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How to get scholarship?

I need one....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:42

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Posted by Kartik C.
Stuart Bowen | Academic Coach, Montgomery College Here's the first thing to remember: EVERYONE needs a scholarship. College ...

What are the factors that I should consider whether or not graduate school is appropriate for me?

I am almost done with my bachelor degree in college, and I'm not sure if going to graduate school is right for me. For now, I would like to explore the work market for a while first. I would like to get some advice on how I should determine or assess myself in future if I wanted to go on to...

#academic-advising #graduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:39

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Posted by Hollie C.
Tamara Smith, M.S., CPLC | Founder and Life Coach at You Fit Well, ... Hollie, it sounds like you have a very clear head and ...

Better relationship with Advisor?

I want to interact with my advisor better. I know going more to their office is a way to do that but I'm not sure what to ask them about. What are some general topics that would spark communication? #academic-advising...

#college-advising

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Active Jan 18 at 15:55

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Posted by Jenise B.

If I choose BCA, what are the extra courses to be done? Will I get placements?

I am doing by 12th standard in Govt School. If I choose BCA what are the extra courses to be done? Will i get placement #professor #it-support...

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Active Apr 03 at 01:20

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Posted by Sabarideepa N.
Jasanpreet Kaur Bhatia | HR Generalist || Startup Enthusiastic || Writer Placement depends upon the college. Work hard and get selected in ...

I would really like to become a National Park ranger, what would be the best way to get started. College degree?

Trying to decide what field to study in college. #degree #college...

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Active Nov 11 '17 at 19:24

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Posted by logan M.
Cailin Mondo | Aspiring academic advisor with a Bachelor's degree from ... Hi Logan! Thanks for reaching out. When choosing a degree to ...

What classes should I take to study Philosophy?

I am a freshman in High school and was wondering what would be good classes to take in high school and in college to become a Philosopher? I have been interested in asking questions about life and the world around us, and was wondering if there is certain classes to take for this. #philosophy...

#high-school-classes #academic-advising

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Active Apr 16 at 12:45

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Posted by Aedan C.

how do you switch your major after being accepted for one already?

Im asking because im indecisive about two majors but im leaning towards one than the other and i may change it. #medicine #college-major...

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Active May 17 at 16:07

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Posted by dominique D.
Kelsey Euell | Senior Associate, Real Estate Assurance You will have resources available at your university that will allow ...

How did you decide on a major?

I like everything and am having a really hard time narrowing down what I really want to study. What are your best resources for helping you decide? #college-major #college...

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Active Apr 21 at 00:05

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Posted by Hannah B.

what can i do to help myself figure out what i wanna choose as my major?

I’ve always been surrounded by people who have known their whole lives what they want to study and what they type want to do with their lives, but i’ve never been able to figure out what I like and what my skills are. It’s been sort of freaking me out lately because i feel so pressured to...

#academic-advising #college #college-major

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Active Apr 21 at 00:12

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Posted by rachel P.

How do decide on a major i truly want?

I’m asking this because I’ve changed my major so much. It’s like i have an idea of what i want to do, but the field doesn’t interest me anymore. I’ve changed my major so many times and i know i have to have I.T figured out by next fall but, i just have no idea #college-major #college...

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Active Apr 21 at 00:19

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Posted by Layonna R.

Does failing in one elective means that you can not graduate?

i am asking this question because i have computer science AP class and it is really hard and i feel i can't get good grades in it. Somehow i passed my 1st semester but i am worried about my 2nd semester because if i don't pass maybe i have to go summer school and then delay my graduation and i...

#grades #academic-advising #graduation

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Active Apr 21 at 00:35

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Posted by Zona Q.

What happens if I completely change my mind on what I want to major in?

I am interested in pre-med but what if it ends up not being my passion? #college #college-major...

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Active Apr 21 at 11:43

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Posted by Camille C.

What does it take to graduate from college?

The reason why is because so I would have an idea what to do to be successful in college. #college #graduation...

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Active Apr 21 at 12:20

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Posted by Donovan P.
erinn e. | Medical School Advising / Higher Education Hey Donovan, a bachelor's degree is roughly 120-130 hours in length. ...

How long does it take you to cope with a new area?

I've been watching a lot of YouTube videos about first day experiences and living in the new dorm in a new environment and most of the people who are taking videos seem pretty confident in themselves. I've never moved before in my ENTIRE LIFE and now all of a sudden I'm getting kicked out and...

#life-transitions #academic-advising #college

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Active Apr 21 at 12:20

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Posted by Kristina G.

What are effective ways in entering the education field?

I am interested in working in a school setting as a carer counselor or academic advisor and would love to know how to achieve this goal. #academic-advising #higher-education...

#education

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Active Feb 16 at 13:14

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Posted by Manuel A.
erinn e. | Medical School Advising / Higher Education Hey Manuel, I worked as both an academic advisor and a ...

Is getting a dual degree worth it?

It’s basically the cost of two tuitions at my school, so is it worth it? If not, then what’s the point of just #double-major #college-major...

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Active yesterday

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Posted by Lejla B.
Gwendolyn Mumford | Graphic Designer at AIG Hi Lejla, it is also important to consider financial aid requirements, ...

Is it ever too late to go back to school?

I've recently gone back to school and feel like by the time I graduate I'll be to old to start out in a new field. #goingbacktoschool #academic-advising...

