• Can someone go to a university class and just listen to the proffesor?

    For example, can I go to a class in university and listen what is being taught.
    For example, can I go to a class in university and listen what is being taught.
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • Does having a job in college make you look poor?

    I come from a middle class family but my parents made me get a part time job anyways to save up some cash. It's really embarrassing because none of my friends have jobs and I do.
    I come from a middle class family but my parents made me get a part time job anyways to save up some cash. It's really embarrassing because none of my friends have jobs and I do.
    9 answers · 2 hours ago
  • Are colleges scamming people with liberal arts degrees?

    Most people who graduate college don't plan on going to graduate school, including many liberal arts major. But very so often, a psychology majors graduate college and cannot find a job, because the college didn't tell them that they need a Masters or PhD to get a decent job with the type of degree that... show more
    Most people who graduate college don't plan on going to graduate school, including many liberal arts major. But very so often, a psychology majors graduate college and cannot find a job, because the college didn't tell them that they need a Masters or PhD to get a decent job with the type of degree that they have.
    10 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Should parents refuse to pay for their child's college if they choose bad majors?

    What jobs are there available if you have a Bachelors in Communication, Women Studies, Philosophy?
    What jobs are there available if you have a Bachelors in Communication, Women Studies, Philosophy?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • How can I go back home if I can't find a mean of transportation?

    Best answer: What about your parents. don't either of them have a driver's license or a vehicle.. My father dorve 1500 miles to pick me up at the university of Arizona and all my stuff. i had to move to another dorm for 3 w or 4 weeks because the dorm i was living in was... show more
    Best answer: What about your parents. don't either of them have a driver's license or a vehicle.. My father dorve 1500 miles to pick me up at the university of Arizona and all my stuff. i had to move to another dorm for 3 w or 4 weeks because the dorm i was living in was closed to be remodled.. i didn't have driver's lisence. my father was also semi-retiring so w he had LONG vacation oe trhirst time in 35 or 36 years..

    How are you going to get all your suff back home..

    I would say find a commercial bus or buses, but you need transportation to get to the bus station AND you have to pay for the bus ticket or tickets somehow., even if you are using your parent's money and not your money.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can I take as many elective classes as I can at college?

    I want to take electives that are not within my major. Say I am a health major but want to take a random film class, but I have already used up my free electives, can I do this?
    I want to take electives that are not within my major. Say I am a health major but want to take a random film class, but I have already used up my free electives, can I do this?
    6 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Can You get into a college with bad SAT scores?

    Say if I was good in English scoring 500-600 and in Math I was getting 300 barely touching 400, would I be able to get into a University. Also, if I had other activities and a high GPA?
    Say if I was good in English scoring 500-600 and in Math I was getting 300 barely touching 400, would I be able to get into a University. Also, if I had other activities and a high GPA?
    6 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Learning Disability, AP’s college?

    Hi, i was dignosed with a learning disability in elementary school and since then it’s been hard to maintain high averages in classes other than social studies and it’s mainly because my learning disability makes it hard for me to understand math and science topics and apply it. I need to get into a 4 year... show more
    Hi, i was dignosed with a learning disability in elementary school and since then it’s been hard to maintain high averages in classes other than social studies and it’s mainly because my learning disability makes it hard for me to understand math and science topics and apply it. I need to get into a 4 year college... everyone in my family did and i don’t want to be the one who gets into a community college. Despite my learning disability i decided to take an AP this year and i have a better average in it then most of my other classes. I plan on taking more aps in the future so i can properly show colleges that I’m committed to education. Should i disclose my learning disability with them, will it hurt or help my chances and will they be happy i took AP’s despite my disbility.
    5 answers · 3 hours ago
  • Which field/major(s) is more difficult to find jobs after college?

    Undecided between administration of justice or psychology but I don’t want to make the wrong carreer choice.
    Undecided between administration of justice or psychology but I don’t want to make the wrong carreer choice.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Going to college to learn how to invest the money I was given FOR college/education/schooling/ca...

    Thoughts on this idea? My parents think it’s a good idea if that’s really what I want to do but I want other people’s thoughts and opinions/outlooks on this. Should I do it? Anything I should know and think about beforehand? Let me know.
    Thoughts on this idea? My parents think it’s a good idea if that’s really what I want to do but I want other people’s thoughts and opinions/outlooks on this. Should I do it? Anything I should know and think about beforehand? Let me know.
    5 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Should I go to college next year?

