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A few of the University's I am looking at do not offer a pre-med major. What would be a good major to enter if the Pre-Med track is not an option(including Chemistry and Biology)do you believe I would be set back by not obtaining the pre-Med track.

Although I have been told it is not mandatory or entirely vital to major in Pre-Med to get into Med School.I would feel more secure in my studies if I majored in Pre-Med or something similar. What are your thoughts? #pre-med ,#medicine #university #major...

#healthcare

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Active Feb 27 at 19:06

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Posted by Desoray T.
Jennifer Schumann | Curious Data-Driven, Adv.Analytics, Project Management Hackathon Enthusiast seeking ... One of the other things I would also recommend researching are ...

What colleges allow this major?

I was curious to what colleges in North Carolina that give good majors for entrepreneurship. #college #university #entrepreneurship...

#buisness

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Active Feb 27 at 08:08

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Posted by Nolan J.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Nolan! Here is a good place to start your search ...

What are some ways of getting connections while you're in college?

Making connections is very important and something everyone should be doing. Not sure how and where to start networking though. #university #internships #college-bound...

#networking

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Active Feb 27 at 08:08

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Posted by Sean J.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hello Sean, Here are 6 tips for networking while you're still ...

I want to be financially independent in 3 years. Tips?

What steps should I take if I want to make this a gradual process? I am in University going into my sophomore year. Books to read? People to talk to? etc. Thanks y'all! #finance #management #university #advice...

#money-management

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Active Feb 27 at 08:07

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Posted by Matthew W.
Claudio S Barbosa | MBA, CPA Here is what I suggest that you do (this is based ...

How do I find the perfect career?

Even though I am a freshman in High School, I want to start thinking of a future career, but I do not know where to start off. #college #career...

#university

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Active Feb 27 at 08:07

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Posted by Samantha R.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi! Samantah! You asked a very important question. Your career is ...

Would saving money and going to a community college for two years be acceptable?

I've been told that doing this is perfectly fine yet a lot of people are also telling me that the first two years of going to a University is where you make all the meaningful connections you will be needing for your career. #college #university #college-admissions...

#community-college

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Active Feb 27 at 08:07

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Posted by Sean J.
David Dolch | Senior Manager - Engineering It depends on the community college. If it is a good ...

University or College?

I'm often pressured by my parents to attend a university and I don't really disagree with the idea, but a college nearby offers a nursing program that I think is more suitable for me than the one at the university. The courses at the university are more textbook based courses while the college...

#university #college #nurse #nursing

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Active Feb 27 at 08:06

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Posted by Vivian L.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Vivian! Congratulations on being interested in Nursing, which is a ...

Is it better to go in or out of state for college/university?

I am psychologically set on furthering my education out of my home state at a four-year university, but is there any disadvantages in doing this besides out-of-state tuition? Advantages? #university #career-path #workforce-planning #college-advice...

#college-choice

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Active Feb 14 at 13:47

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Posted by Liam C.
Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research It really doesn't matter if you go in-state or out-of-state - ...

Is graduate school a lot harder than regular college?

I have heard from a numerous amount of people that graduate school is not harder than your regular college and/or university. Some people have told me that all it is is a lot more work and that it dives into specific content, which to my expectations does make sense because it is based strictly...

#university #graduate-school #college

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Active Feb 12 at 23:42

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Posted by Mitchell A.
Shannon Richard-Howell | Educator/Counseling Professional Hello. This is a good question. Graduate school basically prepares you ...

Are there downsides to hiring someone who graduated from an HBCU (Historically Black College/University)?

I just wanted to know if all graduates are looked at as qualified no matter what school they attended or if students from certain schools look more qualified #college #jobs #university #hbcu...

#black

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Active Feb 08 at 14:43

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Posted by Augusta I.
Jennifer Taylor | Lead Accountant As a undergraduate of an HBCU, I can honestly say that ...

Deciding a minor

I'm in my first year of university and I recently decide that I'd like to minor in a different program from the one I'm in. But how do you decide a minor? Should it be based on your interests? Or based on a possible career path thats different from the one your'e currently on? #minor...

