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Kyleigh545 views

What is the number one way to pass your college classes?

yep this is really stupid now that I am done

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Fibion350 views

what are the best steps to take to be a nuero-surgeon after taking a biology major for 3 years in undergraduate college in India? How many years will it take to complete Masters and to finally be called a nuero-surgeon ?

#student-counseling #neurology

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Gabe691 views

What's the best way to deal with anxiety that comes with the financial side of the college experience?

#student-counseling #academic-advising #scholarships #financial-planning #financial-accounting

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Leonila886 views

Can I apply to dental school and hygiene school at the same time?

I have been put on a wait list to dental schools. I am going to reapply again but I am keeping my options open just in case dental school will not accept me again. I am also going to apply at a hygiene school. ( Note I have all the requirements I needed for dental my scores were not that bad. I have numerous hours of dental shadowing and volunteerism and many years experience as a dental assistance. Very competitive entrance. ) I would gladly to hear some inputs. #dental-school #hygiene-school #school-counseling #gap-year #student-counseling

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Clarise1101 views

How many hours of classes should I take per semester?

I am working on enrolling, and I will be a full-time student. I want to take as many gen-ed classes as I can to get them out of the way, but how many hours would you recommend I take? I won't be living on campus, so I don't want to overload on classes, but I would like to get classes done. #student-counseling #college-admission #college-admissions #college-advice

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Sean726 views

What are some necessities(or extra things) I need to bring to college?

Being the first child that is going to college in my immediate family, what are some necessities or extra things I should bring to college as a freshman? Thanks! #college #freshmen #student #student-counseling

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amy752 views

What should my schedule be as a freshman in college to best utilize my resources?

I am currently a senior, and wondering about college classes. #college-advice #college-admissions #college #student-counseling #freshmen #classes

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Cristina1126 views

How I can prepare myself for an exam?

I'm having a hard time to organize myself and plan my day. The final week is getting more stressful for me and I have problems to memorize the new information. #exams #test #school-counseling #professor #higher-education #education-management #education #organization #organizational-development #student-counseling

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Meschel805 views

What is a good way to increase college GPA?

I want to bring up my GPA before graduating #college #student-counseling

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Jennifer1029 views

I am studying for a post first degree law, which possible arears should i focus on

I am applying for post first degree law school this year. I like to learn new things, I believe I have good communication and debatable skills. but I am not sure if I know what to expect in the entrance exams or during the interview. I would really appreciate some guidance. #law #career-counseling #law-school #guidance-counselor #student-counseling #corporate-law #law-practice #personal-development #job-application #career-details

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hazel1357 views

can i pursue two courses at the same time

i am 16 right now and i need to choose my career so as to work for it in my last 2 years of my high school. I really want to pursue two careers and i wont be able to choose between them since i am really interested (sometimes talented too...) in them. so i dont know if i could do b.sc in biotechnology and fashion designing and the same time. (note: i would do my pg too). In biotechnology i am looking for research oriented jobs and for fashion designing my only aim is to be a part of the New York/ Milan/ Paris / London or any other fashion week ( no geographical restrictions) pls could you help me? #career-counseling #research #fashion #biotechnology #fashion-design #student-counseling #future-careers #biotech

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Mohammad947 views

What is the best approach to take towards a poorly taught course?

I am a graduate Electrical Engineering student and throughout my career as a student I found that there were a few classes that provided less than satisfactory learning experience and I've always felt unsure about how to approach such classes. I feel that I tend to be uncertain about who to talk to and whether I should voice my opinion at all about the class and how to do so. An expert advice would be beneficial on this topic. #professor #student #counseling #college-student #student-counseling #academic-advisor #student-affairs #student-engagement

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Ginna965 views

Is it allowed, and is there a benefit to using new studet loans to pay off the oldest ones?

I am in graduate school, and the student loans are piling on. I notices some of the older, unsubsidized loans are starting to accumulate interest. I wonder if it would be wise to use my refunds to pay off these older student loans? #graduate-school #doctorate-degree #student-counseling #student-affairs

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Esther929 views

Does college rankings matter?

