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3 Tips for Choosing Your Major with Confidence

This video explains the pointers to be followed for choosing your major with confidence. Choosing a major can seem like a daunting task. You are young and you may not know too much about how you want your future to be. http://www.buyassignment.com/help-with-assignment-writing.php

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3 Tips for Choosing Your Major with Confidence

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  1. 3 Tips for Choosing Your Major with Confidence

  2. What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses? • This is an important thing to think about when choosing a major. By figuring out what you are really good at, and not so good at, you will have a clearer idea of what type of jobs and fields of study would best gel with you.

  3. Explore Fields of Study Thoroughly to Get An Idea of The Different Career Paths • Make sure you deeply explore the variety of career paths available to you under different majors. Each probably has a core set of jobs that comes to mind, and it is easy to dismiss a field because these careers don’t strike any interest.

  4. This Decision Will Not Dictate the Rest of Your Life • There can be a lot of pressure on you now because there is this sense that the major you choose will set the course for the rest of your life, but this isn’t necessarily true. Sure, there are those people who have known what they wanted to do with their life since they were in middle school, but most of us aren’t like that.

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