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What are the best colleges to get an engineering degree, specifically electrical or mechanical?

I am a Junior and a home schooler trying to choose the right college. #college...

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Active Jul 30 '17 at 17:42

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Posted by Andrew A.’s Avatar Andrew A.
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Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Hey Andrew! Great question! I had this exact same question when ...

How can I optimize my financial aid applications to earn more for college?

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Active Jan 18 at 10:37

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What can I do with a degree in Interior Architecture?

I'm looking into getting a degree in Interior Architecture, but I'm not exactly sure what jobs are available for someone with said degree. #college...

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Active Jan 16 at 11:25

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How and When should I apply for graduate school for Clinical Psychology?

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What are some good study habits for college students?

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Active May 19 at 07:37

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Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Hope,It is really important to not fall behind, especially in your ...

Small college vs medium size university?

Just trying away my pros and cons, need a little help...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:34

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Cathy Y I think generally, the larger the school the more resources and ...

do you think joining a sorority is smart? and if so, does it matter which one I would choose?

Hi! My name is Michaela and I will be a senior next year! I am, and have been for a while, very curious about how sororities and fraternities work. I myself have been debating if joining one would be the best decision for me. I also know there are many different ones to choose from and don't...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Michaela  W.’s Avatar Michaela W.
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Lindsey Manning-Djabbari | Director at CareerVillage.org Hi Michaela! So sorry this is the first time your question ...

I am a graduate and I am working in a production company. So I have no time to join regular courses of Electronic Media.

Which Institutes are offering these courses through correspondence?...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Brian Oketch | Graduated from Mt. Kenya University You just need to check with schools in your area for ...

Is it manageable to work part time, pursue a sport and get decent grades in university?

I'll be joining uni soon and I wanted to know if working part-time (about 12-15 hours per week), pursuing a sport(in my case swimming) and achieving good grades is feasible for a student and how much time should I devote to each?...

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Aditya Dhekane | Sr. Advisor Data Science at Dell Global Analytics If you are pursuing a part time degree or appearing as ...

When do you find is the best time to study and do homework if you have a spread out schedule? I will be running cross country and will have 3 hours of practice in the afternoon in addition to classes. I also want to maintain a social life and enjoy the

I will be running cross country in college and have a lot of friends also going to the same college. I was just curious and I also need it for a scholarship...

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JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... I was also a student-athlete, and my social life was the ...

Can I still apply for scholarships while I'm still in college?

I just wanted to know for future reference....

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Active Feb 27 at 08:09

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phillip rasy | Commercial Sales at Dell Yes. Every scholarship has their own requirements. LSU Austin alumni has ...

How to finish college strong?

I'm about to start and it would be great to know!...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Alyssa! Here are some tips: http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/professors-guide/2009/08/19/15-secrets-of-getting-good-grades-in-college http://www.wikihow.com/Do-Well-in-College https://www.universityparent.com/topics/academics/the-14-habits-of-top-college-students/#gsc.tab=0 However, college ...

Which college/stream should i take?

Where should I take admission? Chandubhai patel w institute of technology charusat information technology or ad patel institute of technology computer engineering? One is deemed university and other is affiliated to Gujarat technical university(adit). Please help. What is difference between two...

#engineering #college

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Active Dec 21 '17 at 21:47

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Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi, One tip is you seek contact the academic coordinator of ...

What should I do before being a U.S Army Ranger?

I am in 6th grade and want to be a U.S Army Ranger #college...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:09

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Gary Stephen Petito | Career Guru Hi, You have plenty of time but I would suggest staying ...

Passion or Conventionality?

I am conflicted on what I should do in college. I have a strong background in creative writing, and it's something that I've always been good at. I like to write but I don't see myself pursuing writing as a long-term career. I have recently found a passion in music, but it's something I am...

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Active Jan 27 at 11:51

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Sam Seldon | Mechanical Engineer Hello Sydni, I think you should go with your creating writing ...

What do you believe is one experience all people who go to college have?

Do you think there is anything all people experience when going off to college, even with the diverse backgrounds, cultures, and personalities people are coming from? #college...

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Active Mar 11 at 22:06

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Posted by Anna G.’s Avatar Anna G.

Do UC schools have a lot of impacted classes?

I have heard it is difficult to get the classes you need/want in the UC because of crowding....

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Active Jan 19 at 22:21

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After applying to universities as a transfer student, how long does it usually take for schools to get back to you?

