Hello all, I have a serious question about college. It's looks like I'll be having a life change soon. (I'll probaly be moving) I'm going to be moving to a college town. After a stint as an IT techinician, I realized that computers aren't really my thing. I enjoy computers, but I'm just not passionate about them enough to make them my career. I'm thinking that having a chance to attend a 4 year college would be a great oppurtunity. (I'm thinking of getting a BS in Pyschology, finding work with that, then working on a Ph.d. Of course, that's just a loose plan as I find usually making intricate plans in life to be self-defeating as life usually never works out the way you plan it) I've been throwing around the ideas of getting ready to take SATs, getting letter's of recommendation, ect. when today I realized, in high school, I took the business course. That means that I didn't take a foreign language and I didn't take algebra, trig, ect. I thought I was work in the business field (computers) when I got out of school, so I didn't worry about those things. (Funny how everyone expects you to decide what you want to do with the rest of your life by the time you're 17/18, like you really know right then ) I'm pretty sure that at least a foreign language in hs is a requirement for most college's. My question is, Am I wrong? Will this prevent me from attending college. Is there a way to get around this. Will they let me attend but just add the courses I didn't take in high school into my college schedule, ect. Thank you for any information you can give me.