Political science students at West Virginia Wesleyan College are focusing on the New Hampshire primaries.
The "Parties and Election Class" studied the primaries and came up with their own predictions on the winner.
Students also Skyped with a former Wesleyan student who is working for "Super Pac" to get his view on the primary.
Political science Professor Robert Rupp said getting experience in politics helps if you want a career in this.
"Experience is worth more than a degree. They want to see you in the field working, testing and that's the best laboratory to learn about American politics is being right there, and I'm glad Ben was able to share that." said Rupp.
The class decided that Donald Trump would win the primary with Marco Rubio finishing a strong second, but again, that's unofficial.