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What do I do if I can't find my field of interest by the time I am applying to college.
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@cosmo2 months ago

Think about what you enjoy doing. Don't major in something just for the career, but the passion you have for it. If you can't decide, try applying undecieded.

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2 months ago

Think about what you broadly would like to do, then choose a major that loosely fits it. It makes it easier to switch majors when you already have classes that could apply to the ones you wish to transfer into. Like, I like science, I like literature and research. I think I wanna do neuroscience but i'm not sure considering I love vet science. I put my major in as biology in a B.S so that if i wanted to do vet science, i cant still use the classes that my previous major offered to feed the credit requirements of the new choice. Also, not all schools give you a leg up for being decided. Do some research on whether it harms or helps to be undecided.

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2 months ago

I was told to major in business for the first year until you find what you want to do.

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2 months ago

Start application for a college you want to get in with a less competitive major. When you will find your interested major, request major change to college.

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