I know it may be different depending on the programs/major I go for... but I'm assuming most -or some- people here went to college in business Administration. So what should I expect in classes in college, generally speaking of course, or share whatever tips seems necessary that will help me out.. I could use any tips for college, as I'm the type of person who likes and needs to prepare as much as possible for big things like going to college... My goal in college is to get a B.S. Degree in Business Administration (major) and (minor) in Entrepreneurship. I'm going to go to Community College first then transfer to a University to finish my Degree. Most of my community college classes are in my town (10min drive), and the main campus is like 30min away for like labs or whatever, and the University will be about 40-45min of driving distance. My goal is to aim for perfection, so I am aiming to do as best as I can in college. Meaning I'd like to go for my honors in community college than get good scholarships for the University. I also aim to continue to being an honor student... But hopefully I won’t struggle as I did most of my life in school, this is my first time going to college and first time going to a full blown school environment since I was 17 (when I dropped out of High School). I am in a Adult Learning Training Program, that prepares students for GED or College Education. I got my GED back in June this year I've been going to this program since August. Hopefully I'll be ready for college and start off on the right foot by being placed into 101 classes (and not lower). I also hope this comes easier than it did during the time I was younger and nothing came in easily.. I've been one of the top students in the current program I am in, and I'm very motivated. Teachers (also professors) of the program told me I should do fine in college, and told me I am very motivated in their view. I've forgotten most of my math skills (besides the basics that I use every day, like multiplication, adding, subtracting, dividing, percentages) I'll be taught math from the program in a few weeks as we just finished Communications & Writing. One of my most real weaknesses I know of is English Writing. Everything else like reading I've been doing much better since I got more interested into politics, and Math I had a history of doing very well as long as I keep using it day to day. Math I go no problems, just need a refreshers course and I should be back on my feet, as I also do learn fast with Math normally. My reading speed is kind of under college student levels, which is I think 450 WPM. I've scored, on an online test, 150wpm (which was months back before I really got into reading for pleasure, now I dont know I will test again asap and post it). Which is bad according to this chart .. I've been reading a lot of news as that’s what gets me the most interest. I normally read about 25-30 hours a week. But in the past month I've taken a break from reading since I've done 25-30 hours a week for 4months already straight. My eyes and brain got tired of reading, no matter how interesting it was.