I remembered back in high school, rankings was a big thing to me. I would constantly check usnews and other websites to see where a certain school ranked before applying to it. However, now that I'm in a college that is averagely ranked, I am wondering if ranking of a college really does matter? #college #career-counseling #college-admissions #counseling #college-selection #college-advice #student-counseling #high-school-students

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Akampreet688 views

How to plan your courses by semester by semester?

I think planning is important when it comes to graduating on time. I want to be more organized and make sure I am on the right track. #college #students #student-counseling

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Daniel978 views

When is the right time to go to grad school? (Master's Program)

I am about to graduate from University of South Florida in Spring 2017. I am asking because I plan to get my master's in Criminology and Public Admin. but do not have enough saved up for it. #graduate-school #law-enforcement #criminology #student-counseling #public-safety

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In high school, is it better to take career-related classes or classes that are pretty unnecessary to your future but are fun for you?

In high school, classes are separated into core classes (main subjects like Mathematics, English, Science, etc.) and electives (classes outside a required curriculum like Creative Writing, Band, Ceramics, etc.). Electives may not seem that important because they are more of a "just because" class, so many take classes that are laid-back and don't require much work and energy. On the other hand, elective courses also allow you to explore your passions, interests, and career opportunities. I have taken both career-based and laid-back elective courses before and I have to say, both have their positives and negatives. It is hard for me to pick a career-related course though because I don't know if I really want to waste a period on a class that I could take up in college if I wanted to. I took an Engineering Drawing course my freshman year of high school due to an interest in engineering I had then. By the end of the year, I wanted nothing to do with engineering. When looking back, I know it was a great experience to have, but would I have regretted it less if I took a less demanding class? #high-school-classes #student-counseling #electives

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Karen1136 views

What are the essential skills you need to possess when on the search for a job/career. How would I develop and practice these skills as a high school student?

Many have started their job/career lives during high school, whether it be a summer job or necessary part-time work during the school year. Many high school students have also gone out to look for a job, but have come back without a single "You're hired!". I would like to know if there are certain skills that would help you knock out that interview or keep an employer interested in you. Of course certain skills aren't easily obtained and will unfold through practice and use. How would I be able to gain these skills as a high school student? #high-school #hiring #student-counseling #interviewing-skills #student-development #communication-skills

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Felicia897 views

What is the best way to get me to stop telling myself that I'm not 'good enough' for a certain college?

I'm asking this question because I'm a high schooler who will be going through the college admissions process in a year a so, and I know many high schoolers are angry, frustrated, and stressed out over getting into a 'good' college. So I wanted to know how we can tell ourselves that life isn't all about going to college and not getting into your dream school doesn't determine whether you are 'good enough' or not? #student #college-admissions #college-bound #student-counseling

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Nikhita1155 views

How do you find the right volunteer opportunities that help in building experience for the career of choice ?

I love to volunteer and have been volunteering since I was young. Recently I received an advice that I should volunteer strategically. I wanted to find out what others thought. #career-counseling #volunteering #student-counseling #admissions-counseling

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Chanel1266 views

Are taking AP classes and a language in high school better than college?

People have told me you don't even get a lot of credits for AP classes and that they just drop you GPA. Is this true? What option will save me more money? Also, when the high school speech guy talked about what he wished he would do he said that he would take the lanuage four years during high school. I would like to get in more classes in my schedule, but I have a full year of Spanish. Is that better than getting more classes you feel that would help you in high school or to take a language all four years and less classes you want to take? #psychology #professor #student #graduate #mentoring #life-coach #student-counseling #language-teaching

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Mary963 views

How much counseling does a school guidance counselor actually do?

My teacher told me that most of the time, counselors does more of administrative work. They barely have time to actually counsel students anymore. #psychology #guidance-counselor #student-counseling

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Vanessa789 views

What are some things to remember when trying to maintain a high gpa?

I aspire to graduate college with honors. #college #education #educator #higher-education #student-counseling

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Purushotham961 views

aeronautical career question How to become a good pilot?

What are the qualification of a good pilot? #college #teaching #student-counseling #3d-studio-max

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What are the steps I should take to pursue a career in counseling?

I am a 2nd year Psychology major student. I'm looking to go into a counseling career, such as career counseling or student counseling. I'm wondering what steps I should take to pursue this type of career. For example, what classes I should take in college, what I should minor in, and types of internships I should apply for. #psychology #career-counseling #majors #classes #student-counseling

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