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active Dec 12 '16 at 09:25

From an insider view, is college what you expected?

From the massive stadiums at football games with fans rushing the field to Project X style frat party movies, is college what it's made out to be? As a student with aspirations of a Ph. D in Neuroscience, I'll be spending a lot of time through school. What is the social atmosphere like? Can one achi

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active Sep 13 '16 at 23:28

I am taking Physiology . . . Should I drop it?

I am a senior in high school and I am enrolled in a Physiology course at my school. It has been a month since school started and I have been struggling with Physiology. The entire course is based on memorization and that tends to be hard for me sometimes. I have taken Biology and Geology in my previ

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active Aug 17 '16 at 16:30

I studied mostly in Brazil in highschool, and my grades were around 60-70%, would this seriously hurt my GPA?

I am asking this because I am afraid that my GPA would really hurt my chances of getting accepted to college. Moreover, I took my 10th grade in US and had a GPA of 3.15 in Montverde Academy, and in my 12th grade I attended the American School of my hometown with a GPA of 2.87 (3rd quarter), however

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active Aug 15 '16 at 00:12

How much "exploration" (time-wise and in terms of course-load) is enough to ensure that your intended major is the most suitable/'right' choice for you?

I currently go to Rutgers University (New Brunswick) and will be a rising second year student intending to major in Cell Bio and Neuroscience with a minor in Economics. I intend to follow the traditional pre-med track with a special focus on business. Being at Rutgers this first year, I realized tha

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active May 25 '16 at 17:04

What actions, as a college freshman, would be useful to increase your chances of being accepted into a graduate program?

I am going to be pursing a bachelor's degree in athletic training. Afterwards I will go on to pursue a doctorate's degree in physical therapy. I would like to dedicate myself, early in my college career, to actions I can take to ensure I will be a top candidate for the graduate PT school of my choos

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