I'm a sophomore in high school and I want to pursue the IB diploma. I was wondering to what is the main difference between IB Literature SL and IB Language and Literature SL, which one do colleges value higher, and is one harder than the other?
I've always loved psychology and how people think, the criminal justice system, crime scenes, and all that exciting stuff. I'm always asking questions about why things happen, why people do the things they do. I thought about psychiatry but the amount of schooling that requires kind of made me chang
I am highly interested in learning french, i want to know the best way to become better with conversations (understanding spoken language).
Right now I am in community college, trying to sort my life out. I want to be a writer but I also want to teach, and do a million other things with my life, what do I do?
As of right now, I am currently an English major finishing up my first semester in college. I really love my major(it was changed from marine science) and I'm so excited to continue on with it and see where it takes me. That being said, I am a little worried about being able to pay off my student lo
I am intermediate in English (writing-listening-reading) and basic in (speaking). I am interested to learn English and be like a native speaker and I want to visit America and some European countries and get a scholarship .
Since the start of my high school career I have dreamed of becoming an engineer. I will thrive to major as an engineer because I know that engineers work to solve global problems such as world hunger, clean water, protecting the environment and improving the quality of everyday life. Now that the ti
I want to study the English language and its science, but I know that the careers I am interested in will require me to possibly teach or aid people with difficulty speaking or those who want to improve their English, but I myself have an accent that I can't get rid of.
I want to be an English Professor and I would like to know how STEM careers could help with that
I am in college right now and I have no idea what I want to do, I heard this major they offer called liberal arts, it sounds interesting but I have no idea what careers are out there for liberal arts.
Agency is the ability to make choices in the world. People are called into different subject positions and once an individual is called into a subject position they lose agency.
I am a class 11 humanities student. I have Psychology, Entrepreneurship, Fine Arts, English and Geography as my subjects. What are the best paying career options for me?
This is a very weird question but I have friends in korea. And in korea, TOEIC is the test that everyone takes to see how good their English is. Getting a good score helps you get employed and things like that. So I want to take it once just to see how good I am. But I'm an American citizen. So I do
Im taking a turn of the career im taking.
Am confused with American and British English
want to improve my English
want to know about arts and literature and what do i have to do to excel in that field.
I'm interested in travelling in my twenties, and I hear that teaching English is a good way to make money while living in another country. Is this still a possibility for me if my major has nothing to do with education?
Obviously I'd have to go into an English-focused stream, but I was wondering if there is a stream specifically for sports? Or do opportunities (hopefully) open up later in my post-secondary career?
I don't know what I want to major in currently and I was wondering what I should do to help. I thought about taking an intro course in different majors that seem interesting to me. I want to make sure that I major in something that I will enjoy doing for the rest of my life.
English is the major I am pursuing in college. I like reading and writing.
I love to write, and I want to do much with it (perhaps like Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner and their freakonomics books), but I'm pursuing degrees in statistics and earth sciences. How might I manage to still forge a semi career out of those fields? Of course, the obvious, do the freakonomics thi
I'm seeking a possible career in secondary education, and while I've been working as a teacher's assistant for almost a year, I still want to know more about what it's like to be a teacher.
I've always wanted to teach, but if things don't work out, I'm not sure what I can do with an English degree since it seems that each job requires something other than an English degree!
Does anyone know of any good colleges that have acclaimed/really good creative writing programs? I'm an aspiring writer, and I'd love to know! Thanks! :D
I want to major in English but don't want to be a teacher. Is there any other path I can take to use my degree?
Although I'm not in college just yet, I am curious as to how I would find internships post-college. Is there a website I would have to go to or maybe just by getting to know people? I really am unsure.
I am about to be attending my first year of college, though I have taken some college classes already to get ahead. After taking an online English class, I decided I want to be an editor. I know editing, like most other things, takes practice to get good at. I've got my college plans all figured out