#university #college #business #college-major

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Active Jan 30 at 11:14

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Posted by Teleola A.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... Set up a time to meet with your academic adviser- they ...

What are the pros and cons of attending a large University versus a small collage?

I am undecided on if I want to attendlarge university, of a smaller college. Id like to inquire on the differences between both and what works well. #college #college-major #college-advise...

#university

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Active Jan 21 at 19:22

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Posted by Seth T.

Why do so many of my high level peers go straight to a 4-year university?

I’m in many high level classes with a high GPA and I feel a pressure to jump on the bandwagon to a university. But is it worth that? I am thinking about going to my local college and then transferring to a university, but is that a waste of my talents? #university #college #college-transfer...

#college-advice

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Active Jan 17 at 22:21

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Posted by Liam C.

What qualities make a fresh graduate stand out to employers?

How important is a student's GPA upon graduation? What can one do to increase the likelihood of getting hired? #graduation #hiring #college...

#university

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Active Jan 11 at 23:39

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Posted by Alisha S.
Jennifer Haden | Higher Education Consultant Hi, Alisha - A high GPA, whether cumulative or in the ...

What sorts of activities could I be involved in outside of University and Internships that would improve my resume?

I know that there are a range of options that are supposed to be available to students at university in order to help them begin to get involved in their field of choice, however, I have had a hard time finding internships, research or work through my university. What are some other options...

#university #resume-building #internships #resume

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Active Dec 25 '17 at 12:47

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Posted by Ashley H.
Lakeshia King | Tax Associate at PwC While an accounting student, I obtained a position as a teller ...

What is the best university in Canada

I want to go into the medical field, so which university is best in Canada? #medicine #university...

#college-selection

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Active Dec 21 '17 at 00:32

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Posted by Diljot S.
双勇 陈 | -- The history of the McMaster University dates back to 1830s. At ...

What is Cornell like and did you like your experience there? How tough is it to get a good GPA there?

I am a junior in high school. I am looking to apply to colleges next summer and just wanted to get a heads up to see what I was aiming for. #college #university...

#ivy-league

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Active Dec 13 '17 at 18:02

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Posted by Hamid W.
Marshanell Ferguson | Student Success Coordinator/Advisor at Judson University Hi Hamid, The Ivy league colleges are quite selective on their ...

What langauge courses would be most beneficial to study in university?

Most universities (that I have seen) require a language as a part of your study program. Are there any languages that are preferred by employers or should be considered more (i.e. ASL, Chinese, Spanish..) or can it just be our preference? Thank you! #foreign-languages #university #language...

#college

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Active Dec 07 '17 at 13:40

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Posted by Ashley H.
Katherynn Ortega Garcia | Account Sales Executive Hi Ashley You can select the languages you like to learn, ...

Is Accounting the right degree?

I am a junior in the University of North Texas at Dallas. My degree is Accounting but I am afraid I am making a wrong choice in regards to my degree. I feel this way because I have heard that Accounting is very boring. What I want to do is help with the profit of a company. Is this the right...

#accounting #major #university

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Active Nov 28 '17 at 12:46

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Posted by Jasmine M.
Allison Reppe | Senior Associate at PwC Getting an Accounting degree doesn't mean you have to become a ...

How do you persuade your parents into letting you attend a selective out of state university?

My parents at the moment have forbidden me from choosing a university that is more than an hour away due to the fact that I have to live at home with them. I want to know that should I get into a really good university that happens to be farther away how do I convince my parents that the best...

#college-selection #university #persuasion #parent-communication

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Active Oct 27 '17 at 15:33

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Posted by Nada D.
Bobby Mora | Senior Associate at PwC Hi Nada, I think the approach contained in Madhu's is sound, ...

What are some good ways to advance my education after attending my 4 year college? (MTSU)

I will be studying Biology in Middle Tennessee State University this coming up fall. I am extremely excited, but I'm not sure what to do after 4 years. I plan to be an orthodontist when I finish college and I have no clue what step to take to lead me into that right path. #college #biology...

