Quiz: Build Your Perfect Dorm and We'll Reveal if You Should Go To a Big or Small College
Build Your Perfect Dorm and We'll Reveal if You Should Go To a Big or Small College
By: Tori Highley
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About This Quiz

With everything to consider, choosing a college is tough work. It is essential to be sure your college has majors that interest you, but the atmosphere of a campus can make or break your college experience. Without a college visit, it can be hard to tell if you'll click with a college. However, there are a definitely few indicators of the atmosphere that you can find just from the online stats.

While pamphlets and statistics can say a lot about what the students at a campus care about, the size of a college can say even more. Larger schools tend to be fueled by athletics and club involvement. These schools are excellent for outgoing people who are always looking for something to do and new people to meet. Small schools tend to be fueled by academics and close-knit friendships, making them great for people who emphasize quality in their relationships and work. And medium schools get the best of both worlds! 

This quiz can help you make sure you get everything you want out of your college experience. Not only will you start thinking about your adorable dorm room, but you will also find out what size college will work best for you. Let us help you decide on the perfect college size for you with our dorm room quiz!

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