The secret to his tousled hair and his plans of going to college are some of the things that TIME's readers would like to know from Zac Efron. Jennifer Cheng from Freehold, N.J. asks him about how he keeps his hair looking so great all the time. To that question, the actor has this to say, "I've never told anyone this before. This is a hair scoop. Shower before you go to bed, and then sleep on your wet hair. Towel-dry it. In the morning, it's all messed up naturally. If you have that messed-up thing going when you wake up, it's more willing to stay that way."
And when it comes to going to college, a question given by Emily Hansen from Sands Point, N.Y., Zac reveals "I can't say for certain right now." He however is quick to add, "I know at some point I will go back and study, but at this point I'm definitely focusing on working as hard as I can on film."
During the Q & A session, Zac also takes time to spill the beans on his strategy to get more mature roles than his Troy Bolton of "High School Musical". "To be honest, I've never really had any strategy at all. I don't really work that way. I know that when I see a role and it speaks to me, I'm drawn to it and I have to go that direction. But there's no master game plan," he opens up.
In addition to those topics, the Vanessa Hudgens' boyfriend talks about his upcoming movie "Me and Orson Welles" and his role model, to whom he looks up to in the industry. The full interview is at TIME.