When college-bound students layout their 4-year plans, they save parents thousands of dollars because they graduate in four years instead of five or more. Merit College Advisors guide students in selecting best-fit majors and help the students understand department and general education graduation requirements. These students start college with a complete understanding of the courses they need to take so they aren't set back because they missed a prerequisite along the way. They also know when to participate in internships, research projects, and work study programs. Students who start college with a solid plan take full advantage of opportunities available to them. If students want to spend five or six years in college, they should be working on a Master's Degree or PhD, not a Bachelor's Degree.
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