Here is what 6,928 Prince George's County seniors said, just before graduating in the spring, about their plans for this fall.

Because of a paperwork error, students from two high schools, Fairmont Heights and Forestville, aren't included in the following statistics.

* Joining the military: 523 (7.5 percent)

* Working full-time: 478 (6.9)

* Training or apprenticing for a job: 321 (4.6)

* Attending a two-year college, both in and out of state: 2,029 (29.8)

* Attending a four-year college, both in and out of state: 3,032 (43.8)

* Other (includes students who chose more than one category): 246 (3.6)

Of the 1,907 seniors who said they would attend a two-year college in Maryland, here is where they said they would go:

* Anne Arundel Community College: 104

* College of Southern Maryland: 37

* Howard Community College: 70

* Prince George's Community College: 1,457

* Montgomery College, Rockville: 86

* Montgomery College, Takoma Park: 71O

* Other Maryland community colleges: 82

Of the 1,653 seniors who said they would attend four-year colleges in Maryland, here is where they said they would go:

* Bowie State University: 399

* Capitol College:13

* College of Notre Dame of Maryland: 3

* Coppin State University: 87

* Frostburg State University: 63

* Goucher College: 2

* Hood College: 9

* Johns Hopkins University: 8

* Loyola College: 3

* McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland): 27

* Morgan State University: 273

* Mount St. Mary's College: 4

* St. John's College: 1

* St. Mary's College of Maryland: 18

* Salisbury University: 40

* Towson University: 90

* University of Maryland, Baltimore County: 95

* University of Maryland, College Park: 312

* University of Maryland, Eastern Shore: 181

* University of Maryland, University College: 14

* Villa Julie College: 6

* Washington College: 5