It’s no secret that your experience in high school affects the process of applying for colleges. Here are five characteristics that make your high school career a detriment instead of an asset during the admissions process.
Most of us took high school biology at some point. Some of us probably received A’s in the course, so it might seem as though college biology shouldn’t be that different. This is particularly true since most biology students are freshmen. But college biology, like any college course, is structurally and academically different from high school courses. With that in mind, here are seven ways to optimize your potential in college biology and even earn that A.