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What should I base the decision of my college on?

I am a sophomore at Sumner Academy. I tend to be indecisive and I have no idea what I want to even do at college...

#college

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Active Apr 04 at 13:55

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Posted by Terrence P.
Lindsey Manning-Djabbari | Director at CareerVillage.org Hi Terrence! It's perfectly ok, especially as a sophomore, to not ...

How important is the degree you major in college ?

I'm a sophomore in high school and i really want to know how important the degree in college you major in is. #college...

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Active Apr 04 at 13:52

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Posted by Aisha C.
Heather A. Harper | Relocation Coordinator I agree with the other responses, but I would like to ...

How do I choose a college?

Due to my dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer, I did not even consider going to college at length until this year. In the IB program at my high school, surrounded by bright kids who already know their top 5 schools, I feel hopelessly confused. I don't know anything about where I want...

#college #college-selection

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Active Apr 04 at 13:46

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Posted by Zella H.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps <span style="background-color: transparent;">Collegeboard.org is a great resource for this! I poured ...

How do I know which college I will like?

I want to pick the perfect college but there are just so many choices....

#college

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Active Apr 04 at 13:21

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Posted by Mindi T.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps <span style="background-color: transparent;">Collegeboard.org is a great resource for this! I poured ...

How do you know what college is best for you?

I'm a sophomore in high school and I have really been trying to select colleges that would best fit me as a student. #college...

#college-selection

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Active Apr 04 at 13:20

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Posted by Amiya G.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps <span style="background-color: transparent;">Collegeboard.org is a great resource for this! I poured ...

Tips for financing college

Since college is expensive and I am going to become very familiar with college debt come this fall, do you have any tips on how to handle financing my loans and payment plans? #student-debt...

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Active Apr 04 at 11:05

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Posted by Joseph P.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential The key to getting a good education is to treat it ...

what kind of college can u go to for a teacher

because i want to be one #college...

#nurse

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Active Apr 04 at 07:54

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Posted by Cherokee J.
Christopher Boutros | Accountant, Financial Analyst, Marketing Specialist I hope this article helps: http://www.learnhowtobecome.org/teacher/ In a nutshell, you will ...

What degrees would accompany CAD certification?

Degrees that accompany certification increase the chances of being hired. #college...

#cad

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Active Apr 03 at 15:19

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Posted by Brandon H.
Kevin Culp | CSR at Directv Well Brandon that depends on what your goals are for utilizing ...

How many classes do you take if you're considered full-time?

I am asking because I heard college students only take up an average of 4-6 classes a semester. #college...

#students

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Active Apr 03 at 14:56

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Posted by Tia B.
Crystal Rodwell | Educator, Leader, Writer You are correct. By the federal government's standards, you must take ...

What is the biggest transformation from high school to college?

I am asking this question to better prepare myself for this transformation. #college...

#high-school

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Active Apr 03 at 14:30

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Posted by Brittani C.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps You will need to focus on stress and time management. In ...

What advice would you give a student in high school who wants to pursue a career in nursing?

I am a Senior at High School and I want to become an RN and need some helpful advice in order to pursue this career. #nursing...

#college

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Active Apr 03 at 03:59

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Posted by Karina H.
Elaine Gomer RN, MS, PHN | School Nurse, Morgan Hill Unified School District Hi Karina;Nursing school can be very challenging and competitive to get ...

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 Apr 02 at 20:02

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Posted by Kristina C.

What are some classes to take in college that will make me a more well-rounded person?

College offers so many opportunities to learn new things - but we don't have a lot of extra class time after we take the requirements for the core curriculum and for our major. So I would like a few recommendations on courses that are worth taking so I can learn something else that is fun and...

#college #college-advice

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Active Apr 02 at 00:53

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Posted by Jonathan M.
erinn e. | Medical School Advising / Higher Education Jonathan -- some suggestions are: psychology, sociology, nutrition, anthropology, economics, and ...

Do employers look at which college you get a degree from?

Does #college choice matter?...

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Active Apr 01 at 18:52

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Posted by Thomas L.

What do I do if I am out of state in school, without my primary doctor, and get sick?

I don't understand how insurance and school work together. I don't want my parents to get stuck with a big bill. I won't have them around to help me figure out where to go. Chances are I will need a doctor at some point during my college years. #college...

#healthcare

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Active Apr 01 at 18:41

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Posted by Lucy M.
Elizabeth Chambers | Student at University of Vermont Hey- you're thinking ahead, good for you! I live on a ...

Where does merit scholarship money come from?

Every college I applied to (and some I didn't) has offered me incoming freshman scholarships. Why don't they just lower their cost instead of giving scholarship money? Where does that money come from anyway? Are they just eating the cost or is someone actually giving the money for us?...

