• No idea what to do in life?

    In a couple of months I have to start applying to universities, but I cant find a course that i'm interested in! I'm not interested in sciences, maths, English, history, geography and stuff like art/music etc etc. WTF do I do???
    In a couple of months I have to start applying to universities, but I cant find a course that i'm interested in! I'm not interested in sciences, maths, English, history, geography and stuff like art/music etc etc. WTF do I do???
    8 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Is it worth finishing my bachelors at 30 years old?

    Best answer: Only 32 hours ? ......get your a** to class ! ;)
    A finished degree, even in a field you are not seeking employment in shows determination. It will get you a better job and in all honesty probably a better wife and your one day kids to be will have a dad to look up to because he didn't give up.
    Best answer: Only 32 hours ? ......get your a** to class ! ;)
    A finished degree, even in a field you are not seeking employment in shows determination. It will get you a better job and in all honesty probably a better wife and your one day kids to be will have a dad to look up to because he didn't give up.
    52 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is 23 too old to start a Community college?

    Best answer: Not at all. Knock 'em dead. In some ways, you may be better prepared at 23 than an 18-year-old who is clueless about life and responsibility.
    Best answer: Not at all. Knock 'em dead. In some ways, you may be better prepared at 23 than an 18-year-old who is clueless about life and responsibility.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is college worth it?

    9 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Can you take premed courses online?

    8 answers · 9 hours ago
  • If you who don't (or didn't) have a car in college, how did you get to destinations unreachable on your bicycle or if buses didn't go there?

    ps: So that I can better relate to your answers, imagine that Uber and similar services are not an option.
    ps: So that I can better relate to your answers, imagine that Uber and similar services are not an option.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is a psychiatry/psychology a common college major, and is it worth going into it?

    Best answer: It's extremely common, but without at least a master's degree, you can't go into psychology as a career. Professional psychologists, in fact, hold PhDs. However, many employers are willing to consider applicants from a variety of majors. Psychology isn't a bad major for people interested in going... show more
    Best answer: It's extremely common, but without at least a master's degree, you can't go into psychology as a career. Professional psychologists, in fact, hold PhDs.

    However, many employers are willing to consider applicants from a variety of majors. Psychology isn't a bad major for people interested in going into something like advertising or marketing.

    Psychiatry is a medical field. For that, you have to earn a medical degree and do a hospital residency in psychiatry.
    7 answers · 10 hours ago
  • I seriously have NO idea what to major in college and I'm second guessing even going?!?

    I'm going to be a freshman at Temple University main campus this fall. I actually leave in 10 days to move into my dorm! As much as I am super excited to experience the college life, I have no idea what I am majoring in. My major is undeclared, and I've never had any clue what I want to do ever. My whole... show more
    I'm going to be a freshman at Temple University main campus this fall. I actually leave in 10 days to move into my dorm! As much as I am super excited to experience the college life, I have no idea what I am majoring in. My major is undeclared, and I've never had any clue what I want to do ever. My whole high school career I've been clueless, while I watched all of my friends and classmates pick their majors in sophomore year and begin building knowledge for it. I've talked to my teachers about it every year, and I've always got mixed responses. Half of them told me to go to college right away, that I'll find out what I want to do there. The other half told me to not waste my time and money by going straight to college and to take time off to find what I want to do. So I had two plans, either travel the US (I have family in almost every state, I was going to stay with them and my plan was to get a feel for their jobs to explore more major options while exploring new cities) or go to Temple University. I chose Temple. Which the first many months I thought was the best choice. But now, 10 days into moving away, I'm regretting it. With still NO IDEA on what to major in, I feel like I won't ever find out what I want to do in college. I feel like I should have listened to the other half and taken time to travel, explore, etc.
    23 answers · 5 days ago
  • Would it be ok to work on my bachelor's degree at 23 years old?

    I'm 21 years old and I'm currently in community college right now and I'm just trying to see if 23 years old would be a little late to just start working on my bachelor's degree? My field of study is occupational therapy.
    I'm 21 years old and I'm currently in community college right now and I'm just trying to see if 23 years old would be a little late to just start working on my bachelor's degree? My field of study is occupational therapy.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • I'm a freshman who has an unweighted GPA of 3.86. Is it possible to have an unweighted GPA of 4.0 (or higher) when I finish high school?

    If so, what sorts of classes must I take? (i.e. more honors/APs/IBs)
    If so, what sorts of classes must I take? (i.e. more honors/APs/IBs)
    6 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Where can I sell textbooks?

    I have been keeping several textbooks from elementary school, early 2000 s. I have been wanting to get them off my hands for a while. I wanted to know there is somewhere I could sell them.
    I have been keeping several textbooks from elementary school, early 2000 s. I have been wanting to get them off my hands for a while. I wanted to know there is somewhere I could sell them.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • So employers don't verify education?

    okay, I have a relative, who graduated with an accounting degree from a public university; it was a few decades ago but still..... he worked as an accountant for 10 different companies in his life... he tells me; not one of those 10 companies ever asked him for a transcript or diploma to prove that he... show more
    okay, I have a relative, who graduated with an accounting degree from a public university; it was a few decades ago but still..... he worked as an accountant for 10 different companies in his life... he tells me; not one of those 10 companies ever asked him for a transcript or diploma to prove that he graduated. granted, is it possible they called up the school without telling him? no..... I just called up the school just now and they are telling me that information cannot be released without the student's consent via FERPA guidelines. now he wasn't a CPA or anything that advanced, but he was a staff accountant, and he tells me, in his opinion, that had he gone straight to work without the expensive education he acquired, his job was basic enough that he would probably have done fine. and today he makes over 40k/year. so let me get this straight; anyone can lie and claim they have a degree, and employers will take their word at face value? is that true? granted, I know, some *FIELDS*, particularly trade fields that require a special license in medical, law, teaching, etc. I know employers always check licenses for that kind of occupation. but if we're just talking a *Degree* in a generalized field like Business, Accounting, maybe even engineering, employers don't verify those? at least according to the info I gathered from my family member.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it risky to lie a little on your resume about university clubs, committees and competitions?

    So I am trying to boost my engineering resume, I did few clubs and committees how ever if I lie about doing a few more just to give my self that extra boost is that risky?
    So I am trying to boost my engineering resume, I did few clubs and committees how ever if I lie about doing a few more just to give my self that extra boost is that risky?
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are people who go to nice colleges more successful?

    That sounds like a dumb question but I'll explain my situation. I'm 19 and a girl and I currently go to a community college to get my associates degree before transferring. I live at home still and I have a full time job (not full time during the school year) I always feel like I'm doing well since I... show more
    That sounds like a dumb question but I'll explain my situation. I'm 19 and a girl and I currently go to a community college to get my associates degree before transferring. I live at home still and I have a full time job (not full time during the school year) I always feel like I'm doing well since I can save so much money and im not in any debt with school. Then I look at pictures of people I went to hs with who are going to nice colleges all around the country and their lives seem all perfect and they're in all these sororities and have better social lives and I just think to myself that they must be so much more likely to get their dream job and succeed in life than me. It just makes me feel pathetic
    6 answers · 1 day ago