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The educational systems we have today greatly differ from any time in the past. Due to its complexity, there are many questions to be asked. Here you might ask and answer questions about education: career paths, colleges and universities, classes, student loans, and more.
Does your daughter tell you in what way is her teacher mean to her? Does the teacher pick on her? Does she say mean things to her? Does she physically hurt her? You need to ask your daughter these questions. If your daughter is crying in the morning, not wanting to go to school and it is because of …
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The laws vary by state, so it depends on where you live. For example, in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Iowa, Michigan, etc. it is 16. In some states you're required to attend school until you're 18, graduate, or pass the GED (which ever comes first). Also, keep in mind that in many states if you quit sc…
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Let me turn your question back on you: What is real life? You're an adult. Does your day consist of being segregated into groups of people all your same age, simply because they're the same age? Where everyone does the same thing, sits down, shuts up, and listens to an authority figure all day? …
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When home schooled you will be required to follow a base curriculum. Any diploma will be issued following awarding body requirements - If there is no association between the schooled student and an awarding body there will be no awards (certification) Some online organisation offer their own "in-hou…
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Some Fathers and Mothers is very busy in our life in that condescension he/she never care our children. So he/she take want to study our children in home school.
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WELL..........i am 12 and i do not want to go to collage and i have been going to homeschool ALL my life an di want to go to public school REALY bad but my mom will not let me because she thinks i am a good person now and she dose not want me to be a bad person (witch i don't think i will be if i go…
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While I don't have the specific answer, you should be able to find that and much more through one of the research links at the Homeschool Legal Defense Association: http://www.hslda.org/research/default.aspBy the way, I believe every homeschooler should join HSLDA.   I am homeschooled. When I…
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Generally, no. The age of majority in most US states and Western countries is 18. That's when you're considered a legal adult and you can make all your own decisions. In some cases a minor can be legally emancipated, but if you're still in high school it is unlikely that you will be granted emancipa…
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Probably not. One tends to pay attention, and fare better in subjects that one likes. I myself used to day dream a lot, and downright fall asleep in classes I absolutely hated.
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For starters, always get your taxes done ASAP each year, and file for financial aid as early as the first week of January through FAFSA.ed.gov. The amount you receive is dependent on how early you file. More money is given to those who apply early, less if you file by the deadline (usually the first…
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Colleges vs. Universities vs. Schools: The difference between a college and a university is that a college just offers a collection of degrees in one specific area while a university is a collection of colleges. When you go to a university you are going to be graduating from one of their colleges, s…
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All of your courses taken at a JC is considered lower division (100s & 200s or As & Bs).However, you are considered a lower division transfer student if you have less than 60 semester units that are trasferrably... meaning you still have some GEs (lower division courses) that will need to be…
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In the US, you would have a School of Architecture as a part of the University. School of Engineering, School of Business, etc - all part of the University. For example, there is a School of Law at the University of Virginia. In certain other countries, when it talks about a school, it refers to the…
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The "traditional" age for students to attend an undergraduate program is 18, however there are students who attend earlier. And most institutions also have students who attend later. Universities and colleges usually do not have an age requirement but base entrance requirements on meeting preparatio…
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This depends largely on what you want to do in life. Community colleges are usually two-year schools as opposed to the four-year state universities. That alone should give you a feeling for the difference; less time means (usually) less education and therefore less prestige with the degree. Communi…
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Coventry or Bradford Coventry has a better reputation internationally. The place where the British car industry began. It has top design school in the world... Jaguar, Peugeot, and a tractor firm all have firm links in Coventry city. Other FAQ Farmers say: Bradford is better!
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If you don't have the money it's not always necessary to spend college dollars unless you need the credentials for a career in a field where it's necessary to be multi-lingual. You can go to the local library and get books, tapes and even videos to learn how to speak many different languages. Ask a …
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There are many good theatre colleges throughout the nation, one of the ones I am more familiar with is Brenau University in Georgia. Columbia University has a good arts (theatre) program. NYU has a great program ... obviously, since they're near Broadway!! Northwestern University in Evanston, Illino…
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%REPLIES% Answer Please keep in mind that I live overseas, and it could be completely different for the college that you are attending, but last year I transferred from Education into Law (you don't need an undergraduate degree to get into Law School here if your marks are good enough). But…
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No, because life is all about the lots of challenge facing problems and you must marry to take another problem to make your ability to sustain with it. Yes, because hun, we all know your gona get pregnant or already has a baby and no college wants a sluttty teen. got it? ^that's a terrible answer.…
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The main difference between UC schools and State schools is the price. UC schools are much more expensive than State schools. The UC schools are also harder to get into. It also depends on what you want to major in as well. If you want to be an elementary school teacher, attending a State school wou…
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Answer Yes, because freshman entry and lower division transfer is often treated the same. For both, they require HS transcripts, SAT/ACT scores (if any) and college transcripts, if any courses were taken, less than 60 semester units. Just be sure to take classes that will transfer. A great tool w…
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Everyone can take the SAT's over. The potential school may want to see all of your SAT scores, but if the first scores were very poor the first time it could be helpful. However, in our state, once a student has successfully completed college courses, that matters more than standardized tests. Keep …
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IT Schools IT schools usually have certificate programs in subjects such as computer programming, medical, auto maintenance, cosmetology. Whereas colleges have Associates, Bachelor, Master, and sometimes Doctor degree programs in many fields such as business, engineering, teaching, law, etc, etc, et…
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(Note: these are not the best schools, they are just a list) ITT Technical Institute Devry University University of Maryland University College. See Related links below
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Answer It teaches you to be a firefighter. Answer It's quite possible that one exists. If you don't find a particular program, many schools will allow you to create your own major (assuming you can find the classes to fill it with) Answer My college offers this degree. Accor…
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It may be different for some schools, but some allow up to two majors and four minors.
