• How do I drop out of high school?

    Im always being bullied, I have no friends, and I even cry being there. Every day, fights happen, and we have stabbings. I don't feel safe anymore. I get terrible grades.
    Im always being bullied, I have no friends, and I even cry being there. Every day, fights happen, and we have stabbings. I don't feel safe anymore. I get terrible grades.
    6 answers · 2 hours ago
  • How can I help myself to stop struggling so much in college?

    Best answer: don't over load yourself with classes and take advantage of the tutoring offered
    Best answer: don't over load yourself with classes and take advantage of the tutoring offered
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • What are your thoughts on getting your education first then finding love?

    Best answer: Your mom is so smart. I love her. You should too.

    Note that those who marry before age 25 have such high divorce rates they skew the entire database! Get your education, get your career going. You'll meet a better class of people as well as more interesting ones.
    Best answer: Your mom is so smart. I love her. You should too.

    Note that those who marry before age 25 have such high divorce rates they skew the entire database! Get your education, get your career going. You'll meet a better class of people as well as more interesting ones.
    8 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Should I seek legal advice?

    Best answer: You don't pay for a degree, you pay for tuition. You are supposed to earn a degree. If you have earned the degree then they don't have a right to withhold it from you but if you haven't and they issued a degree by mistake I don't think that you can sue them for that unless you can prove that their... show more
    Best answer: You don't pay for a degree, you pay for tuition. You are supposed to earn a degree. If you have earned the degree then they don't have a right to withhold it from you but if you haven't and they issued a degree by mistake I don't think that you can sue them for that unless you can prove that their mistake cost you money. You can always try. And like Diane says you need to find out exactly what the hold up is before you decide if you want to sue.
    7 answers · 23 hours ago
  • I have no idea what I want to do, and I graduate high school in December. Any ideas?

    I am a 17 year old, and I have absolutely no idea what I want to do when I legally become an adult. My immediate family really wants me to go to college since I am on the track to becoming the high school valedictorian. Although, I am graduating early with my high school diploma in December. I'm thinking about... show more
    I am a 17 year old, and I have absolutely no idea what I want to do when I legally become an adult. My immediate family really wants me to go to college since I am on the track to becoming the high school valedictorian. Although, I am graduating early with my high school diploma in December. I'm thinking about applying for the Disney College Program if I end up going to college (which I most likely will). I have thought about becoming a pediatrician (although I'm not keen on the long amount of school). I have also thought about being an author since I enjoy reading and writing. I absolutely love small and large animals, but I don't think I want to be a veterinarian. I also love to travel. Any ideas on what I could do in the future? Also, feel free to comment with details if you are: in the Disney College Program, working in pediatrics, or working in a travel agency. Thanks!
    6 answers · 6 hours ago
  • What is the best major in college to study?

    Hi, Im not so sure what to major in college. Im interesting in a good career that has a job that stablized or secure. While it has a good salary. I want it to be interesting, creative and fun the environment where I want to work in the future. I dont want it to be stressful or boring. I have some ideas and skills... show more
    Hi, Im not so sure what to major in college. Im interesting in a good career that has a job that stablized or secure. While it has a good salary. I want it to be interesting, creative and fun the environment where I want to work in the future. I dont want it to be stressful or boring. I have some ideas and skills what I would like do: assitance someone, communication, doing some papework, or writing some document in computer or an office. BTW I also like to draw and write. But I dont think it worth it to follow my passion. Since my parent think I wont find success and Im better of as doing it as hobbies. Which I kind of agree.
    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is 39 too old to go to law school?

