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What advice/tips would you give a high school student who is not a very good test taker? What kinds of things helped you take tests well? What sort of study tips worked best for you? Did you have any sort of pre-test rituals that worked?

This question was asked by a high school senior in Los Angeles, Ca who just received her ACT test scores. She's disappointed with how she performed but plans on retaking the exam. She's applying to several University of California schools this semester. #college #university #test-management...



Britney Brix’s Avatar Rachel Chace’s Avatar Lindsey Manning-Djabbari’s Avatar Sydney Smith’s Avatar +1
Active Apr 03 at 15:03

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Britney Brix | Sr. Sales Manager, Symantec First of all, be kind to yourself. Very few people would ...

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...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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

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


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Active Mar 05 at 12:19

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

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...



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Active Apr 26 at 19:54

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

Is it better to go to a bigger school rather than a smaller school?

I am a Sophomore at a small high school, and I was wondering if it was better to go to a big college and/or university? #college #university #school...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Irma A.’s Avatar Irma A.
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Wendy Bean | Sr. Cyber Intelligence Architect at Zynga It depends somewhat on the environment you are most comfortable in. ...

When/how do you know what you want to do in your future career?

I have lost interest in my previous interests, and I do not know where to start. #college #career #university...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Ryan Bonaparte | Manager at Samsung Pay; Author of Crazy Enough ... This can be a tough problem, but it's also a very ...

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...



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Active Mar 05 at 19:48

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

How much of the college admissions process is based on luck, and how much of the process is based on accomplishments, grades, test scores, and extracurricular activities?

This question was asked by a senior in high school who is beginning his college application process, today. He is interested in a career in computer programming and hopes to find himself walking the halls of a California State University during the fall of 2016. I would like to share this...

#college #university #college-admissions #college-applications


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Active Apr 04 at 14:10

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

Are CLEP tests a pass/fail scoring system?

is it a pass/ fail test #college #university #college-credit...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

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Posted by Bridget S.’s Avatar Bridget S.
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Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Bridget! Thanks for the question. CLEP exams are not pass/fail. ...

Is it more important to go to a prestigious college/uni or to go to another college/uni that is more unknown, but cheaper?

What are the pros and cons of going to a prestigious college/uni (ie Ivy League)? Is it worth it? Will I be able to have the same quality of education elsewhere? #college #education #university #colleges...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:37

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Posted by Kristina Y.’s Avatar Kristina Y.
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Kelly Reed | speech-language pathologist Many factors are needed to answer this question. 1. How does ...

What do colleges and universities look for in applicants?

I've always been told that you should be a "well-rounded" person if you want to get accepted to a good college, but that has never made sense to me. If I was a part of a college board I'd want students that excelled in a field that they are passionate about and would rather them be great in...

#students #application #university #college #college-admissions


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Active Apr 11 at 13:26

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Posted by Sam T.’s Avatar Sam T.
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Lindsey Manning-Djabbari | Director at Hi Sam! Great question. I'm sorry it hasn't been answered yet! ...

what university is known to be the best for the major business/Marketing?

well i am junior at odlh and i want to major in business/marketing but i dont know which university is the best. #business #university...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:08

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Posted by Mayra N.’s Avatar Mayra N.
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Hans Riemer | President, Market Vantage LLC, SEO, Pay Per Click ... Hi Mayra, there's not one "best" university because each student is ...

Is open studies in university a waste of time?

Is it better to just wait until I successfully get into a specific program, or does open studies offer valuable assets to have as a student? #college #college-major #university...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by Calvin K.’s Avatar Calvin K.
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Leonard Hennessy | Freelance Audio Production and Actor; Retired Navy Hello Calvin! I think it depends on a few other factors. ...

What are some ways that you can get a bachelor's degree in less than 4 years?

I want to know if there is any way to shorten the amount of time spent getting a bachelor's degree. It would be an ideal situation for me because I will have 8 years of schooling afterwards to become a doctor. #medicine #university...



Lorelle Smith, ARNP, GNP-BC’s Avatar Elizabeth Coccia’s Avatar Kelly Reed’s Avatar Jim Casey’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:49

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Lorelle Smith, ARNP, GNP-BC | Nurse Practitioner at Lifepath Hospice There are several ways that may work for you: 1) You ...

Should I get a part-time or university job while attending classes?

It has been something that I have been questioning since I started at university. I know that I need a greater amount of experience than I have currently, and in getting a job, I will have more funds. Which is just a touch important. On the other side, a part-time job may not be in the field of...

#work-life-balance #university #part-time #jobs-for-college-students


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Active Mar 08 at 13:11

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Posted by Ashley H.’s Avatar Ashley H.
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Tiffany Woodall | Writer/Editor Hi Ashley, To offer an alternative perspective, I believe part-time jobs ...

