High school seniors are more worried about the probability of accruing student loan debt than being accepted into the college of their dreams, according to the Los Angeles Times. The results come from the annual “College Hopes and Worries” survey from the Princeton Review. It turns out that 38 percent of students surveyed listed “level of debt incurred to pay for the degree” as their primary concern, the Times said.

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