#scholarships #college

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Active Apr 01 at 18:33

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Posted by Lucy M.

Will an employer prefer a degree from an university/college over than one from a community college?

Is a degree from an university or a college more valued than one from a community college? #degree...

#college

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Active Apr 01 at 12:04

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Posted by Rohit S.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Starting out at a Community College is a wise and prudent ...

How can I pursue a career in pharm while also having fun in college?

I want to go into the medical field of pharmacy --whether that's PharmD or pharmacology, I don't know yet, I know that I'm in that vicinity-- and get a good job where I can make an even better salary. But I also want to live the normal college life and not live four more years of stress-induced...

#college #pharmacy

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Active Mar 31 at 21:01

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Posted by Malina D.
Constance Topolewski, PharmD, BCPS | Clinical Pharmacist at Geisinger Medical Center Hi Malina- I am not sure where you are in your ...

Should student debt be a major deterrent in determining which university to attend?

While there are many factors to consider when choosing a college, one of my largest has been the cost to attend. I know there is no clear-cut answer to whether or not a certain university is worth attending over the other, but should student debt be one of the most important (if not the most...

#college #student-debt

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Active Mar 31 at 17:25

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Posted by Brendan D.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential You asked a very important question. During my years in Human ...

What are the first steps in preparing for college after you have accepted their offer?

After you finally submit a deposit to the college that you plan on going to, what are the next steps to prepare for all the different aspects and opportunities that college offers. #planning...

#college

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Active Mar 30 at 02:04

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Posted by Andie S.
Jasanpreet Kaur Bhatia | Human Resource || Startup Enthusiastic || Writer Great question!Before i answer, i would really like to appreciate that ...

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 experience. I also have a lot of friends also going to the same college. I was just curious. #college...

#time-management

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Active Mar 29 at 19:36

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Posted by Nolan W.
Lynette Smith | Marketing Manager Hi Nolan,Sounds like a busy schedule! College can be a fun ...

Do you go to college for the degree or experience?

I talk to so many of my fellow graduating seniors and all they talk about is the experience of college. However, when I mention academics they tend to turn their head away. I just wonder what do most people attend college for? More of the experience of academics? #college...

#academicsorexperiance

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Active Mar 29 at 16:05

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Posted by Arianna A.
Renee Viveros | Special Education School Counselor Very interesting question. I went to USC as a student-athlete and ...

What are some disadvantages of going to art school?

Like all colleges their are disadvantages to going. I wanted to know what are the major disadvantages of attending art school? #college...

#artschool

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Active Mar 27 at 23:08

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Posted by Imani M.
Eric Vincent | Freelancer Visual Communication Specialist Okay, Imani, of course there at disadvantages if you choose to ...

Will I be able to take other fun classes in college that aren't related to my major?

I'm excited for college and for the new opportunity to learn! I'm just wondering, will I be able to take classes in a variety of topics that don't necessarily correspond to my major? Of course I'll take all the required classes, but will I be able to fit in others as well? I love learning...

#college #college-major

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Active Mar 27 at 18:06

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Posted by Sarah H.
Kelly Rose Wilkinson | Web Designer at Havertys Furniture Great question. Naturally this will depend a bit on you major ...

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.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential I would wait no longer. It would be a good idea ...

What are methods to use for writing longer essays?

I'm asking because writing is my weak point. I can tell you exactly what I mean but when it comes to writing I like to keep it short and simple....

#college

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Active Mar 26 at 14:12

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Posted by De'Andre T.
Patrick Thomas | Product Marketing Manager, VR at Google Writing is not easy, but it's a skill you can learn ...

What are the best studying and note taking habits to have in college?

I am going to college next year and I've never been the type that needs to take notes or study. I know it will be a lot harder, so I need good studying and note taking tips....

#college

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Active Mar 25 at 22:49

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Posted by Kennedee Y.

What is one advantage college students have?

I believe college students have the advantage of having an environment with different people who have different connections to different jobs and careers. College is resourceful. #college...

#college-advice

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Active Mar 24 at 01:56

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Posted by Heidy R.

What is the hardest part after graduating from college?

Seems like after you graduate college life is not set yet, you seem lost in a big world still. For example where do you go now? What job will you obtain? Whats your plan after?...

#college

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Active Mar 24 at 01:52

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Posted by Heidy R.

Are there any problems with entering college in the spring semester?

I've recently gotten accepted to a good college, but with admission deferred to spring semester. Once I get in, I'll be student just like any students, but I was wondering if there were any academic or social problems with not entering in the fall with most admitted freshman. Does anyone have...

#college #college-admissions

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Active Mar 23 at 08:42

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Posted by Kira Z.
Taylor Hanzlik | Risk Assurance Associate at PwC Hi Kira! Thanks for submitting a question. I wouldn't be nervous ...

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