#university #orthodontist

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Active Oct 23 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Sally K.
Michaella Munyuzangabo | Solution Specialist: helping companies improve their supply chains ... Hi Sally, Now that you have started, you should go visit ...

What are some tips on how to cope with separation anxiety?

I just graduated high school and I will be living on campus at a university in the fall as a college freshman. I am extremely family oriented and I know I will miss having my family around very much. I can already imagine how sad and lonely I will feel without them. Can you give me some tips on...

#university #college #family #graduate

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Active Oct 23 '17 at 10:59

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Posted by Kendra L.
Michelle Vakman | Director, Graduate Admission Make sure to check in with them regularly...Skype, Facetime, and WhatsApp ...

What type of technology is used in first-year university labs?

I take medicine that makes me unable to operate large machinery, and I'd like to know if it's a problem I need to address with someone at the university. #technology #university #first-year#college #science #career...

#medical

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Active Oct 14 '17 at 18:13

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Posted by Vanessa C.
Herman Liu | Clinical Trial Management Associate Hi Vanessa, It depends on your university and your classes and ...

How many AP and challanging classes shoud one take during High School? Do all schools accept AP credits?

I am a junior in high school. I am looking to apply to colleges next summer and just wanted to get a heads up to see what I was aiming for. #college #university...

#ivy-league

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Active Oct 05 '17 at 23:44

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Posted by Hamid W.
Florentino Cardona | Graduate Student In Educational Counseling Hi Amid, it depends how well are you to handle the ...

Should I go straight into post-secondary?

Is it recommended/better to just immediately start post-secondary right after high school? #college #university...

#school

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Active Sep 29 '17 at 13:37

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Posted by Calvin K.
Angelica Rossana Tolentino, CPA | Global Mobility Services at PwC Hi Calvin, The answer depends on what you plan to do ...

Being a philosophy major is something of interest to me but I often hear that it is useless when working- how do I get the most out of a philosophy class and at was school to make it worth it?

I am interested in studying philosophy but don't want to major in something that will make it hard for me to get a job. People say it can be useful if done right- how do I do it right? #education #university #higher-education #consulting...

#philosophy

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Active Sep 23 '17 at 00:13

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Posted by Aukai E.
Christina E. Rodriguez | Career Advisor | Student Advocate Hello Aukai, I'm posting two links for you. One is for ...

why should i study bioinformatics

I am interested in bioinformatics how good is this career? #university #research #japan...

#bioinformatics

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Active Sep 02 '17 at 00:43

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Posted by Leion E.
Aijaz Pasha Bioinformatics is complicated. One needs to learn statistics, both frequentist and ...

Would University of California, Berkeley accept me If I kept these grades up? ENG - 102 Trig - 98.37 Science - 96.32 Global History - 95.5

I'm a Sophomore and I really really want to get into Berkeley. What things would I need to do, other than have good grades, in order to have a higher chance for getting into Berkeley ? #college #university #berkeley...

#acceptance

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Active Aug 16 '17 at 19:51

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Posted by Sami F.
Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Sami, Thanks for posting your question. First, I'd like to ...

What are some job options for someone with a degree in theoretical physics?

I'm going to university next year and hope to get a degree in physics, notably theoretical, and I really have no idea what jobs could also include my passion in it! #university #physics #occupation...

#theoretical

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Vanessa C.
VGG-Consulting (Vesselin Gueorguiev) | International Instructor/Research Scholar in Physics & Mathematics willing ... Almost everything around us could be viewed through the physics point ...

How do you keep yourself motivated when studying a subject you really don't like?

I love the program I'm taking, but there are some courses that are mandatory and not related to my field. It's easy to get motivated to study most of the courses, but the other mandatory courses also affect my GPA. So, how do I motivate myself to study hard and do very well on the courses that...

#personal-development #studying #university #studying-tips #study-skills

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Posted by Ursula G.
Nina Chaney | Team Coordinator I take frequent breaks, listen to music that's going to keep ...

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