#college

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Active Oct 17 '17 at 20:03

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Posted by Megan H.
Jerin Varughese Hi Megan, Its never too late. If you believe in your ...

What tips do you recommend for someone who has trouble finding a study method that works for them

I have trouble #studying and I need some new #study-habits that will help me get through my semester...

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Active May 17 at 16:01

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Posted by Hazel C.
Jonathan Brandin Hi, in college I found that I was much more productive ...

I am going into 10th standard, what should I do now to prepare for my future?

I work hard and would like to prepare for my future. #higher-education #academic-advising #college [P.S. This question was edited by a site admin for grammar and...

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Active Apr 11 at 21:33

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Posted by tasleem F.
Vickey Manning | MD Pick occupations that interest you. Then research them in depth. You ...

Nursing career- getting my BSN Degree in 4 years.

I'm graduating from high school this year, and my plan is to become a BSN but im not going to a 4 year University yet. What classes should i take for now? #college #nurse #nursing...

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Active Oct 26 '17 at 22:32

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Posted by maryam O.
Linda Hassan RN, MS, BSN, CCM | Registered Nurse Hello Maryam, I love your question. Congrats on graduating from high ...

Does the name of a college affect the influence behind the degree you may earn?

I understand that there are huge differences in Ivy League schools. However, if I am planning on attending a regular university, does the name of the university carry as much weight and does it affect my degree? #professor #graduate #academic-advising #college...

#college-selection

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Active Feb 22 at 08:27

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Posted by Kelsi W.
Daniel Arndt | Vice President - Associate General Counsel at AIG The main advantage of going to an Ivy League school is ...

What does it take to be a successful and productive college student?

I'm preparing for college and I'm just curious about what challenges college throws at you. How can these challenges be avoided. #career-counseling #college-bound #mentoring...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:41

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Posted by Terran A.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Self-discipline! You will be tempted to cut classes. There are LOTS ...

How to get an on-campus job while doing Masters?

I am pursuing my Masters in UT Arlington, and I am interested in building up my profile. #advice #academic-advising #advising #college-advising...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:42

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Posted by Kartik C.
Marjorie A. Goode | College & Career Planning Consultant Hi Kartik, Have you visited the Student Services Center at your ...

Going in as a nurse is it reasonable to try to double major or is the course work load too much?

I would like to try and double major. I want to major in Nutrition and Kinesiology. I am wondering if their will be enough time for me to do both with the course work load that nursing requires. #nurse #student #nursing #healthcare...

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Active Mar 01 at 18:32

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Posted by Izabellah D.
Klara Aminova | Registered Nurse at Emory University Hospital Good morning! When I was in nursing school, the demands were ...

help!!! what are some ways to be active in college for a future medical school student

I'm a current freshman in college and I just recently declared my major. I'm a biology major and in the future I plan on going to medical school. I feel the need to be active in college, so it looks good on my transcript, but don't know how. #medicine #biology #doctorate-degree #college...

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Active Mar 23 at 22:33

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Posted by marnath B.
Keith Schweiger | Senior Academic Advisor at Temple University If your school offers an office that specializes in working with ...

What should I do if I discover that my college major is not something that I truly like after upon graduation?

I heard quite a few people saying that their majors are actually not what they want or like after graduation, and that this scared them since they have put some much money, time, and effort in college life. I wonder how should one cope with such situation? #college-major #career-path...

#college-advising #academic-advising

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Active Feb 27 at 08:06

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Posted by Hollie C.
Jackie Linton | Copywriter at Apple Hi Hollie, I can personally relate to this dilemma, as it ...

What are the odds of getting into veterinary school if you don't attend a top level college?

I would like to become a marine mammal veterinarian but the odds of getting into veterinary school are very small. There are only 28 vet schools in the USA. So is it better to attend a top flight undergraduate college where it's also very difficult to get in or go to what is considered an...

#veterinarian #academic-advising #veterinary #college #college-selection

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Active Dec 21 '17 at 22:01

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Posted by Katie S.
Jane Elizabeth Rowlands | Veterinarian at Thrive Affordable Vet Care Hello, This is actual a complicated question. In truth, you are ...

What are some extra curricular activites that look impressive on a college application?

I'm a sophomore in high school and have been focusing on building up my extra curricular or activities so I have a good list when I start applying for college and I want it to look impressive so they can see that I'm all around good student and not just academically. #college-applications...

#community-service #academic-advising #extracurriculars

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:49

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Posted by Denisse P.
Jarvarus Gresham | JD Candidate & Human Resource Professional at Alston ... Colleges normally look for well-rounded students. I think that it is ...

Noisy students

I was in a class and the professor is a little bit boring so the lecture was. There was this guy sitting behind me, he was making all kind of disturbing noise. I manage to pay atte thin through the class. In another situation or if such situation repeats itself how do I go about it. Cos u want...

#teaching #academic-advising #professional-training

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:51

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Posted by samson O.
Linda Ann Robinson, Ph.D. | Industrial-Organizational Psychology & HR Consulting Just politely turn around, smile and say that you're trying to ...

Is a kinesiology major an acceptable undergraduate program to earn a bachelor's degree in pursuing a career as a plastic surgeon?

Looking it up online it appears there is no specific undergraduate major required as long as it's in the field of science. However, just to be safe I would like to know from professionals as well. #plastic-surgeon #college #academic-advising #medicine...

#healthcare

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Active Oct 14 '17 at 19:07

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Posted by Matthew S.

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