EDIT: I am in the US.
High school ends for me in May, and like many of my peers I have plans for college. The dilemma, however, is that I’m not sure this is what I want to do immediatley following high school. It isnt that I cannot get in to college - my test scores are superb, and I’ve scored in the 90th percentile, which is really very high. My grades arent the best, though, because I’m lazy. This is why I’m considering the military. My initial plans were to go through college with a technical major and join the navy. After going through officer training school, I would be an officer, blah blah blah. This seemed like a pretty good idea, but college is expensive and I’m just not sure it is what I want to do yet, so I have recently considered enlisting when I get out of high school, carrying out a 4 year commitment, and going to school on the the money the government will give me after that. HOWEVER:
How would a college base admittance after I’ve been out of high school for four years? I have already been accepted to the schools that I’ve applied to. Would that make any difference?
What would be different about college after the four years out of school? Like, would it make any difference on courses I was required to take?
I’m just really confused, and nervous. It is like my life up to this point has been leading to what I do this May, and I have no idea what I’m going to do.