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#female-empowerment #women #empowering-women
I've gotten plenty of offers, some better than others, but i know i can't accept them all. How would i go about denying the others? #college #college-admissions #college-selection
I remember when I was just an upcoming freshman at my high school and I was eager to get involved with my school and the community around me. However... I'm getting more and more stressed out on one area where colleges/universities like to see in their applications: extracurriculars. I haven't...
I need to know the best languages to learn #code
An example would be bigfuture.collegeboard.org. Basically, what do you consider to be a great website/online resource to help prospective students find colleges that are a great fit for them? #college #college-admissions #college-bound #search
I hate high school but am looking forward to college. I heard college years could be the best time of your lfe. So, I want to fully enjoy everything but not forget my focus on my degree. I want to feel free to explore, but I also want a balance.
My I have been making all A’s & B’s since I’ve started school my GPA is a 3.8 as of now but I’ve never been a good test taker & now that ACT will affect the college I would like to attend because I didn’t score high enough. #high-school-classes #college #college-admissions...
Some Universities will cost families over 200,000. Loans based on this could take 10-20 years to repay. yet many students come out of college without great opportunities.
#college-admissions #college #job-market
Would it be more benificial to earn a minor in communications rather than a minor in computer science
I'm a Business Management major and have aspirations of becoming a CEO on day. With technology becoming a growing trend in today's society, would communications or computer science be a more beneficial minor for a possible CEO of a technology/technological sales company #future #ceo #technology...
I was told that in the business management field it's hard to make a career out of it unless you obtain your masters degree. My question to you all is 1. Is that true? and 2. Is business management a field that is hard to make into a career?
I've come to this site to get my questions answered by professionals to clarify all the things told to me by family members and other resources about getting a degree in this field. Although their advice is nice I just wanted to clarify this with professionals to see if I'd have to consider a...