two are very different. From, finance,…

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    students into the lively world of college, may become nervous. The nervousness causes stress and anxiety, which leave them becoming fearful of beginning the work of their career. This work leads students to know the purpose for going through high school and now college. Although high school and college have only one specific similarity, which is preparing students for a career in the future; they have many differences. High school and college differ in sustainable and flexible environments,…

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    College vs. High School High school and college may appear to be closely related, but in reality they are two distinct worlds. It is crucial to recognize that the two, however slightly similar, mostly contrast in order to successfully complete the transition between the two. In transitioning from high school to college, a student would need to know what to expect, specifically how some behaviors that would have been considered taboo in the former are often acceptable in the latter. Colleges tend…

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    you think think about high school or college? Education provides learning abilities that we need to have in the world we live in today. Both high school and college are very important oppotunities of education that are offered to each individual. I am going to dicuss the various similarities and differences between a high school education and a college education. High school and college are similar in certain ways. One of those ways is that they are both preparing you for the future. The…

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    two main types of football; College Football and the National Football League. Although, some might say that the NFL is better than College football, but there is a greater number of benefits that come from college football; that lead many football fans to say, “College football is much better than the NFL.” Admittedly, in college, only for a short period of time can a college football athlete actually play while they are enrolled in a college or university. Nonetheless, a college football…

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    College basketball vs. pro basketball It is surprising that college basketball teams do not even play half as much as pro basketball teams in one season. In a regular season, NCAA basketball teams play about 30 games, compared to the pros that play 82 games a season. Although they get to play this many games, they still sometimes get play in playoff games and championship games at the end of the season. In college, they have an end of the season tournament to get to the final four in a one…

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    High School and college experiences are very different with pros and cons. The high school seniors that are graduating and going to college have a new experience ahead. They are going to face new professors, block schedules, and other changes. The college experience is superior to the high school experience based on class options, the living situations and, professor teaching styles. One way that the college experience surpasses the high school experience is that students have more class…

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