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#technology #engineering #programming #engineer
I've been trying in vain to narrow down my list of colleges, it feels like deadlines are around the corner and I have no idea what I would do in the best case scenario that I got accepted into all the universities I am applying to #college #search #help #choices #narrow
I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and serving a mission to teach the gospel is very important to me. However, I also know that getting married is an essential part of God's plan. As I approach the age at which I will be able to serve a mission, should I be...
I don’t want to choose a major that will eventually be useless to me in the future. #college #college-major #career-counseling #academic-advising
Most students at the college I will be going to only live on campus their freshman year. Are there specific things people should look for when apartment hunting during college as opposed to later in life when they may be working?
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I've managed to come up with a list of several schools that I like and would enjoy attending, but I'm at a bit of a loss when it comes to which schools I should even apply to, let alone which one I should go to, one has a way better academic program, but the price is a lot higher and it's a lot...
I know that some colleges are better than others but at the end of the day is it just about the degree? Lots of people tell me it doesn’t matter where you go as long as you get the information. But there’s a reason some schools costs so much more- is the quality of education worth it? I don’t...
I want to sell comics, but I have to wait to get set up first. I'm going to college to be an entrepreneur, but I want to know if it's a better idea to wait until I finish schooling. Or, is it a better idea for me to get some sort of experience as a potential entrepreneur first. #entrepreneur...
If I wanted to pursue astrophysics in the future, what classes would be best to prioritize in highschool?
I am a freshman in highschool and I have an interest in astrophysics and wish to take it in college, and maybe take it further if I end up really liking it. But I'm wondering what classes I should look into during my next four highschool years, and if there are any outside courses I should try...