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What colleges are recommended?

Desired Major: business

Graduation year: 2027

Current High School year: Freshman

GPA: unweighted: 4, weighted: 4.5

I really want an ivy league if possible but other are good too, I want to plan early

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3 months ago

Dude. You are a freshman. If you really enjoy business keep doing it but you cant predict everything right now especially since we are only almost a semester in.

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3 months ago

Shoot for the stars, man. I'd recommend you choose a couple of really fun clubs, volunteer activities, or hobbies and continue them separately for the rest of your high school career. It's good to be specific and have an impact on a few activities rather than try to be in every club at your school. Also, if you continue to take dual-enrollment classes with colleges or AP classes, then try shooting for a good couple of business colleges, such as UCI, UCLA, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, etc. I'm not sure which schools are precisely suitable for a business degree, but a Google search can help you with that. Overall, keep it up, though, cause you'll make it big.

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3 months ago

Fairfield University in Connecticut is known for their business program and I'm pretty sure they offer advanced MBA programs so you can get it in five years.

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3 months ago

I would focus on taking as many AP classes later in high school

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