• Is 55 too old to go to College?

    26 answers · 1 day ago
  • Should I call my professor back?

    She posted my final grade yesterday, but then she sent an email this morning stating that I need to call her about my final. That's interesting. Should I ignore it. I'm going to email her but I ain't calling
    She posted my final grade yesterday, but then she sent an email this morning stating that I need to call her about my final. That's interesting. Should I ignore it. I'm going to email her but I ain't calling
    18 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is 28 too old to start college?

    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does my GPA matter if I am not in STEM?

    I heard that unless you are interviewing for a company, you will not get asked for your GPA by the employer.
    I heard that unless you are interviewing for a company, you will not get asked for your GPA by the employer.
    8 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Are these majors as bad as everyone says?

    It seems like regardless of the major I google, everyone says it's the worst and they regret it. Education, social work, communications, theatre. These are a few of the majors I've looked into. Are they all really this bad, or is it that no one is happy with what they have?
    It seems like regardless of the major I google, everyone says it's the worst and they regret it. Education, social work, communications, theatre. These are a few of the majors I've looked into. Are they all really this bad, or is it that no one is happy with what they have?
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • How old is considered "too old" to start college?

    Best answer: There is no "too old" age. All campuses have students who are 25 and older. It's common to start in your later 20s. Don't worry about it. Note that your social life will not be the same as that of someone who enters at 18, but older students tend to be better students. They are more mature and... show more
    Best answer: There is no "too old" age. All campuses have students who are 25 and older. It's common to start in your later 20s. Don't worry about it.

    Note that your social life will not be the same as that of someone who enters at 18, but older students tend to be better students. They are more mature and focused and less distracted by juvenile socializing.
    7 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Can I become a scientist or engineer If I'm bad at history?

    I'm in my freshman year of community college as a Pre-Engineering major and I'm struggling with history. I did well in history in high school but because now I'm in college I have to write essays on tests and I'm terrible at doing this because I'm not fully understanding the material. I'm... show more
    I'm in my freshman year of community college as a Pre-Engineering major and I'm struggling with history. I did well in history in high school but because now I'm in college I have to write essays on tests and I'm terrible at doing this because I'm not fully understanding the material. I'm good at math and science and do ok in English but am not good at history because of the struggles I had. When I said this issue to someone they said that Engineers don't struggle academically and I argued I have the necessary skills of math and science. This statement that someone brought must mean they are good in all there subjects in school. While it is important to have a well rounded education, be able to apply writing to different areas because Engineers have to be able to write including history for practice, and be able to get good grades in all subjects, I do not see why being bad at history should stop me from being a good scientist or engineer.
    7 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Personal Attacks from a teacher?

    I have a teacher whom I really look up to. At the beginning of the year he was really kind to me, then suddenly it all changed. He bashes me in front of the whole class saying how bad I'm doing but won't give me ANY credit for the things I'm doing well. I get all my work done and even reach out to other... show more
    I have a teacher whom I really look up to. At the beginning of the year he was really kind to me, then suddenly it all changed. He bashes me in front of the whole class saying how bad I'm doing but won't give me ANY credit for the things I'm doing well. I get all my work done and even reach out to other students to give and get help. I also work very well with others. There doesn't seem to be a reason fro these attacks but he only does this to me! I have no idea what to do. He talks to me like I'm stupid and like I'm a failure. Then he will move on to another student and tell him how great they are and how they will go places.... I'm working so hard and putting all of my effort into this class. I'm so sad and embarrassed. What the hell do I do?!
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Im going through a crisis cause i don't want to leave college?

    I'm 22 and I can't believe how fast college flew by but it felt like just yesterday i was a immmature 18-19 year old freshmen with loads of time before college ended and now I have one semester left and I honestly don't wanna leave i feel like there's nothing else to look forward to after graduation... show more
    I'm 22 and I can't believe how fast college flew by but it felt like just yesterday i was a immmature 18-19 year old freshmen with loads of time before college ended and now I have one semester left and I honestly don't wanna leave i feel like there's nothing else to look forward to after graduation other than work till i die..
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Will I get into this college?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is this correct?

