• Is it true that med school is hard?

    25 answers · 1 week ago
  • Am I wrong for not going to college?

    Best answer: Go into the military and see the world. You'll be a different man when you return. Go into the electrical or plumbing trades and you'll earn more than a basket weaver with high student loan debt. Don't be a slave to the system.
    Best answer: Go into the military and see the world. You'll be a different man when you return. Go into the electrical or plumbing trades and you'll earn more than a basket weaver with high student loan debt. Don't be a slave to the system.
    42 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I report a college professor?

    I taking an online class this summer. On the syllabus it says that the quizzes are worth 250 points. I got 100's on all of the quizzes but did not do well on the midterm/final which are worth 500 points. I emailed my professor asking if I could do extra credit assignments to improve my grade since this is the... show more
    I taking an online class this summer. On the syllabus it says that the quizzes are worth 250 points. I got 100's on all of the quizzes but did not do well on the midterm/final which are worth 500 points. I emailed my professor asking if I could do extra credit assignments to improve my grade since this is the last college course I need to take and he did nothing to help me. How can I report his behavior to the university? I've done all the work required to pass the course so I would like to know who I should contact?
    18 answers · 1 week ago
  • Will colleges have a harder time accepting a 16 year old?

    Best answer: Can you earn college credit for courses you take in HS? Take the HS courses. They're free. College courses cost money.
    Best answer: Can you earn college credit for courses you take in HS? Take the HS courses. They're free. College courses cost money.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should I put this on my resume...?

    Best answer: Do not mention it.
    Congrats!
    Best answer: Do not mention it.
    Congrats!
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do Mexican Americans sometimes take Spanish at the Community College and get a B?

    Best answer: That is certainly possible. People may speak Spanish at home, but that's just conversation. That's quite different from the academic language needed to do course work. There's different vocabulary, more complex sentence structure and grammar, different forms of writing, and usually, reading literature... show more
    Best answer: That is certainly possible. People may speak Spanish at home, but that's just conversation. That's quite different from the academic language needed to do course work. There's different vocabulary, more complex sentence structure and grammar, different forms of writing, and usually, reading literature and writing about it. So just as native speakers of English can do poorly in freshman composition, a native speaker of Spanish can do poorly in a class where the emphasis is on reading and writing.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • College acceptance question?

    Best answer: I think you have a chance. Worth trying, go ahead and apply. You have shown you are doing well at the college level.
    If denied, you can always do another year at your CC and then reapply.
    Best answer: I think you have a chance. Worth trying, go ahead and apply. You have shown you are doing well at the college level.
    If denied, you can always do another year at your CC and then reapply.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it true that if you kill yourself for all A's in school then you basically have no life?

    Best answer: It's definitely possible to get all A's and still have a life. Just look at the top students in any high school; nearly all of them are active in sports, clubs or other activities, and also have an active social life. They might not get much sleep, but they definitely have a life. And a future. Some people... show more
    Best answer: It's definitely possible to get all A's and still have a life. Just look at the top students in any high school; nearly all of them are active in sports, clubs or other activities, and also have an active social life. They might not get much sleep, but they definitely have a life. And a future. Some people might consider them "nerds", but that makes no difference to them. They're too busy being successful and enjoying the fruits to their labor to worry about being called a nerd by some loser.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is a Post Bacholorette Diploma considered Graduate Studies?

    Best answer: A post-bachelor's diploma is in the realm of graduate studies. You cannot do such a diploma without a BA/ BSc.
    Best answer: A post-bachelor's diploma is in the realm of graduate studies. You cannot do such a diploma without a BA/ BSc.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Will I be able to pass my college class?

    On the syllabus it says that quizzes are worth 500 points and the midterm/final are worth 250 points each. We took 10 quizzes and my score was 100 on all of them. On the midterm I got a 25 & on the final I got a 35. Will the A's from my quizzes help me pass the course?
    On the syllabus it says that quizzes are worth 500 points and the midterm/final are worth 250 points each. We took 10 quizzes and my score was 100 on all of them. On the midterm I got a 25 & on the final I got a 35. Will the A's from my quizzes help me pass the course?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is going to a top rate college worth the loan?

    I want to transfer my sophomore year into Northwestern University and it would be about $70,000 a year. If not this university then the others I'm considering is about the same. Scholarships don't give much and financial aid won't give me anything so this would have to be a loan. The thing is looking at... show more
    I want to transfer my sophomore year into Northwestern University and it would be about $70,000 a year. If not this university then the others I'm considering is about the same. Scholarships don't give much and financial aid won't give me anything so this would have to be a loan. The thing is looking at post graduate salary of people who graduated with an MBA (I wanna major in marketing) is also high like $100,000+ salary. But will the debt be a burden? Advice would be great!! Thank you :)
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • College advice?

    I completed my freshman year at a college I didn t enjoy. it was in a bad area with absolutely nothing to do but a dead mall and fast food places. Academically it was a great school and I enjoyed it but my social life wasnt how I wished. I had a hard time finding friends who were adventurous like me, it seemed like... show more
    I completed my freshman year at a college I didn t enjoy. it was in a bad area with absolutely nothing to do but a dead mall and fast food places. Academically it was a great school and I enjoyed it but my social life wasnt how I wished. I had a hard time finding friends who were adventurous like me, it seemed like everyone was he same. I made plans to not return but I don t have a car and can t go to the school I want out of state. The only other school id go to is a really small school and a lot of people frown their faces at me wanting to go there. I don t care about others opinions but he is a low ranked school. These are my only two choices, I m scared if I return to my old school I ll settle again which happened to me in high school.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Agree or disagree: $70,000 is a lot of debt for student loans?

    Best answer: Yes, but it depends partly what the field of study is. Students in medical schools often have that much debt, but can pay it back because doctors earn good money. Similarly, someone in computer science is fairly assured of getting a job that will allow him/her to pay back the loans, although it will be a pretty big... show more
    Best answer: Yes, but it depends partly what the field of study is. Students in medical schools often have that much debt, but can pay it back because doctors earn good money. Similarly, someone in computer science is fairly assured of getting a job that will allow him/her to pay back the loans, although it will be a pretty big chunk of their pay for quite a while.
    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you think its too late/risky to pursue this dream?

    My secret dream has always been to pursue film as in acting or to act in music videos. i have also always wanted to be a singer but i apparently cant really sing lol. Anyway, i got into nyu but not into tisch since i really have no experience in acting. I chose northeastern uni over nyu in the end. I was wondering... show more
    My secret dream has always been to pursue film as in acting or to act in music videos. i have also always wanted to be a singer but i apparently cant really sing lol. Anyway, i got into nyu but not into tisch since i really have no experience in acting. I chose northeastern uni over nyu in the end. I was wondering if theres anyway for me to pursue this dream while still having a steady backup or if u think its too late and would just be a waste of time. (Its the summer before my first year of college and i am 18 years old) Thanks
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • I just want to die?

    Best answer: The point is for you to set yourself up for a successful future through getting a good education. You need to put your selfish personal reasons aside, and put all of your focus into your textbooks and study materials.
    Best answer: The point is for you to set yourself up for a successful future through getting a good education. You need to put your selfish personal reasons aside, and put all of your focus into your textbooks and study materials.
    8 answers · 1 week ago