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3 Comments Already

RoaringMice Said,
June 18th, 2014 @10:24 am  

Contact the college you get into first, to make sure they’re okay with you taking classes the summer before you enter their school. If they are, then go ahead and do it.

DB-T- DH Smith Said,
June 18th, 2014 @10:48 am  

It would be smart to take college classes to learn more and educate yourself, not to be ahead of the game. Learning is to be taken serious, it helps you in class and in life. I like this question because I am also on my Senior year for 2013. I am taking extra classes this summer even if I don’t have to.

mccoyblues Said,
June 18th, 2014 @10:49 am  

Your first freshman semester should begin in the fall just like everybody else. Way too many advantages to starting with the rest of the freshsman class to list, just trust me. Start your freshman year in the fall.

You can always take summer classes in between semesters to stay caught up or to get ahead but wait until after your first full year is over to start the summer school routine.

You have no idea how hard college is going to be, don’t crash and burn by attacking it too aggresively from the start. Ease into it.

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