I have seen many people who stress a lot in college (I haven't started stressing too much yet) and I really want to know some of the ways that others used to cope when they feel less motivated. This would definitely be helpful in the future and could be useful for my friends as well.
because i have a lawyer and looks of it he seems rich
I'm considering a career in either law or business and I want to see if I can do both.
I would like to open my own practice after I get my PHD in clinical psychology. Many people have to me that it may not be such a great idea to do so. What might your thoughts on this be?
I am majoring in Chemistry in college and I am interested in seeing what other people took in college with the same major and what they did with it. I want to go to medical school and become a cardio thoracic surgeon.
I want to completely prepared for everything.
I am interested in Mississippi State and the large number of engineering programs they offer along with the opportunity to be in their honors program. Is there a benefit to going to an urban school for internships and co-ops?
I am asking this question because I have no idea what I want to do when I grow up. I am a little nervous that I will make the wrong decision.
So how does one find what they are passionate about, what major they want to go in. Im not sure about that. As of right now im considering physics because of astrophysics. When you find what you are passionate about and take the courses for that major do you ever struggle, or ask yourself
I am still very young, sixteen years of age, and there is yet anything that sparks my interest in terms of vocation. I'm constantly hearing that every individual inhabits a special talent, perhaps I've yet to find mine, but how can I be certain that eventually I will? This thought constantly scares
I want o dual major in plant and animal sciences
I am interested in eiher majoring or minoring in psychology.
I currently can't decide if the major I am choosing will result in a good career or whether I should change my major.
I am majoring in computer science but the minor that I have now is in Asian American Studies. I see that a lot of people tend to minor in something that is relatable to the major such as an astronomy minor, math minor, or physics minor. Is it that important to minor in something that can relate to t
I have already changed my major 2 times and am still not sure of it is where i want to stay.
People always say engineering is a challenging major but never speak how challenging the other majors are.
I want to become a pediatrician in the future, however, I've heard that just because you plan on going to medical school doesn't mean you have to major in a science. I would like to keep my options open and seeing what else people have majored in would help me do that.
I am a senior in high school, and I am trying to narrow down my options of what field I would like to study when I go to college next fall. I enjoy math and science. I had always viewed my options as going into the medical field or becoming a math or P.E. teacher. I am involved in sports and think i
I want to be completely sure and know what i need to study and get done
Right now I'm a junior in high school and I'm quite concerned as I have not set my mind on a major for college yet. I do like medicine and would love to join it but I'm not sure if I love it enough for 10 years of medical school! I'm scared I'm going to get to college and then realize that I hate me
I was wondering if there are any ways for me to get a head-start on Psycology during high-school
I was wondering if I should make my focus on general bio if I want to go to med school or if should go to microbiology or something along those lines
Would it be wise to double major in both sociology and criminal justice? I am a senior, and I am interested in both areas.
I'm interested in a statistics major. What majors/minors are recommended alongside my major?
I would like to go to UGA and I am not sure what I would like to major in. It seems like something to really commit to and I am ready to that but It just always pains me to think that I might not find what I could be interested in doing.
I'm currently trying to decide on what I will major in and I'm confused by all of the different types and numerous options, how can I figure out which one would be best for me?
P.S I plan on working in Psychology or counseling
I am looking for advice and what to expect once going to college for nursing.
I am trying to decided between to passions of science and art. I had decided on web design, for having computer science and art but I am having other choices on my passion for animation. Can I do both or would that be hard?
I am considering going to an online college.