Career questions tagged collegelife
What are some different ways that I can overcome challenges and struggles in life ?
As a high school student there are different challenges that I come across, but what are some different ways that I may be able to approach them? Would you say that some challenges shape the way you are now as a person?
How am I going to handle all of the stress in college if I can’t even handle the stress from 8th grade?
I have so much homework all of the time and have dance everyday of the week so I can barely get it done. I am terrible at science but I want to become a doctor which includes a lot of scientific knowledge in it.
When you were in college and felt overwhelmed with classwork and life in general, how did you keep pushing on??
I am currently in my first year majoring in computer science. I need to make sure that I balance attention to my schoolwork and family obligations as well as having some fun. I do not want to fall behind and sometimes the stress of whats to come is overwhelming.
How did you choose your college?
To seniors who have just committed to your college, or to others that have in the past, how did you decide which one to commit to? In terms of priority, which factors were more important, i.e. what were the deciding factors?
Is It Okay to Graduate College Late?
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 into that path since I was also encouraged to get my degree as fast as I can.
What are some things to do during college?
I'm going to go to a local college and I wanted to hear from first hand experience what to do to enhance my college experience. It's a relatively small college and there are a few programs there but I also want to know what relevant "college enhancing" things to do. Still very unsure about college life and want some insight into what to do to make my college experience more memorable.
What was/is your experience been in nursing school? How would you describe it?
Hello! I am a rising junior in high school, and I am certain that going into nursing is something I want to do. More specifically, I want to get my BSN, become a registered nurse, then get my masters and become a nurse practitioner (specialize in sports medicine or orthopedics). I am curious about how life would be as a nursing school student. How stressful is it? How much free time do you get? Is it fun? #nursing #nurse #registerednurse #nursepractitioner #college #collegelife #nursingschool
What is the simplest way to get a full ride to college?
I know that you have to have great grades and be involved with everything, but isn't there a way to get to college with a bunch of scholarships or just with one full ride really easily? #CollegeLife #AdultingIsHard
How can I prepare for living at home during college rather than on campus?
I have heard, from many different students, that college requires a lot of study time. I am worried that having my family around may cause distractions for me when it's time to concentrate. My parents are helpful when it comes to my study time but my smaller siblings can be noisy and distracting at times. Also, living on campus provides many experiences for students and I wouldn't want to miss those experiences but don't know how I will be able to be involved living away from campus. #collegelife #studying-tips #livingathome
What should i do in college to stand out to employers?
what activities and things should i do in college so when i come out i will be irresistible to employers. i want to be a macro or micro economist. #college-bound #college-advice #collegelife #macro-economics #microeconomics
How do you get past the struggles in life to be successful?
As a college student, there is always something that gets in your way. It could be making bad decisions, making wrong decisions, or just messing up. Sometimes it gets hard to get pass the struggles when there are problems hitting you from left and right that are always there to test you. #collegelife #collegestudent #success
Are study groups in college worth it?
Depending on the person, whether they like small or large groups, maybe even to be by themselves, is making a study group going to make it easier for our college years? Might it just scramble things up and just add more taken time on your schedule? #collegelife