Career Questions tagged College
I want to attend a four-year college, but I'm also worried about debt and student loans. I'd like to take action that would prevent me from having to spend the rest of my life paying off debt ( like the 2 years at York tech free then going to an actual college). But if it will be worth it for...
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I would like to get into an Ivy League college but i don't play a sport. I do a lot of other extracurricular activities like playing the violin, community service, DECA, tech crew, and case rally, ect. I wanted to know if colleges look at these clubs as of equal value to sports.
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.
How much pressure should I put on choosing what I want to study at University? I am currently very drawn toward Psychology and English and I don't know which to focus more on.
I am a junior in high school.
I would prefer not to go into education.
I don't know whether to focus on English or Psychology and I'm worried that if I choose to focus on the wrong one, it will all go downhill.
What sections of my resume need improvement or could use a bit more detail to help make it a stronger resume?
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Hi, initially I wanted to get my Associates degree from a Community College then transfer as fast as possible. Lately, I have been dealing with a lot of things and considering to take it easy and maybe get my Associates a semester or year later. Yet, I feel quite scared of letting myself go...
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
What opportunities would you recommend a student take advantage of during their time in school?
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.
What courses do you recommend taking in both college and high school if I’m looking to get a business major. Also about how long does it take to get a major?
I'm currently a high school student who is interested in creative writing. Would it be more valuable to try to start writing and get published right away, or go to college and major in something language/writing related? Could I do both at the same time?
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...
my scores in academics aren't that...good. I have around 2Bs and 2Cs in my A levels and I want to ensure that I can still get into a few top-tiered colleges. In what ways can I build my portfolio so I can get in without much of a focus on my 'lack of academic performance'?
I'm currently 17 and I'm a senior in high school, but I'm finding it difficult to pick a career choice mostly because after I invest money into that career what if I decide 2 months in, that's it's not for me. Then what do I do? How do I make sure that I pick a career choice that goes with me,...
What is the best way to manage my time in high school and studying tips I sometimes have a hard time understanding or will often times zone out and not understand what I'm reading or what is being said.
Any tip counts or even websites that will potentially offer help to me.
I don't have the resources I want to pursue higher education. How can I go about gaining knowledge?
What is the best way to manage my time in high school? Also, what is the best thing to do during that managed time?
What are some of the best ways to manage my time properly during high school and what's the most effective way to use that managed time?
As someone who wants to study nursing in college and knows how competitive the field is, how do I differentiate myself from others applying? This also goes for the workforce, when I'm applying for different jobs how should my resume and my work experience stand out to make me look like the best...
Am currently in my second year of high school and still don't have any idea of what I want to do in the future.
It would help very much and thank you
I'm not leaving high school until 2025 but I think I should at least start trying to find my strength in different jobs
When is the best time for me to start looking into a career?
IF my potential major is biology? How could I narrow down my options after graduating?
I have been working on applications and have a variety of schools that I've applied to. How am I supposed to know which one is the one for me?
I am in the CYSC program and I would like to have more information on where I should look when I am applying for new jobs. What search engines do you use?
Why is College so expensive and how do I make a plan to be able to pay back any amount leftover after scholarships, while I am playing sports all through college. #fall22
I am deciding what to major in going into my freshman year of college, and can't decide between getting a solid understanding in chemisty or biology. Which do you think?
I am a sophomore in high school, and English has always been my favorite subject. I love to write, especially when I am able to represent stories of those who cannot or struggle to. The field of journalism is one that fascinates me, and I intend on pursuing it in college!
How difficult is it in college to become a real estate agent? Are any specific classes needed?
My dream career is to be a mental health counselor. Mental health counselors talk to a patient and get to know the person, they do this so they can give advice or feedback that relates more to the patient and their struggles. Speaking from personal experience I have found that counseling does...
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