Respected @lionel Silberman @ollie Jones and @matt Manuel sir , I am a student from India I am sure that after my high school I will be studying in any country other than india so I was a bit confused about which country and which college would be best for me as I am a 85-95 % scorer and interested
I am planning to take the ACT in September and SAT in October and I would like to know how I can study for both simultaneously and receive the best scores I possibly can. Any advice? Have any of you done the same before?
I am a high school student currently enrolled in collegiate high school working towards my AA. I am very interested in fighting sex trafficking and would be interested to know my options as far as this field goes and what my major should be to be successful on this path, but still have a versatile d
I need a animation website for school can you recommend some good animations websites that are free to use I need one for a school project.
Should I be looking at law schools in the state where I want to live and practice law after graduation, or should I only be looking at the schools that have a good program for the kind of law I want to practice? I am torn between the two options, and I was wondering what criteria I should consider m
college student, seeking an internship position, which requires three professional references on the reference page. i've sent formal email to my previous employer, but I haven't gotten any reply yet. I really need the reference before next week. We are FB friends, is it appropriate to message my
I'm planning to major in Physics and while I'm not terribly passionate about it, I was wondering what career paths branch out from Physics.
I've been wondering for a while about Ivy League schools and what their biggest turn off is when it comes to applications. Whether it's low grades or not enough extra curricular activities, I'm not sure.
I am currently in my second year of college, and I still am undecided on what to get my degree in. I have taken personality tests, spoke to counselors, spoke to friends but I still feel as if I am lost and my heart doesn't know what it wants. I need help.
I received an invitation to participate a IB social event. Business casual or professional?
I am going to school for counseling but it is really hard to choose the type of counseling I really want to do. I work at a behavioral health center but I do not know if I want to continue working there are working with children when finishing with my schooling?
I'm still debating between the fields of mechanical and chemical engineering. I wasn't quite familiar with chemical engineering, but I feel like it is a very interesting field. I have a ton of questions about chemical and mechanical engineering that would really help me be more insightful of my cho
I am confused that whether i should do M.Sc.IT(Master of Science in Information Technology) or MCA(Master In Computer Application).
I am interested in doing medicals .i want to know what I should work towards. is there any exam that I should take now?
I'm possibly going to be teaming up with a sex therapist in her new private practice planning and running some sexuality-related workshops. I was wondering if anyone had tips on hosting these, such as: How best to gather ideas? What kinds of people-skills I might need? How to keep them exciting and
I would like to know why it is so amazing to have a company sponsored retirement plan, and some benefits.
Journalism is a popular career path idea for students but the way into this line of work is not clear.
I am international student in Canada and I hope to begin career in private equity. I just want to acquire local experience before graduation.
Not that I necessarily want to go to an art school, but I would like to look at all possible options. I have always loved art and am self taught--where though I never had lessons or took classes, I was able to be accepted to a competitive high school to study art. However, I chose to go to a high
Would it be the same amount of years as becoming a doctor? Can you go to regular colleges for education and then proceed to med schools? -- I was just wondering since I have always loved animals though I have never really considered it as a career (or a number one choice of a career).
Although I am not applying to college yet, I am involved in many extracirriculars because I have a lot of different interests that may not relate to each other like singing, drawing, science, writing, etc. If I continue to do all these extracirriculars (simply because I will enjoy them), would it be
I want to know a few good reasons that would support the career choice of becoming a video game designer.
I've never known what I wanted to do or pursue career wise. I took psychology and sociology in my first year and a half at college, and I liked them, but I don't know what exactly I want to major in. I wouldn't mind studying more into sociology but I also want a career with a pretty decent earning a
Hi. Recently I was searching information about medical residencies and I found out that laboratory medicine has some kind of two "similar" specialties. So, my question is: what are the main differences between a physician with a specialty in medical biochemistry and another one with clinical patholo
Years ago, I earned a degree in engineering science. Then I spent the next 20 years working in retail. Now I'm looking to switch careers - and I really don't want to have to spend a fortune in schooling when I already have a BS (and a BA in history, BTW). No engineering organization will look at m
Since i'm myself, i believe i know alot about me. I believe i'm strong at analyzing. I am pretty quick to grasp and understand the situation of the place, stuff, and people. And eventually i get to realize what causes have brought to this situation and results quicker than anyone else. Although, i'm
I'm going to study b.tech ECE what exams i want to write to get job easily in government as well as private. And what jobsnare offered
I want to know what is d benefit of my studies and to devlope my future plans..pls answer as soon as possible...
