In what stage of your educational life did you realize what you wanted to do or are passionate about? I feel pressured and stressed about the fact that I don't know what to do because I feel like everyone else does. Are there any suggestions as to what I should do to get a sense of what I like?...
If my study permit does not allow 20-hour working per week, wether I can do volunteering in workplace?
I am business student so internship will play an important role in my early career. I have some friends who work in banks, can I ask them give me volunteer chances?...
I am a senior in high school and I have applied to numerous colleges for engineering. My only problem is that I applied undecided engineering and after hearing numerous colleges talk about the different fields of engineering they offer, I still can't seem to lean towards a field that I like. I...
I'm currently a freshman at UCSD, and not to long ago I decided to pursue a career in nursing, however, my college doesn't have a BS in nursing. I am a human biology major and was wondering if I should stick with that and then go to nursing school or if I should transfer to another college that...
I have a part-time job and I'm commuting from home to college (so that's helped a lot), but I'm still trying to save for additional costs and even the next year....
What is a good structured way of balancing my studying and college life so that I am not creating bad habits early in my college life?
I am going to play football for Texas Lutheran University, and I am very excited for the college life ahead. When I exert more thought into the whole process, I begin to think about having to balance my studying and college social/athletic life, and I want to be able to thrive in the classroom...
I'm asking because college is expensive and I'm wondering if there are any jobs out there that are perfect for busy full-time students besides work study. Preferably anything online. Personal experience is super helpful. I appreciate the guidance. #college-jobs #college #college-advice...
My fields of study may require lots of graduate school so is there a way to shorten the time I'm working towards a bachelor's? If so, how? And is that recommended? I really appreciate personal experience and guidance. #college #college-advice #higher-education #colleges #college-major...
I'm a sophomore going into junior year and I'm planning to take AP Bio since I might go into the medical field. One of my teachers said that if I take AP Bio junior year I'll start to forget it by the time I take pre-med classes in college. Also whichever year I don't take AP Bio I'll take AP...
I have to pay tuition on my own and I am wondering how that will affect me......
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