I am about to write college essays for my college applications and would like to know how to make my application seem better than the rest. This will help me in writing my essay.
Do a lot of professionals make new goals right after the new year? #EOY22
What kind of specific jobs can you have relating to crime scene investigations and what kind of degrees do you need for the jobs?
I would like to be able to have a job in crime scene investigations but i'm not sure what to major in, in college or what different jobs there are for me to possibly have in the future.
I just wanted to ask: ---how much does it usually cost to go to college straight through winter, holidays/vacations (if possible)? ----next year I will be in senior year, so when done with high school will I be able to take some college classes before college...
What is recommended for someone who has interest in several fields and has trouble zoning in on one to focus on in college?
Hi, I am a sophomore in high school and have increasingly been asked what I want to study in college. I struggle with this question because I am fascinated by journalism, psychology, film/cinema, and digital design. How might I be able to go about choosing one specific field?
I want to be a Chemistry major, but I am having trouble starting to pick a career path that would be beneficial in all aspects to me.
did your college help with getting a job when graduating?
What are some legitimate scholarships online?
I am a senior looking to be a nutritionist/dietician but I still want to pursue musical theater as a minor.
I need to commit myself to working as hard as possible. I believe the more time I put into something the better I get and anything that I do to be productive can only help me in the future. So definitely trying to be as productive as possible.
I think something that I can do is to work on myself as much as possible when studying. I believe that the more I do something the better I get, and anything that I do productively can only help me in the future.
Which courses in colleges and universities will best prepare me for pursuing a career in immunology in the future?
I am a senior in high school who has a strong interest in biology, statistics, and latin. I am unsure about which learning areas I should pursue. #Fall22
I'm not too sure what jobs majoring in biology would open up. Is a biology major worth it? To biology majors: is it worth majoring in biology?
What's it like being a freshman in college and how does it differ from being a freshman in high school?
I just want to compare my freshman year from high school to what my freshman year might be like in college.
best classes to take, how to get involved,
Many people have told me that going to medical school will most likely get you into debt after. I wanted to ask: - how do I know what type of loan to get? - will I be able to take more loans after each semester? -if I don’t use all my loans and I return some, will I be able to get...
When did you realize that the profession you're in/studying for is something you want to do for the rest of your life?
I've had a countless number of dreams as a kid including becoming a chef, a vet, an artist, etc. My hobbies and interests are constantly fluctuating and it can get in the way of my life sometimes. I recently discovered that I enjoy being around kids, and this has made me wonder if choosing a...
Nursing is a very expansive and crucial field of study. I'm sure there are both peaks and valleys to any nurses' career. What is the most difficult part of being a nurse?
I am currently a senior with a great interest in pursuing nursing. My favorite classes are biology, psychology, and anything math related. I can't wait to one day be able to care for the sick, injured, and dying, or provide support for their families and communities. With a strong background in...
Do certain colleges look better on resumes than others for nursing?
Is it better to wait to obtain your DNP? Is it better to gain experience as an RN before becoming an NP?
Is it better to spend some time working as an RN after obtaining your BSN, or is getting your DNP right after ungrad just as good? Pros and cons to practical work as an RN vs finishing DNP earlier without that experience. #FALL22