    I'll be 39 years old next year. I have a B.S. and an MBA and really enjoy my job, but I have had increasing thoughts about law school the last few years for several reasons. If I get accepted and begin in Fall 2019, I would finish in roughly May-June of 2022 and be 42 years old at graduation. That would still... show more
    I'll be 39 years old next year. I have a B.S. and an MBA and really enjoy my job, but I have had increasing thoughts about law school the last few years for several reasons. If I get accepted and begin in Fall 2019, I would finish in roughly May-June of 2022 and be 42 years old at graduation. That would still give me 20-25 years to work as an attorney before retirement. What are your thoughts? Is 39 too old for law school?
    6 answers · 23 hours ago
  • I really want to be a veterinarian but i know it’s really hard and i just want to know if it’s possible for me?

    i’m 15 and am going to be a sophomore in high school soon and have always been super passionate about doctors/surgery and the past 2 years i have really been passionate about becoming a veterinarian. i know for a fact that is what i want to do and i don’t think i’ll change my mind. i heard it’s super hard and a lot... show more
    i’m 15 and am going to be a sophomore in high school soon and have always been super passionate about doctors/surgery and the past 2 years i have really been passionate about becoming a veterinarian. i know for a fact that is what i want to do and i don’t think i’ll change my mind. i heard it’s super hard and a lot of work, and i am not good when it comes to a lot of work. i get stressed very easily. i think i tend to have a pretty good understanding of things in school, but only after it is explained to me in lots of detail. i have a hard time remembering something that i learned like months ago unless the teacher or somebody reteaches the lesson. both my parents went to michigan state high school, and so far that’s basically the only high school i have really looked at, and i heard they have a decent veterinary program, but i don’t know if i should be looking at smarter schools. after freshman year i have a 3.6 gpa, which i’m sure is bound to change because i really am not that smart. i am just so passionate about becoming a veterinarian. also, i am really into like forensics/forensic science/criminology stuff. i don’t really know how college works that much, but is it possible i could maybe like minor in something along those lines? i want to take classes in forensics and stuff like that- i just think it’s really cool. but i don’t know if i just need to give that up and focus only on my main goal which is becoming a veterinarian
    5 answers · 1 hour ago
  • 4 years in military instead of college?

    Best answer: It depends on the police force. Most will want 60 credits regardless. However, most will give you an advantage in hiring if you have served in the military. What some of my students have done is 1) served in the military, then 2) used the GI Bill to get their associates degree (also taking Spanish classes), then 3)... show more
    Best answer: It depends on the police force. Most will want 60 credits regardless. However, most will give you an advantage in hiring if you have served in the military. What some of my students have done is 1) served in the military, then 2) used the GI Bill to get their associates degree (also taking Spanish classes), then 3) applied to police forces. They've all been hired.

    So the recruiter isn't lying, but he's not 100% informed on this. Some police forces may waive your need for college if you have military service, but most won't. However, all will give you an advantage in hiring for your military service, so it's really a good route to go, if you're interested.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • So I applied to graduate and I screwed up and found out I need one more class. What usually happens?

    I found this out at the end of the quarter and have already emailed my instructor. But I'm kinda panicking right now and want to know now.
    I found this out at the end of the quarter and have already emailed my instructor. But I'm kinda panicking right now and want to know now.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I join a 4 year university or a 2 year community college and THEN 2 year from a university?

    Best answer: 2+2. If you start in the Spring semester, you'll miss out on a lot of the "college experience" anyway. Most new students (freshmen AND transfer) start in the fall; nobody knows anyone, and everyone is eager to make new friends. By the time you arrive in the Spring, everyone will already have... show more
    Best answer: 2+2.

    If you start in the Spring semester, you'll miss out on a lot of the "college experience" anyway. Most new students (freshmen AND transfer) start in the fall; nobody knows anyone, and everyone is eager to make new friends. By the time you arrive in the Spring, everyone will already have established their circle of friends, and will have no interest in expanding it. Instead of everyone being somewhat lost and uncertain, it will only be you. Then next fall, you won't be a new student either, so you'll miss out on the orientations and the beginnings of the semester, and again will be behind the loops when trying to make friends. It might turn out to be a bad four years instead of just two at the community college.

    Not to mention $20K/year is a significant amount of money.

    Go to community college for two years as planned. When you start at UCF as a junior, in the fall of 2020, you'll go to orientation, be a new student amongst the myriad other new students, and will have a great college experience from that point on.
    7 answers · 3 days ago