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No. There may be a totally amazing college that offers no classes in the area that you want to be educated. After you decide what you want to major in try to google best college for and then type in the subject. No, not always but usually.Most good colleges and universities are naturally hard to get…
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Answer There can be some advantages to attending a university. Universities, of course, have graduate programs where colleges do not. Universities tend to be larger, offering a different campus experience (which may be a good or bad thing depending upon what you're looking for). By going to a uni…
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Not necessarily. If you go to a state school (UC or CSU systems) it will be less expensive, though, if you can claim in-state residency. For it to be free... well... that's only in the realm of full-ride scholarships and grants. If you have been a resident of California for the required time you w…
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The best way to get any information from any and all colleges is to write them a letter of interest or, if possible, call. The letter of interest just needs to state that you are interested, why/what interest you in the school, and should ask for any available information packs to be sent to you. Ma…
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Not at all. The only people at your old college that will know about it will be the people you asked to write you reccomendations (and they likely know you well enough not to judge you by it). College admissions offices send out transcripts to other colleges all the time, and although they keep reco…
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My college roommate did, and she did it in four years, including a semester abroad in Japan. (English Lit and Theatre majors, Japanese minor.) I think it would depend on your school, but I can't see why any school wouldn't let you. They might require you to take another semester or something. Ask yo…
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it's the best way to ensure that you will have a future that doesn't include the words, "would you like fries with that". no offense to people who work at fast food places but i don't think you ever hear of any little kid say when they are little. you know when i grow up i want to be a fry cook. tak…
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The best course to study is the one that leads to your overall career goals and objectives. Thus, I would imagine you do not have anything specific at this time. So many individuals enroll in college programs without a specific goal in mind. As such, many become miserable in their work which is no…
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I'm guessing a community or junior collegeSome states offer more money for Lottery Scholarships at 4-year than 2-year schools so check to you see how much federal and state assistance you can get. Not all 4 year schools accept all 2 year college credits so check before you enroll!Research and ask qu…
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Yes, it is better to get your Masters in Health Services before taking health licensing exams.
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Here are member schools of the AANMC (Association of Accredited Naturapathic Medical Colleges): Bastyr University Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine National College of Naturopathic Medicine Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine University of…
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It shouldn't matter when you take the SATs. The best thing may be to take it in your sophomore year as a practice run, and then again in your junior or senior year. The pSATs aren't really a good practice test for them.   if you take it to early colleges probably won't accept you
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Yes, as long as you have time to fulfill the requirements for each minor - which vary by school. You can even double major if you have time to complete the requirements.
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Colleges offer undergraduate (Associate's and Bachelor's) degrees, as well as sometimes graduate degrees (Master's, PhD, etc.). Many colleges have graduate school sectors within them, whereas a place that is purely a graduate school does not offer Bachelor's degrees at all. Graduate schools are als…
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There are any number of careers where you could use your Spanish skills. Almost any job can take advantage of the language if you live in an area where there is a demand. Most often, people combine Spanish with another field of interest. For example, if you are also interested in nursing, you could …
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it truly depends on what you mean by good school? is it good for parties? yes. is it good finding a hook up partner? yes. Is it good for helping you find a job...i don't know , i went to wesley college down the street. However my wife went to DSU, she isn't working in the feild she got her BA in, bu…
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Since they moved to Indianapolis in 1984, the Colts have won only one Super Bowl. On Feb. 4, 2006, they beat the Chicago Bears 29 to 17 in Super Bowl XLI in Miami. When the Colts were in Baltimore, they won Super Bowl V in 1971 by defeating the Dallas Cowboys 16 to 13. The Baltimore Colts were also …
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Finding Art Scholarships The best place to start is your high school. Talk to your guidance counselor to see what kinds of scholarships and awards are available. Typically they have files on hand or a bulletin board with recent flyers they've received. Check with your art teacher, too. He or she …
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Answer This is one question you won't find an answer for on any internet or the truth from a college or university. It has been well-known that if you have the right connections and of course money it is much easier than if you didn't. The student can be of a low IQ and squeeze in if their parent…
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Grades and test scores aren't the only things colleges are looking at anymore. Schools are much more concerned with students being well rounded in order to offer diverity into the school. Many Ivy League Colleges will take a person who has a Minimum test score of 1300 or 1400 on the SAT and and tha…
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Some questions that may be asked are:Name and address.Name and Date of Birth of Spouse.When and where did you meet your spouse?Describe this 1st meeting.Did you make arrangements to meet again?Did you exchange phone numbers?When did you meet next?Where were you living at the time? Where was your spo…
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John Steinbeck died in New York on December 20, 1968, and was buried in the Garden of Memories Cemetery family plot in Salinas.
