• Do employers really care where you go to college?

    There’s a school that I think would be really good for my major & not many schools in the state offer it. But my parents keep saying “that’s a party school” “your too smart for that” “that school won’t open any doors” ...but do employers really care that much about the college, generally speaking? My parents... show more
    There’s a school that I think would be really good for my major & not many schools in the state offer it. But my parents keep saying “that’s a party school” “your too smart for that” “that school won’t open any doors” ...but do employers really care that much about the college, generally speaking? My parents think I should venture out of state, but I just don’t see the point in spending so much. Wouldn’t I be taking the same classes, and won’t any school prepare me just the same? I want to be a health coach or nutritionist or something similar.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Should I live with a college roomate, single, off campus, etc?

    So I am attending a college on the other side of the country where I will know nobody. I am an only child and I like to be on my own. I feel like I would hate having someone in the same room as me constantly. I play guitar and I like to have music on all the time and I want a place to be with a girl and etc. After... show more
    So I am attending a college on the other side of the country where I will know nobody. I am an only child and I like to be on my own. I feel like I would hate having someone in the same room as me constantly. I play guitar and I like to have music on all the time and I want a place to be with a girl and etc. After all that people still tell me I should get a roommate. I don’t know anyone over there so I can’t pick someone. Thanks:)
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Have you ever gone to a class that you weren't registered for?

    I've been dying to attend pathophysiology and parasitology, but I can't take them since it is not in my major...I looked up the class and each has about 60-100 students. Is it illegal to attend one?
    I've been dying to attend pathophysiology and parasitology, but I can't take them since it is not in my major...I looked up the class and each has about 60-100 students. Is it illegal to attend one?
    5 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Does med school hold you back from starting a family?

    Im currently a rising sophomore in college biology pre med major, in hopes to become a pediatrician. I have a passion for entering the medical field and plan on attending medical school after undergrad. I know that'll be about another 4 years of school and i'll still be pretty young by the time i finish but... show more
    Im currently a rising sophomore in college biology pre med major, in hopes to become a pediatrician. I have a passion for entering the medical field and plan on attending medical school after undergrad. I know that'll be about another 4 years of school and i'll still be pretty young by the time i finish but I've always had the idea of starting a family by the time im 25. By that time ill still be in med school but i also have to do my residency, fellowship, etc. I want to be able to do all of that but i most likely won't be really established into my career until im about 30. Nothings wrong with being 30 and starting a family, but i would like to know from any personal experiences with med school and if it holds you back from starting a family?
    5 answers · 9 hours ago
  • What's the difference between the traditional four years of college with a major and a undergrad program?

    I want to be a speech pathologist and need the under grad
    I want to be a speech pathologist and need the under grad
    6 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Any good post graduate jobs where the pay is good and someone can climb up the ladder to gain more money that require little to no study?

    I have heard welding is a good option. I will be graduating from high school, I have decent grades but honestly I’m not much into studying nor school. I have heard there are jobs that require little to no study that will make you big money and also where they’re possibilities to “scale up”, College just seems too... show more
    I have heard welding is a good option. I will be graduating from high school, I have decent grades but honestly I’m not much into studying nor school. I have heard there are jobs that require little to no study that will make you big money and also where they’re possibilities to “scale up”, College just seems too expensive especially for someone who just doesn’t like to do a lot of school and that would rather work but I also want to make good money and not just stay in the same position forever
    5 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Is it ok for someone whos in there 30's to go to college bars or is it weird?

    I'm 38 years old and im getting tired of the ones i go to. I live in a college city and there are some college bars i want to check out. Theres even a club i want to go to check out. I dont even look like my age. I can pass for my 20s. Im just wondering if someone in there 30's is too old for college... show more
    I'm 38 years old and im getting tired of the ones i go to. I live in a college city and there are some college bars i want to check out. Theres even a club i want to go to check out. I dont even look like my age. I can pass for my 20s. Im just wondering if someone in there 30's is too old for college bars on campus.
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is getting a Phd in microbiology worth it?

    I am interested in microbiology and was wondering if getting a masters or phd is worth it. I would like to do some lab work, then move towards research, and eventually settle in academia. Basically, I would like to do a little bit of everything here and there but academia and research are my two main personal... show more
    I am interested in microbiology and was wondering if getting a masters or phd is worth it. I would like to do some lab work, then move towards research, and eventually settle in academia. Basically, I would like to do a little bit of everything here and there but academia and research are my two main personal goals. What are the pros and cons of each degree?
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is a law degree a good degree to have?

    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Advice on starting college?

    So it's been 5 years since I've been out of high school. I'm interested in finally starting college. However, it's been so long that I'm not sure where to get started, what I need, and where to go. I need advice on the first steps to get myself started in college?
    So it's been 5 years since I've been out of high school. I'm interested in finally starting college. However, it's been so long that I'm not sure where to get started, what I need, and where to go. I need advice on the first steps to get myself started in college?
    4 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Would starting to join clubs senior year of high school decrease my chances of being admitted to a university?

    I’m interested in these clubs I’ve noticed lately but I don’t know if I should join them because I haven’t joined any clubs my first three years of high school and I want my application to include decent extracurriculars. Would starting to join clubs senior year decrease my chances of being admitted to a university?
    I’m interested in these clubs I’ve noticed lately but I don’t know if I should join them because I haven’t joined any clubs my first three years of high school and I want my application to include decent extracurriculars. Would starting to join clubs senior year decrease my chances of being admitted to a university?
    5 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Is it okay to do a subject you know nothing about in uni?

    I’ve applied for the international relations course for university but I know nothing about politics. Here in the UK they force you to apply for something you’re “passionate” about but heck I’m not passionate about anything. I could literally do any flipping subject in the world..studying is studying to me no... show more
    I’ve applied for the international relations course for university but I know nothing about politics. Here in the UK they force you to apply for something you’re “passionate” about but heck I’m not passionate about anything. I could literally do any flipping subject in the world..studying is studying to me no matter what the subject is. So from school and alevels I’m a bit more experienced with Science like biology and chemistry but to be honest I’m a bit bored of it now and refused to try for any bio-medical courses. Instead I chose International relations which is in the political science field. I had a plan which was to do this for honours and then an MBA for masters, And I know nothing about politics whereas normal people my age know a lot more than me, I was hoping I’d maybe learn more about it if I did it uni. Is this risky? I’d have to change my subject to business or some **** if doing a subject you know nothing about is dangerous in uni! Again, I have no passion. please help me.
    4 answers · 11 hours ago