Biggest worries among college-bound seniors

The college admissions process becomes more and more demanding every year, not to mention more expensive. With an economic recession and a rising population of high school graduates, getting into college is almost a skill in itself. What are high-school seniors’ biggest worries about admissions and attending college?

37% reported that they “will get into first-choice college, but won’t have sufficient funds/financial aid to attend it.”

27% said they “will take on major loan debt.”

23% fear they “won’t get into my first-choice college.”

12% said they “will attend a college I regret.”

Source: Princeton Review

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