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Where do you see yourself: Here's what the resume advice company Resume Edge recommends as a sample answer to the question, "Where do you see yourself in ten years?" In ten years, I endeavor to have refined my strategic and client relations skills. I intend to be a leading expert in estate planning…
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If the employer does not offer the information, wait until your second interview. Asking about pay right away shows you are more interested in the salary than the job itself. If you pass that first stage, there will be plenty of time to talk about salary. The interviewer knows you want to, need …
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It comes down to what you plan to do after you get your engineering degree. If you would like to work in research and development you are probably better off not doing an MBA, however it is essential that you do your masters and specialize in a specific area of your engineering field. If you would…
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If you mean that in terms of formally attending school through the 6th grade, probably none of them did. Although schools did exist most people were tutored at home and/or self taught. Even the college graduates among them would have received their primary education in that manner. Thomas Jefferson …
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Harvard has the most presidential alumni (eight ): John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Rutherford Hayes, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt , John Kennedy, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. Hayes and Obama went there only for law school and Bush went for his MBA. The other 5 went for undergrad degree…
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Go to http://ed.sjtu.edu.cn/rank/2005/ARWU2005_Top100.htm
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When some schools have a 33 percent dropout rate it is a very serious problem for the future of the US and the individuals. The individuals will not be able to get decent jobs. Some will end up on welfare. Some of them drop out due to pregnancy and drug related problems or crimes. Many drop out beca…
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Most people (not all) marry a person of the same intelligence level and socioeconomic group. This is usually because they are in the same social groups as these people. If you attend college, you are more likely to date people attending college. If you live in a suburb or a rural area, you are more …
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BAR in WWII terminology stands for Browning Automatic Rifle. The official designator was M1918A1. It was a .30 caliber fully or semi-auto weapon. It was fed from a 20 round magazine. During WWII the Army's tactical squad of nine soldiers was organized around the BAR. The Marines took this one step f…
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Answer This sounds like a problem with a piece of hardware (a cache memory chip), either on your motherboard, or on your hard drive's controller (a read-ahead buffering chip). Being hardware, you cannot fix it, only replace the faulty chip. You can replace the cache memory chip if it's on your m…
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Go to www.collegeboard.com to sign up for the SAT's. During the sign-up process, you will be prompted to enter your zip code, and you will be given choices as to where you can take the test on the date for which you are registering to take it. The test is normally offered at various local high schoo…
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For colleges and universities within the United States and its territories, you can obtain this information by clicking on the related links section (College Board) indicated at the bottom of this answer section and using the College Board site College MatchMaker search engine. You can research coll…
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To save money, have a teacher make some or students, at loftis middle school, Tennessee, we have our band teacher make little red braid braclets and she sales them for a dollar to raise money for the school.
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From my experience, tuition and fees only covers the cost of the classes. Books, room and board are separate costs. At least that is what I am dealing with for my daughter's college.  fullsail covers books too and they help you find housingwww.fullsail.com
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It is a two-year college.
