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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


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 ...

Should I minor in a subject?

How much of a benefit (in terms of career) does a minor give in addition to a major? Do people with minors have major advantages over those who don't? Is a minor recommended? #college #university #major...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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Posted by Calvin K.
Jeffrey Reid | Eastridge57 I would recommend a language minor - broaden your scope in ...

Is it better to live on or off campus?

Which one is better? #university #life #campus #dorms...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:20

4 answers

Posted by Amira Z.
Kim Ogden | Global Release Manager at Microsoft Hi! When i went to college, I lived both on and ...

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


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 ...

What are the universities which declared fake by the UGC?

want to know about fake universities #college #university #higher-education...



Active Apr 15 at 19:47

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Posted by Shalini S.

How to get into a top school when your gonna be attending community college?

Hi my name is Omid and I am a Junior in high school. My GPA is in the range of a 3.3 and I feel that it is not good enough to get into a top school. Because of this I have been deciding a little bit of going to community college. Is this okay and is it still possible to get into a major top...

#college #university #top-colleges #community


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:59

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Posted by Omid E.
Rose McGovern | Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis Professional If you go to a California Community College, you have a ...

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...



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 is the best way for an undeclared student to discover options for a college major?

This fall, I will be attending a four-year #university , but I have not declared a #major yet. I have diverse interests, so I would like to #explore my options before I decide on a major. What would be the best way to discover my options and learn about new things in order to find the right...



Active Mar 27 at 09:21

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Posted by Natalie H.
Edith Muller | Multitask, Bilingual (English - Spanish), Translator, Editor, Sales, ... Hi! That is an interesting question that many students ask before ...

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...



Active May 29 at 00:24

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Posted by Liam C.
Paul Miller | Hi, nice to meet you Take a look a Roger Schank's web site for taking 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...



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 - ...

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...



Active Jan 21 at 19:22

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Posted by Seth T.

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...



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 ...

Can you get your honors degree early?

Ive been really thinking about what I want to do in terms of careers and post-secondary education and Ive decided that I would like to get my Phd in psychology. The problem that arises is that I don't wanna spend ten years in university. So, I wanted to know if there is anyway to fast- track...

#clinical-psychology #university #honors #psychology


Active Mar 09 at 15:00

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Posted by Zavier R.
Nancy Hamp, MA | Organizational Leadership • Assessment and Interviewing • Educational ... Zavier,For one thing, you could study in the summer to earn ...

Any American universities or programs that do not require taking the SAT?

I am a Canadian high school student interested in applying for school in America. My biggest concern right now is the SAT. #university #architecture #art #sat...



Active Mar 05 at 19:48

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Posted by Erika W.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist It's been eons since I tested. Is it still the case ...

Why aren't more students looking at Technical Colleges

Technical Colleges offer real world training for instant job market readiness. Yet most students and High school push for big Universities and state colleges. I didn't know about my state technical college and found it almost by accident. Since then I have convinced 2 others to join, who...

#university #vocational-school #technical-training #associatesdegree


Active Mar 20 at 15:35

1 answers

Posted by Nicolas M.
Bryant Gomer | Education Manager at Hi Nicolas,That's a great observation that Technical Colleges that teach practical ...

How does early acceptances work for university?

For early acceptances, is there a separate application? How do they work for Canadian universities? #university #high-school-classes...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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Posted by Diljot S.
Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Hi Diljot! I'm from the US and the way early acceptances ...

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...



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 ...

I want to go to Clemson University to become a obgyn nurse what besides nursing should I major/ minor in?

My GPA's not that great but my SAT & ACT scores were great. #nursing #university #medicine...



Active Mar 01 at 18:58

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Posted by Khalajha B.
Rachael Poznek | Nurse Extern at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals Nursing programs are pretty rigorous! Your chemistry, biology, anatomy, pharmacology, etc. ...

Is computer engineering a better career or Dentistry?

I am almost a UNiveristy student and i dont know what to choose #professional #university #computer-engineering...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:51

1 answers

Posted by Rahma W.
Gregory Hotz | Internet Of Things - Go To Market Specialist Big difference! LOL! In high school I wanted to be an ...

What are the benefits and detriments of going to a college/university in your state in comparison to attending one out-of-state?

I am in my junior year of high school and am on the search of the college of my dreams. I am planning to attend a university in Pennsylvania because it is not too close and not too far from my home state of New Jersey. I am getting a bit tired of my current city location and think it will be...

#in-state #university #college #out-of-state


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:41

1 answers

Posted by Karen P.
Keith Martin | Wireless Technology Planning If you are looking at public schools, the tuition will typically ...

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...



Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

1 answers

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 ...

What are some ways I can start to be an investor or a business owner?

I ma a Finance major and I wan to know ways I can succeed at getting internships during and after college? #finance #university #investing #business...



Active Apr 26 at 19:54

1 answers

Posted by Prince B.
Alberto Chan | MBA Student at Carnegie Mellon - Tepper School ... Hi Prince,Great to hear that you are thinking about your future. ...

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...



Active Dec 07 '17 at 13:40

1 answers

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

I will be starting college in the fall of 2017. Do you have any do's and don'ts to help calm my anxiety?

I've never been away from my family and my college will be 1 1/2 hours away. I don't think any of my friends will be attending the same college I am. It's always scary getting out there and trying new things and now really knowing what to expect. Any kind of advice from someone that's been...

#college #university #osu


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

3 answers

Posted by Megan E.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Megan! Congratulations! Here are some tips on making the transition: ...

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...



Active Feb 27 at 08:07

4 answers

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

Should I study at home or abroad?

Are domestic or foreign universities the best for university/college experiences? #college #university...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:58

5 answers

Posted by Anaka N.
Sara Anderson | Environmental Scientist It has its pros and cons. Attending a foreign university can ...

What is the environment at Ivy-leage and top unverities and collges like?

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...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:43

1 answers

Posted by Hamid W.
Brian Cunkelman | Engineer and Manufacturing business leader I believe that education always comes down to the effort you ...

What are the best ways for a high school freshman to gain money on the side?

I am a freshman now but I already recognize two things. First of all my parents will be able to afford little to none of the expenses associated with university and the amount of education and money it would take to become a doctor. And second the costs to university for that long of a time...

#higher-education #university #jobs #financial-aid


Active Mar 05 at 12:19

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Posted by Nada D.
Jennafer Langworthy-Erickson | I am seeking employment that cultivates my committment ... I agree with Ken, community college is the way to go.... ...

Engineering Math

I want to get into a good college but i have not taken calculus yet. I am a senior in highschool and I want to get into UCSD or UCLA. Do you think I have a chance of getting into their engineering program? Did you need to take calculus before college? Or can you take it in the university?...

#mechanical-engineering #engineering #university #math


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:48

3 answers

Posted by Jed Y.
Jasmine Hudson | Chief of Staff - Device Technology Yes... you can take calculus when you get to college. If ...

What are some steps to take as a freshman towards preparing for university?

I am a highly ambitious person and am aiming high in my choices of universities and I know to be accepted there are a lot of people that start preparing from now. The problem is I don't know what steps I can take to prepare for university or to make my application look really good when the time...

#university #university-applications #freshmen #high-school-students


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

2 answers

Posted by Nada D.
Carmen Merrill | Career Services & Job Readiness Coordinator My advice would be to use your summers and time-off wisely. ...

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