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...



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Active Sep 23 '17 at 00:13

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

What is the best college for a student who wishes to be an aerospace engineer?

I'm an 11th grader who is interested to become an aerospace engineer one day. I was told Stanford is a good choice but i would like to have more choices. #college #engineer #university...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:08

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Tina Miller | Market Accounting Manager at Marsh & McLennan Companies, ... Jasmine: Being you are in san Francisco, there are also several ...

Do employers favour certain university clubs or societies?

Is there a university club or society that may make me more employable? #university #employers...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:58

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Mark Wilson | Actuary Any campus involvement looks good because it shows you have a ...

How to continue helathy while in university?

Being a student I barely have time for anything and what worries my most is my health. I don't exercise as much now and when I don't have time to cook I end up buying pizza. Do you have any tips on how to stay healthy while in university? Thanks? #university #health #lifestyle...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

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Posted by Ursula G.’s Avatar Ursula G.
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Jess Elcan | Technology Account Manager at Oracle Make small and realistic goals for yourself! Take time to exercise, ...

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...



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Active Feb 27 at 08:08

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

What to do when you have no idea what career to go into?

Hi, I am currently in grade 10, and many of my classmates seem to already have their whole life planned out. I live in Canada, and I really want to get into an American University, but the chances are slim due to my lack of opinion on what career I really want. In school, I am doing well in...

#career #university #high-school #stressed


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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:06

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Posted by Jackie Z.’s Avatar Jackie Z.
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Gaurav Kumar Anand | Manager - APJ IP&A at Symantec Hi Jackie, Don't feel stressed about it. Most of us in ...

What skills do you need for your business to be successful?

i want to start my own business when i finish my college #business #university #entrepreneurship #major...



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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:08

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Posted by Mayra N.’s Avatar Mayra N.
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Justin Pollack | Private Equity Investment Professional Hi Mayra, Running your own business is a great goal. Some ...

Robotics Engineering

Many times i have looked and worked with FRC robots at school and thought i like all the aspects of making a robots. I believe i want to be a robotics engineer, but what do i need ? What is the difference between a robotics engineer and a double major in electrical and mechanical engineers? Are...

#double-major #mechanical-engineering #university #robotics #electrical-engineering


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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:40

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Posted by Diana M.’s Avatar Diana M.
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N Gopi | -- Robotics is the branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer ...

What subjects are best to study before university/college? (computer science)

If school does not offer computer science as a subject to study at A-Level, what are the best subjects to study in preparation for a computer science degree? #college #computer-science #university...



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Active Jun 14 at 10:22

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Posted by Georgia B.’s Avatar Georgia B.
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Joanne Mammarelli | Systems Engineer Math .. any and all maths. It's always nice to have ...

DIfference between BA and BS degrees?

I am an astronomy/physics major and am currently pursuing a BS degree. I would like to ultimately work in a scientific discipline and/or for the government, and was wondering if a BS degree makes a big difference from a BA? What kind of job would a BA physics degree candidate be able to have?...

#jobs #university #physics #government-jobs #degrees


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Active Mar 14 at 18:27

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Posted by Amina D.’s Avatar Amina D.
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Gary Stephen Petito | Career Guru Hi, good question... Both the B.A., or Bachelor of the Arts, ...

why should i study bioinformatics

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



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Active Sep 02 '17 at 00:43

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Aijaz Pasha Bioinformatics is complicated. One needs to learn statistics, both frequentist and ...

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...



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Active Feb 27 at 19:06

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Posted by Desoray T.’s Avatar Desoray T.
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Jennifer Schumann | Curious Data-Driven, Adv.Analytics, Project Management Hackathon Enthusiast seeking ... One of the other things I would also recommend researching are ...

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...



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Active May 29 at 00:24

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

Is there such a thing as an accredited, online, FREE university?

I am so tired of debt that has accumulated from my studies. I want to learn and grow and have a brighter future, but the more I study, the heavier my debt load becomes. I am applying for scholarships, however, they of course do not guarantee funding. So, is there a university that one does not...

#finance #online-college #university #online #debt #student-debt


Active Jul 27 at 00:31

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How much college credit does IB give you with good exam scores?

I realize that IB gives college credit and most universities and higher education institutions accept the IB exams as credit but I don't understand how much it can take off of college. #college #university #higher-education #ib-diploma #college-credit...


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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Michelle Brown | Education Specialist/Career Counselor/Corporate Trainer/Community Outreach/Event Planning Hi Nada, You will need to speak with an advisor at ...
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