    I’m in college and final grades came out. I was waiting for a few days for one last grade to be posted, however, I had 2 D’s, 1 A, 1 B, 1 C and my gpa was a 1.95. After the last grade was posted, which was a C, my gpa was still a 1.95. Is that right?
    I’m in college and final grades came out. I was waiting for a few days for one last grade to be posted, however, I had 2 D’s, 1 A, 1 B, 1 C and my gpa was a 1.95. After the last grade was posted, which was a C, my gpa was still a 1.95. Is that right?
    5 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Is it hard to get an A in college?

    I am going to enroll in college next month and I am wondering how hard it is to get an A in college. I am planning on having a good GPA in Biology department and was wondering how hard it is to get a 4.0. Is it like high school, where I don't have to do a lot of digging to get an A. I know it depends on the... show more
    I am going to enroll in college next month and I am wondering how hard it is to get an A in college. I am planning on having a good GPA in Biology department and was wondering how hard it is to get a 4.0. Is it like high school, where I don't have to do a lot of digging to get an A. I know it depends on the Professor/ college but I'm talking on a general sense. Thanks!
    5 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Should i drop out of uni?

    I'm currently doing a Bachelor of Commerce at uni and I've just finished my first year. It really isn't what i thought it would be and I'm not really enjoying myself. I've already failed 2 of my subjects, meaning i will probably have to add another year to my degree. I really don't think... show more
    I'm currently doing a Bachelor of Commerce at uni and I've just finished my first year. It really isn't what i thought it would be and I'm not really enjoying myself. I've already failed 2 of my subjects, meaning i will probably have to add another year to my degree. I really don't think this is what i want to do and i have considered changing degrees but there's nothing that really interests me enough to do it. Personally, i really want to leave uni and study a cert 2 and 3 in animal studies at TAFE, and maybe at some stage become a vet as animals is something I'm really passionate about and feel like that would be the perfect career path for me. I was also thinking of volunteering at RSPCA to get some experience while i study (if I do study it). Everyone keeps saying i'll regret dropping out, and that a commerce degree can lead on to a variety of jobs but it just isn't what i thought it'd be, and uni is something that's been causing me a lot of stress and anxiety and i feel its just not suited to me. And i feel like now would be a good time to do it rather than keep going and waste more money only for me to drop out later. What should I do?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • My boyfriend doesn't want to go to community college, I'm so upset, what do I do?

    He just graduated high school and is focusing on getting a full time job. We had this discussion before, but he's saying that he wants to save up as much as possible and then move out before going to college, as he is concerned about the tuition and doesn't know what he wants to do yet. I'm so upset!... show more
    He just graduated high school and is focusing on getting a full time job. We had this discussion before, but he's saying that he wants to save up as much as possible and then move out before going to college, as he is concerned about the tuition and doesn't know what he wants to do yet. I'm so upset! What do I do?
    24 answers · 6 days ago
  • I have been accepted into University Of Alberta (Canada) and West Virginia University ( USA).. Where to go??? Confused...?

    I have been accepted to both universities for Electrical engineering but I am confused. The thing is I personally like ualberta because of its ranking and the big name but my purpose is to get a job soon after graduating and get nationality afterwards, but my father suggests that USA has a bigger job market and you... show more
    I have been accepted to both universities for Electrical engineering but I am confused. The thing is I personally like ualberta because of its ranking and the big name but my purpose is to get a job soon after graduating and get nationality afterwards, but my father suggests that USA has a bigger job market and you will land a job easily, therefore go to WVU. I know Ualberta is a bigger university than WVU ... What should I do?
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • If cons went to college would they know both science and mathematics are part of the liberal arts?

    Along with economics and law. Liberal arts defines the traditional college curruculi that have existed since the medieval ages. These include the social and physical sciences, mathematics, literature, and philosophy. These were called liberal arts because they were considered necessary arts to master for a... show more
    Along with economics and law. Liberal arts defines the traditional college curruculi that have existed since the medieval ages. These include the social and physical sciences, mathematics, literature, and philosophy. These were called liberal arts because they were considered necessary arts to master for a learned man. It has nothing to do with being a modern liberal or actual art, though many colleges now include any non-technical degrees and courses in their liberal arts programs. BTW I have a business degree so I am not STEM or liberal arts.
    10 answers · 3 days ago