It might feel like there's an unprecedented amount of pressure when choosing what to study during college. For months — if not years — your efforts have gone toward getting into college, with not as much time spent considering what you want to study once you're there. While part of determining your dream school certainly comes down to the strength of certain programs, you won't be faced with the task of actually declaring your major until you've been on campus for a year or two, depending on the school. This can be a daunting decision, so here are four things to consider when the time comes to declare a major.
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