compcontrast - Anthony Holstein Prof. McMahon 16 November...

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1Anthony Holstein Prof. McMahon 16 November 2007 When the time comes in a person’s life to graduate from high school and move on with their lives there are many choices to be made. Some choose to go out into the world and begin working. Others choose to go to college and pursue a degree in the field of their choosing. Those that choose to go to college have many decisions to make before this can happen. People that want to go to college must choose a college, apply, and be accepted. After all of this they still aren’t finished with the decision making. If they happened to choose a college that is close by home they have a choice of where to live. They can either live in the dorms at school, live at home, or in some cases move into an apartment. There are many good things and bad things about each of these choices. Living in the dorms is recommended by most colleges for first year students. It’s nice to live in the dorm. While you are on your own, there are still people there to look out for you and
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course ENG Eng 111 taught by Professor Mcmahon during the Spring '08 term at Baldwin-Wallace.

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