    Okay, so I'm a high school senior (technically a Junior, but at the end of last year I decided to graduate early) who has an important decision to make about next year. So, I only applied to one college (Mary Baldwin) at the end of last summer, and, I got in. The thing is, the school isn't very good. So, if... show more
    Okay, so I'm a high school senior (technically a Junior, but at the end of last year I decided to graduate early) who has an important decision to make about next year. So, I only applied to one college (Mary Baldwin) at the end of last summer, and, I got in. The thing is, the school isn't very good. So, if I do end up going next year, I would probably transfer my sophmore year. Now, becuase this school isn't really my "dream school", I've also been considering some other options, like volunteering overseas, or getting an internship. The problem with that is that I won't be 18 until December, and most internships require you to either be a high school student or an undergraduate. I also don't really have a ton of money, so if I did volunteer overseas, it would have to be cheap. So, what do you think I should do? BTW, I have a 4.12 weighted GPA and a 28 on my ACT and a 1350 on my SAT (and I've only taken both once my sophomore year), so college wise, I have options.
    5 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Law school admissions question?!?

    So I'm about to enter college and I want to be a lawyer. I don't want to go the usual route of majoring in political science or history because if for some reason I don't get into law school or things changed, those degrees are worth jack. So. Should I major in nursing or business as a backup. Just in case. show more
    So I'm about to enter college and I want to be a lawyer. I don't want to go the usual route of majoring in political science or history because if for some reason I don't get into law school or things changed, those degrees are worth jack. So. Should I major in nursing or business as a backup. Just in case.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • What happens if you skip AP exam?

    I'm taking 3 AP classes this year (which is my senior year) and i know most AP exams dont count against your final grade and only count toward college credit. I was wondering what'll happen if i skip the exams? I'm not planning on going to college so i dont care about the college credit. My school pays... show more
    I'm taking 3 AP classes this year (which is my senior year) and i know most AP exams dont count against your final grade and only count toward college credit. I was wondering what'll happen if i skip the exams? I'm not planning on going to college so i dont care about the college credit. My school pays for the exams so would I have to pay by not taking it?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I just find a way to get a degree?

    I'm 19 and I completely flopped my A-levels despite getting really good GCSE's due to mental health and generally despising the education sysytem because of how much prerssure I felt. I considered retaking my a-levels in one year but it was super expensive and I just hated every second of revising again. I... show more
    I'm 19 and I completely flopped my A-levels despite getting really good GCSE's due to mental health and generally despising the education sysytem because of how much prerssure I felt. I considered retaking my a-levels in one year but it was super expensive and I just hated every second of revising again. I decided that I would do an apprenticeship after taking a year off to really know what I wanted to do. But I've now reached that stage where I'm constantly being asked "what are you doing now/what are you going to do/why don't you go to uni?" None of my older siblings have a degree and there is this huge pressure for me to get one. I constantly feel guilty for no longer being the "smart one" that was going to get a degree. I know I'm clever enough to do a degree but the whole process to meet the entry requirements (A-levels/BTEC) just seems extremely daunting and on top of that I don't feel like I need it to be successful. Should I just have a degree as a safety net anyway?
    5 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Is going to college young difficult?

    Best answer: It's not usually that difficult, no. While you are still 17, you will need to have your parents sign things like doctor consent forms, field trip forms, etc. which can be annoying, especially if you go somewhere far away. But as soon as you turn 18, that will stop. Socially, no one is going to care that you... show more
    Best answer: It's not usually that difficult, no. While you are still 17, you will need to have your parents sign things like doctor consent forms, field trip forms, etc. which can be annoying, especially if you go somewhere far away. But as soon as you turn 18, that will stop.

    Socially, no one is going to care that you are 17 instead of 18. You certainly won't be the only one who is. Plenty of kids have skipped grades, graduated early, or just started school when they were younger for some other reason.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • From whiz kid to feeling inadequate in medical school. Did I get dummer?

    In my premed years, I found college very easy and I had good memorizing skills, but when I got to medical school, I've been feeling inadequate. Am not getting the grades I use to get in undergrad and am crawling my way to pass exams. I have thousands of pages of information to memorize, and some of my... show more
    In my premed years, I found college very easy and I had good memorizing skills, but when I got to medical school, I've been feeling inadequate. Am not getting the grades I use to get in undergrad and am crawling my way to pass exams. I have thousands of pages of information to memorize, and some of my classmates are way ahead of me. I want to refocus but am not sure how to.
    8 answers · 3 days ago