I have heard people say that if the graduate school is not paying for you to come then something is wrong. Does it depend on the school, or major, or something else? I don't understand how this works or what it really means.
I am confused about what goes in graduate school. I understand that it's usually taken after going to college and sometimes you have to take a test to get into one, depending on your career choice or the degree you're seeking, right?
I'm graduating soon and want to know what first or next steps I can take to get closer to being a marriage and family counselor.
I was looking on LinkedIn and I couldn't decide or figure out what industry psychology or any occupation related to it falls under. I was guessing human resources but I haven't received any good recommendations so I feel like it's wrong.
I'm a high school student looking to apply to the University of Edinburgh and Oxford for a degree in either Economics and Management (Oxford)/Economics with Finance (Edinburgh) or Economics and History (Oxford) and Economics and Economic History(Edinburgh). I feel incredibly passionate about the way
I am currently a Freshman in High School and I am having a little trouble deciding what kind of doctor I want to be, so I want to know the pros and cons of both.
It's very hard to focus, even though it's quiet. I easily get bored. It's also hard to manage your time. I always procrastinate.
I have always loved cars and the way they work
I'm a freshman (9th grade) in high school, and since summer is coming, I wanted to get a job. I'm having a bit of trouble trying to find jobs that don't require a degree and such. Update: With your guys' advice, I've decided to enter some writing contests and hope for exposure and maybe some pay! F
I'm a junior in high school and am interested in science but keep getting rejected from summer jobs that build leadership skills by teaching younger students science. I also have not found relevant internships, and I'm afraid of getting rejected once I do because of the competition from other studen
I'm currently a junior in high school and plan to attend a 4-year university to get my bachelors in computer science. I know that most major airlines require at least a 4-year degree, but it doesn't matter what they major in. I could go to a more popular aviation school such as Embry-Riddle and do
I am a junior in high school and I am having trouble finding which path I should take to increase my chances of going into the career I want to pursue. I know that I want to go to nursing school but I also know that this career is very competitive. Which courses should I take to guide me towards ear
I am a 11 grade student in American high school, and I am looking for a good college to studying my majors for business works and marketing. Any ideas?
Here is what I enjoy: math, public speaking, finance, business, and I have occasionally touched coding. I want to go into a field with security has a lot of potential for becoming rich.
My sister-in-law is a primary grade teacher and she said she loves it. I have gained a heavy interest in this field, but I would like to get started on figuring out where this major is more heavily taught, and where I would get the better teachings for this topic.
I like dancing and acting, but I know that to be successful in that career, it's a one in a million chance. I would love to just be apart of that world, either editing or filming the whole thing. But I don't know what college to go and am pretty unsure of going on to pursue it.
I'm in the 11th Grade and I am unsure about which college I can get into. The college I'm looking for is one that is known to most people and has many available majors, but does not require the highest of grades(B-C area). Another thing I wonder is if the college can provide the necessary classes fo
Are more innovative jobs available in chemical engineering or computer science during college? What can/should I do in high school to work toward each job?
I am a high school junior and I love the way I get to think in my chemistry class, but I also love engineering and making things with code. I am trying to decide on a major for college.
Hi my name is Omid and I am a Junior in high school. My GPA is in the range of a 3.3 and I feel that it is not good enough to get into a top school. Because of this I have been deciding a little bit of going to community college. Is this okay and is it still possible to get into a major top school o
I am interested in the medical field but I am unsure of what major to pursue in. I am interested in neurology and brain anatomy Any suggestions appreciated!
Nursing is a really popular career as it offers a lot of benefits such as high wages and more flexible schedules. However, due to the huge amounts of people applying for this career, it does not seem realistic that everyone will be accepted. What other careers offer these benefits or similar that ca
i am interested in psychology but unsure of my exact career.