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If I had to give any advice, it would have to be, try to find a major early on. You don't need to actually apply for one, but look, and start taking classes that apply to what you want to do. This is a great way to figure out if it is a good fit for you, or if you need to take something else. The good thing about this too, is that if you decide to stick with the major, then you already have classes towards it and all that money was not wasted.

Don't buy books new unless absolutely required. Most of the time the teachers will say the exact same thing. Why does everyone say that? Because right when you open a book, it is worth a fraction of what you bought it for most of the time. If any classes offer the ability to use online books, those are a good way to go because they cost very little. While you might not get to resale the book, it is still usually cheaper than buying the book and reselling it later.

My last bit of advice is to never miss a homework. This sometimes requires a lot of time management, something that, if you are like me, you lack. The key is keeping track of what is due when and plan which homework takes priority.

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