Do you know where you want to go to college? What you want to do? If you don't that's ok, and that's what this article is for. To help you decide where to go, and give you some ideas of what you want to do. In this article you will get to see were some of your fellow students and friends are wanting to do.
Halley Caldwell, a seventh grader, said that she might want to go to BYU, because it's close to home. She want to study English. Rosie Stoddard, a ninth grader, said that she wants to go to a school in Ireland, that will let her work in a nursing home for a year, then pay for her full college education. From there she wants to study psychology. Jacob Arbon, a seventh grader, wants to go to BYU and study chemical engineering, which is a" branch of engineering that applies physical sciences (physics and chemistry), life sciences (microbiology and biochemistry), together with applied mathematics and economics to produce, transform, transport, and properly use chemicals, materials and energy." Penina Strong, an eighth grader, says that she wants to go to either Oregon State, Utah State, or BYU to study graphic design. Liz Ramsdorf, a ninth grader, wants to go to Montana State University to study marine biology and photography. Joey Hammond, an eighth grader, says he wants to go to BYU to get a medical degree in radiology, which is "the science dealing with X-rays and other high-energy radiation, especially the use of such radiation for the diagnosis and treatment of disease." Alex Yoder, a ninth grader, says he wants to go to North Carolina University to study either economy, communications or political communications. Chris Davis, a ninth grader, wants to go to New York University to study medicine. Katie Jackson, a ninth grader, says she wants to go to Snow College, and then Utah Valley University, to study nursing or to be a foods teacher. Kelsey Sumsion, a seventh grader, wants to go to BYU and study engineering. Kevin Pou Rogas, an eighth grader, says he wants to go to BYU Hawaii, because it's in Hawaii, so he can study to be a neurosurgeon.
So now you have some ideas for what you may want to do! If not, that's ok. You still have a little while to think.