How can you not afford college these days with all that financial aid and scholarships? Maybe they should start excelling in school.
i’m gonna ask my counselor but i wanted to know now and then i’ll make sure
Hi, I am currently a jr in high school. I have a 4.1 GPA and 1420 SAT. I want to go to a good state school like U of Michigan or UNC, schools of that tier. With my credentials, I have a good chance of those schools. I want Study pre med and go to med school, but I want to save some money for undergrad. I am...
To the college who didn’t accept you?
I’m very scared of rejection.
Missed classes due to depression, anxiety, and bipolar episodes. I have documentation stating that I was not well during my absences. Offered to make up missed assignments earlier in the semester but professor said no. However he let a fellow student of mine make up assignments because she was leaving town for a...
Hi, I am graduating HS and will be attending Michigan State University for pre-med. I really want to get into med school and become a doctor, it has been my goal since I was a young teen. I have volunteered 100 plus hours at our local hospital since 9th grade. I was wondering if this volunteer experience would...
My first year of college was probably the worst year of my life so far. I had no motivation to do my work and when I did I couldn t focus. I found myself going out to party more than I would ve liked to and had the craziest roommate who was verbally abusive and psychotic.
I went way too hard my first semester...
I’ve just transferred my credits from the community college I used to attend to a 4 year university. Also, the amount of credits I transferred over was 28. I’m 20 years old and my graduation class should be Class of 2020 but I don’t think I would be able to get enough credits to graduate by then.
I’m a junior in high school and when I was a freshman, I had a really bad algebra teacher and I didn’t really learn anything. I hope I can’t retake a course when I am in college.
People on this website are very pessimistic and negative. If you have a positive relationship with this teacher, or if the teacher knows you to be a student that consistently shows up to class and makes an effort, it wouldn’t hurt to try.
Email the professor to request an appointment to meet in person regarding...
That is a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence. Better luck after say, a hundred years?
So I'm attempting to get into graduate school to obtain a Master's degree. I've been out of undergrad for 2.5 years after graduation. Been in law school for 2 of those years, but decided to leave after realizing that law isn't a career I want to fully commit myself to. So the past 3 months, I've...
Yes. It's largely unecessary from a learner's perspective and, as another commenter stated, it contributes A LOT to inequality.
So I just graduated from college, I got my bachelor degree in Translation and Linguistics. My GPA is 4/4, I really worked hard on it, I enjoyed my major while studying it so much I don’t think that I’d have enjoyed any other major as much. The problem is that after graduation many people told me things like “if I...
True/False: “Truth is mostly subjective”
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