Can you visibly tell the difference between a college freshman and senior?
I mean traditional age college freshman vs senior like a 19 year old vs 22 year old
- JohnLv 51 month agoFavorite Answer
If I am understanding your question correctly, you are asking if one can tell the difference between a traditional college freshmen (aged 18) and a traditional college senior (age 22). The answer is yes. If you walk around a 4 year college campus, you will be able to rather easily pick out the seniors and the freshmen.
The 18 year olds will be be just as tall as their 22 year old schoolmates. In addition to more adult appearing facial features, though, the seniors will also have much more body mass.
- 1 month ago
Very difficult both act like children until they are about 25 and left the school enviorment
- Anonymous1 month ago
Sometimes but not always.
- 1 month ago
not really since more people than I assumed started college way later than 18. last year I was a freshman at 22 and people in my classes ranged from 18-40 years old! maybe you can tell by the way people dress and act. are they lost, wide eyed, and trying to impress other students? do they have way too many new school supplies that they probably wont use by the 2nd week of class? they're probably freshman. or do they walk in autopilot in sweats and carry exactly what they need? probably upperclassmen.
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- ExpatLv 61 month ago
You can’t. Age isn’t a factor anymore really. I was 25 as a freshman and my mother 46.
- JesereLv 71 month ago
- Rick BLv 71 month ago
Of courses not. I was a college freshman when I was 35 years old. There would be no way for anyone to know what year I was in just by looking.
- CiCiLv 61 month ago
No people of all ages go to college these days, but their behavior and maturity level can give it away