I just graduated from high school, and I have two jobs for the summer to keep me occupied. One of them is 8 hours/week, and the other one is only about 3 hours/week, and will probably increase once I get more experience. However, she says this is too little and wants me to work at least 20 hours a week and wants me...
Out of high school, I got accepted into the one of the best state schools in the country. I ended up going there and did pretty well but I was super depressed and hated it. I ended up transferring to a tier 3 college close to home and I'm doing much better. But I'm thinking of going back to the other...
Include spelling errors in your application. Or say in your essay how excited you are about attending the University of Michigan.
But why not just not apply?
It all depends on their environment and motivation
I am an upcoming freshman in college. My parents have to finance $14,000 a year to send me to college. They told me that if I get anything below a B, they will stop paying my college expenses. Is that fair?
How can you not afford college these days with all that financial aid and scholarships? Maybe they should start excelling in school.
For example, in UK one can do a BA in 3 years, but it takes 4 years in US. Also in US one can do Phd without doing masters in the subject, but it is not so in India.
I am tired of seeing international students every time I walk around my campus. They barely speak any English and act like they own the place.
i’m gonna ask my counselor but i wanted to know now and then i’ll make sure
In my college, the graduation ceremony is in May but you don't get your diploma until it is mailed to you in August. So basically you have to spend hours attending a ceremony to receive a fake diploma.
How does that work? Is there a general rule or policy fhat most universities follow?
I received a letter in the mail from the college I was planning on attending stating that "unfortunately, due to some new information, we will have to revoke our acceptance of your application." At no point during the letter does it explain what the "new information" is or how it obtained said...
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...
Bear with me please, I'm new at this. If first semester my GPA is let's say 3.15, second 3 and third 2.15, will it be the average of all three or ((3.15+3)/2+2.15)/2 or some other way?
If you have to move because there was a fire in your building, then yeah.
If you have to move because you haven't paid your rent all spring, then no.
Single people who live alone and pay full rent / council tax and bills. How do you manage to go to college or university to do a full time course and keep your housing costs covered?
If there's anyone who could please help guide me in the right direction of classes I should take, Im first to go to college in my family so if you have any extra tips I would gladly appreciate it :-)