I applied to many schools before December 2017 as a community college transfer student. I sent my fall 2017 transcripts to these schools back in January and I still have not heard back from four of them, so I'm just wondering how long it should take on average. #college...

#transfer-admissions

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Active Mar 27 at 08:45

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Posted by Taylor G.’s Avatar Taylor G.
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Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential I would wait no longer. It would be a good idea ...

Should I reach for Ivy League schools?

I'm first-generation and minority with parents that don't speak English. If I were to reach for such advanced institution, I will be promising a better future for my descendants... right? Do I really want to overwhelm myself in High School in an attempt to get accepted to one of these schools?...

#college #college-admissions

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Active Apr 18 at 16:19

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Natalie Fowler | Global Customer Program Manager at Dell EMC Hi Adrian, College is very important for opening up opportunities for ...

How do you keep focus on your classes?

Sometimes I find it hard to focus on my classes when doing online classes. There are so many web sites that I'd like to spend my time on instead of doing homework. How do you stay focused?...

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what math should you start in college

I don't know which math i should be finishing off in highschool #college...

#math

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Matthew M.’s Avatar Matthew M.
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vineet Selvaraj | Call Rtg and Sched Sr. Assoc, GIRC Operations ... Most high schools require students to take 3 years of math ...

Which college has a good architecture/ interior design program?

I live in Washington and I know my options here in my area, but I'm really interested in branching out and going out of state for college but I'm not sure on where to go. #architecture...

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Active Jun 10 at 18:02

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Barbara Shays | Space Planning Project Manager at South Shore Health ... In New England (where I live) for Interior Design, I would ...

How do you make yourself competitive when applying to colleges?

What can I do in high school that will help prepare me for applying to colleges? Is there anything that will help set me apart from other applicants, especially when applying for scholarships? #scholarship...

#college

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Active Mar 14 at 14:16

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Do potential employers look at whether you went to a state school or a private school? Does it sway their decision?

As a New York native, state education would be a cheaper option. However, my #1 choice school is a private school in Pennsylvania. Do employers have a preference of which of these schools they would rather have someone go to? #college...

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Active Mar 04 at 13:56

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Posted by Cameron S.’s Avatar Cameron S.
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Austin L. | PwC Experienced Associate, Advisory Good question Cameron. The best answer to that question is that ...

When I go to college for engineering, is it necessary to pick a single field?

I'm asking this question because it's not like me to serve a single purpose towards sustainability or society. I want to do a whole lot of things for the world I live in and I want to know if my decided major in engineering will allow that. #college...

#engineer

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:33

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Posted by Clarreese G.’s Avatar Clarreese G.
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Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Yes, you have to pick a major. And yes, you can ...

What if I were to transfer to another state in my senior year of high school and attend college there, would I be considered out of state or in state?

I current live in Maryland and over the summer I might move to Georgia, I only have one year left in high school and afterwards I will be attending college in the state that I am in....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Robert Cross | Business Development at Dell Financial Services Congratulations on thinking ahead! There is not a universal definition of ...

What are healthy habits to develop in order to prevent myself from becoming "burned out" in college?

I am extremely invested in my education and I am very passionate about academics as a whole. However, I am scared that I will put too much energy into my success during my freshman year and, consequently, not apply myself to my fullest potential throughout the rest of my undergraduate years....

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Active Mar 08 at 06:54

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Posted by Mason C.’s Avatar Mason C.
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Amanda Nersasian | Licensed Secondary School Counselor Hi Mason! Self-care is extremely important in order to prevent burnout. ...

What type of college should i go to for video game designing?

I want to be prepared for the road ahead...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:18

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Posted by Sandy B.’s Avatar Sandy B.
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Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Actually there are schools that offer video game design degrees. Check ...

Is it smart to take a gap year to work and apply for better schools next year?

I missed out on a lot of deadlines because I didn't want to go to a prestigious school, but now I'm reconsidering. If I take a gap year, can I apply next fall? How much more difficult will that be? #college...

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Active Jan 20 at 03:03

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Posted by Bella D.’s Avatar Bella D.

What are colleges really looking for when I apply?

I want to know how to make my applications stand out to get into high competition schools. #college...

#college-selection

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Active Jan 19 at 13:24

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Posted by Catherine M.’s Avatar Catherine M.
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Kevin Wang | Advisory Associate at PwC Above most other factors, colleges are looking for passionate, unique, driven ...
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