• Is my life over if I don't go to university?

    I can definitely see myself getting some education beyond high school, but am not sure if I'm university material. I took mostly general classes in high school and graduated with a 3.4 GPA. (Really if I would have taken advanced classes I probably would have been a C student.) I took some business electives and... show more
    I can definitely see myself getting some education beyond high school, but am not sure if I'm university material. I took mostly general classes in high school and graduated with a 3.4 GPA. (Really if I would have taken advanced classes I probably would have been a C student.) I took some business electives and found out I'm really good in accounting. I was looking at a two year program at a local community college and would like to get a part-time job as a bank teller as I go to build up my resume. However, my family says associate's degree in accounting are worthless....how true is this? Should I consider a different career path?
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • How do I drop out of high school?

    Im always being bullied, I have no friends, and I even cry being there. Every day, fights happen, and we have stabbings. I don't feel safe anymore. I get terrible grades.
    Im always being bullied, I have no friends, and I even cry being there. Every day, fights happen, and we have stabbings. I don't feel safe anymore. I get terrible grades.
    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it worth it to start therapy now before I go to college in the fall?

    I will be a transfer student in the fall at a new college (transferring from community college), and will be moving into the college at the end of August. However, right now I’m dealing with some issues that I would like to seek assistance for (family/relationship issues, anxiety, stress) But, I don’t know if it... show more
    I will be a transfer student in the fall at a new college (transferring from community college), and will be moving into the college at the end of August. However, right now I’m dealing with some issues that I would like to seek assistance for (family/relationship issues, anxiety, stress) But, I don’t know if it would be worth it to do so if I’ll be leaving in August. If I could have weekly sessions (due to the time restraints), I think it would be okay, but I’m not sure if that’s an option. There are free counseling services available at the college, but I don’t really want to wait that long to start. Just not sure if it would be worth it to start now, and have to stop in August.
    5 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Is graduating from top colleges worth it?

    Many adults say it’s worth it, but I’m not sure if those colleges will pay off at the end.
    Many adults say it’s worth it, but I’m not sure if those colleges will pay off at the end.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I major in history?

    Best answer: One of my friends is about to start her graduate program in Public History. She'll be working with museum exhibits and cool stuff like that. Does that sounds neat to you? Look into it. See what you think. If you like how it sounds, there's an end goal, and majoring in history is on the way there.
    Best answer: One of my friends is about to start her graduate program in Public History. She'll be working with museum exhibits and cool stuff like that. Does that sounds neat to you? Look into it. See what you think. If you like how it sounds, there's an end goal, and majoring in history is on the way there.
    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it fair for a transfer to be the valedictorian of a high school?

    People at my school are complaining about this guy coming in class rank 1. They said he transferred from a community college (early college) and took classes there that are worth 5.0 points for an A. He finished one year there and received a GPA of 5.0, then came here and finished another year, reducing his GPA to... show more
    People at my school are complaining about this guy coming in class rank 1. They said he transferred from a community college (early college) and took classes there that are worth 5.0 points for an A. He finished one year there and received a GPA of 5.0, then came here and finished another year, reducing his GPA to a 4.8. Is this fair?
    5 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Go to College every year?

    Best answer: yes
    Best answer: yes
    5 answers · 24 hours ago
  • I just got my first C ever, and I am freaking out! Will I still get into a good college?

    I just finished my sophomore year of high school. Freshmen year, I got a 4.0 gpa and my cumulative high school gpa unweighted is a 3.8 and weighted is a 4.2, now. What I am nervous about is whether a C will stand out so much that I will not be looked at by top schools and will be seen as an F.
    I just finished my sophomore year of high school. Freshmen year, I got a 4.0 gpa and my cumulative high school gpa unweighted is a 3.8 and weighted is a 4.2, now. What I am nervous about is whether a C will stand out so much that I will not be looked at by top schools and will be seen as an F.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Fashion design jobs that do not require a college degree or years of experience?

    Best answer: You seem a bit confused. First, no job pays annually. Some jobs are based on an hourly wage and some are based on an annual salary, but most people get paid every two weeks. What makes a job hourly (non-exempt) or salaried (exempt) has to do with the responsibilities and independent decision making allowed in... show more
    Best answer: You seem a bit confused. First, no job pays annually. Some jobs are based on an hourly wage and some are based on an annual salary, but most people get paid every two weeks. What makes a job hourly (non-exempt) or salaried (exempt) has to do with the responsibilities and independent decision making allowed in the job. It is very unlikely that a high school graduate with no work experience is going to be hired to manage anything.

    If you are serious about this, then you need to contact costume design departments or costume designers and beg for a chance to prove yourself for little or no money. If you do prove yourself, then maybe you can work your way up to a living wage and then a salaried position. Many designers don't have college training, but scarped and begged and worked hard, and had the talent that shown through.

    If you expect to have a job handed to you on a silver platter you are going to be disappointed.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I get a Bachelors in Philosophy if I have an Associate of Arts degree in Humanities?

    I am wanting to study philosophy but my chosen school doesn’t offer associates degrees in philosophy. They do offer an associate of arts degree in humanities and I’m still unsure if these are related?? Serious help only please. Thanks!
    I am wanting to study philosophy but my chosen school doesn’t offer associates degrees in philosophy. They do offer an associate of arts degree in humanities and I’m still unsure if these are related?? Serious help only please. Thanks!
    5 answers · 2 days ago