Las Vegas, Nevada
Im a new freshman in Vegas, I'm currently taking Principles of Health Science. We have only very few medical elective options that we can take. We have Medical Assistant and Community Health Science. I wanna be a PT, so what other courses should I take as an option and career building course?
14 year old freshman. never have never had experiences with anatomy or anything medical. im also still unsure about my career path but im planning on PT or anything medical.
I am in the 10th grade, I'm majoring in the medical professions field in highschool, I'm at a 2.6 GPA, taking 3 AP classes and 1 honor class. What is some advice you could give me to improve my GPA? In the future, I strive to be a neurosurgeon but I'm afraid my grades are going to prevent me...
I wrote my personal statement on neuroscience, but I applied as a Philosophy major to UNLV. UNLV doesn't have a Neuroscience major, but they have it as a minor. Did I lesson my chance of admission to UNLV because of my personal statement and major choice?
I am in 8th grade about to go to 9th.
I want to be a WNBA Basketball player.
Why is it important to not use the exact same words on your resume, especially for different jobs you're applying to? and what would be the best way to keep searching for jobs after not getting hired for the first few times? What are some things to remember when being approached by an issue...
I'm considering universities and I was sure I wanted to major in neuroscience, but one of my desired schools only has a neuroscience minor. I'm not sure what the differences are and how having a minor versus major degree will affect my career options.
I was leaning towards pre-med in the beginning, but now I'm interested in being a veterinarian. I saw someone on social media doing both, but I didn't know that was possible.
Edit: I know I want to be a neuroscience major.
Any tips or tricks? I am going into biology and will be moving onto veterinarian after that
How can you struggle with a subject in school but what you want to pursue in the future requires a subject you don’t understand or your not good at?
How can i become a realtor in the future but also have trouble with the required mathematic knowledge that you have to have in order to be in the real estate market.
I want to be something of a software engineer.
My mother was on hospice for a year and I was her caretaker. I fed, bathed, gave medication and assisted with the bathroom. Do I list it on college applications just like that or reword it?