What’s the most stressful thing about college?

Student LoanDown readers, you’ve been back at school for a few months now. So far, what’s the most stressful thing about college?

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What’s the most stressful thing about college?

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2 Responses to What’s the most stressful thing about college?

  1. J says:

    Although college is an important part of social development for many young people today; and treat it as such. As a recent undergrad graduate and a full time MBA student now (as well as full time employee); it is all in how you approach school. Sure, exams and homework are stressful but those are only exaggerated by students lack of good study habits and focus on socializing. For me, paying for a quality education (midwestern, prestigious university) was the only way to go. However, footing the bill at nearly $30,000/year for undergrad and $30,000 for my MBA racked up rather quickly. Then, when added to my fiances pharmacy degree debt ($200,000+ for all of it); I can fully understand why many people think paying for college is extremely stressful.

  2. Anonymous says:

    what’s stressful is getting that degree and trying to maintain a high gpa

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