Preparing for Career College
If you are considering applying to a career college in the US, your post-secondary planning process should begin as early as high school. Career colleges--or particular programs within a career college--can be competitive and rigorous; therefore, it's important to plan your high school courses accordingly. Your area of interest will determine what you should take. If you are considering a science or technology-based program, you should load up on courses in math, chemistry, physics and computers to ensure that you are well prepared for the schools and programs that make your list. If your high school offers courses in electronics, mechanics or other areas of technology, those are also recommended. Communication skills are always important in any profession, even the most technical fields, so don't forget your English! In general, English and math are the most-often required courses for all fields of study.
Since many career colleges do not have specific course requirements, there are several additional things that you can do to prepare for success in your career college application and studies:
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