Anna: All honesty college is something I look forward to but I don't look forward in choosing a course. There are several ways to fix this. You can choose Interdisciplinary Studies which is just a course for those who don't know what to do yet and want to buy some time before they shift to their final course. Another way is to know that you can always shift courses if you don't like the one you'll pick once you start college. Also think of several jobs that you think you can do. Say a lawyer. You can take psychology, AB or BS, or communication arts or accounting or whatever. Jobs are kinda flexible with courses. Just relax and clear your mind of what the hell your friends are taking. This is your education so it's all about you.
Reign: I think you have to look at all your options first. What do you want to do in the future? If you still don't know, that's okay. Think of courses that interest you and start building up on what you want to take from there. Just make sure that what you pick is what you really want to study next year. If you already applied for colleges and you're still not sure if what you put as your course is the one you want, try it out first. You could always switch courses after your first year.
"What do you think is the best 'study habit'? I've been trying to fix my study habits in the hopes of being more efficient in my studies but I can't seem to find the best 'study habit'"
Anna: There's a lot of circumstances to be considered in this problem. See, study habits are made by certain people who are not you. To attain the perfect study habit for you, you can't use theirs. It would be like forcing a jigsaw puzzle piece into a different shaped hole. So, you gotta know your problems and try to cheat around them. Feel too sleepy? Sleep when you get home and work in the night. Too distracted? Ask your parent/sibling to plug out the wifi and lock you in your room to keep you from plugging it in. Asking for help would be great too since you have people to stop you from your procrastinating habit.
Reign: Everyone works differently, like, my study habits might not work for you or for others. Though making "flashcards" have been helpful for me. I heard writing helps you remember stuff more, maybe you could give that a try. Avoid any possible distractions when you're studying. Your mind will work more if you keep your head clear. Also try to study in a comfortable position, if you study better when lying down, go ahead. It's also good to have some snacks with you.