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Someone who has not yet been awarded a degree by a university. The opposite term, postgraduate, applies to things like postgraduate courses that are offered only to graduates of a degree. You get your degree, you might apply to enroll in a Master's course or, beyond that, a PhD. It takes 4 years…
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Having an education opens employment opportunities that otherwise would not be available to you, sometimes even in areas that are not your field of study. Getting an education can also increase your personal esteem and has the side benefit of personal development, which can also be useful when searc…
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It depends on the school you choose to go to. Including the first 4 years of college and then medical school with no scholarships or grants it can range from $150,000 to $250,000 and even $300,000. You better work hard because a lot is at stake. It also depend upon your ability, might be you take 5…
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students may leave their home around5 or 6 in the morning and ride the triain for an hour or so depending on how far they live and enter school. the classrooms are rather small. when the teacher enters the room all the students rise and bow to their teacher to show respect. The day is filled with co…
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There are several types of degrees: Associate's degrees (two years) Bachelor's degrees (four years) Master's degrees (one-two years plus Bachelor's degree) Doctoral Degrees (four-ten years plus Bachelor's or Bachelor's and Master's degrees). The order is usually the following: Certificate…
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Answer I believe it started back in the day of slavery. I do not have an exact date however, some people that were deemed not worthy of an education (i.e. slaves) studied academics secretly in the middle of the night in secret groups. These schools were called Moonlight Schools. Although the abo…
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Most colleges and universities not only require the student to be a high school graduate, but often base acceptance on grade point average, SAT or ACT scores, and other factors. Community colleges' minimum requirement is a GED, and some will accept only high school graduates, but many are accepting …
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In general: recruiters overlook students who have low SAT scores but have high GPAs, students that may have suffered some type of economic or familial hardship that interrupted their studies and therefore resulted in a less than outstanding transcript, high schools may send the wrong transcriptMore …
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To become an endocrinologist, you must do four years of medical school, then three years of internal residency followed by two years of a Endocrinologist fellowship.
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US College Courses in Japanese Animation The following colleges/universities offer a range of courses in Japanese language, literature and culture, which are usually integrated into a broad program of Asian Studies. Most offer a course in Japanese film and animation. Swarthmore College in …
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Akita UniversityAoyama GakuinChiba UniversityChubu UniversityChukyo UniversityDokkyo University School of MedicineDoshisha UniversityEhime UniversityFujita Health UniversityFukui UniversityFukuoka Institute of TechnologyFukuoka Junior College of TechnologyFukushima Medical CollegeFukushima Universit…
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Answer U.S. public schools have always made an effort to stay current with modern science. Since Darwin published his "Origin of the Species" in England in 1859, it can be assumed that public schools in the U.S. began teaching the principles of evolution soon afterward--perhaps within a decade or…
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In pre-literate societies, education was achieved orally and through observation. The young learned informally from their parents. Skills were passed down through generations. Then as "writing" began it was seen as a very usful tool for the leaders of countries to use, especially for communication. …
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Answer I hope not common at all - she shouldn't need to take the test for the kid, if he's gotten the education he should, and if he didn't, her falsifying it is going to make it harder on the kid, because when he gets into the community college, he isn't going to be able to handle the work. I h…
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No , the girl would not have to give up her baby however if social services see that you are struggling or your mother or father say they wouldn't help you then however they might take the baby from you. But other then that it's the mothers choice. If you do want to give the baby up for adoption oy…
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To be quite direct, a 2.0 grade point average is not good, but that does not necessarily mean that you will not get into a college that suits your needs and desires. As already mentioned, SAT/ACT scores are equally important, and they may demonstrate intelligence that is not reflected in your GPA. N…
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Answer I have had the same problem. They tell me that depends and that I should just apply. I have a felony conviction for non-violent and no drugs -- a commercial burglary. I wanted to go back to school and get a masters deg and certificate to go into teaching after I made a bundle of ca$h in bu…
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I have custody of my 16 year old brother. He would like to get a job. Here is my standpoint on this1) I think only if grades in school are good to begin with, and don't go down alot after starting work2) As long as the job doesn't make him too tired to get up in the morning.3) As long as it's a job …
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In school and some places where tutoring cllases are held for Olympics and other practices
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Generally speaking a University is made up of several colleges, and a college is made up of several school. Although a college can sometime be a school of itself.For example, a university might have business college, engineering college, and so on. The engineering college might has a school of elect…
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To begin with, "national" accreditation versus "regional" accreditation has nothing to do with comparing national versus state (or any other kind of) apples and/or oranges. It also has nothing to do with geography, or who "monitors" what, or what "region" a given accreditor covers; and "regionally" …
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GED's are not available online The GED Tests are administered only at an Official GED Testing Center The GED certificate must be issued from a State Board of Education in the state in which you take the tests. There are thousands of diploma mills that operate without supervision of a state…
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In Michigan:Central Michigan UniversityWestern Michigan UniversityMichigan State UniversityUniversity of MichiganGrand Valley State UniversityCornerstone UniversityFerris State UniversityWayne State University
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I got a GED with an average percentage in the high 90s range, and I didn't get any scholarships because most scholarships are only offered to high school graduates with diplomas. So, from my personal experience, while a GED will help you get into college or university, it will not help you very much…
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2400 on the new SAT: 800 on the Critical Reading section 800 on the Math section 800 on the Writing section A perfect score in the old SAT was a 1600 because there was not a writing section.
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If you are asking Can an undocumented alien, an illegal alien, graduate from HS in the US, the answer is yes: public primary, junior and senior high schools do not question nor care about a student's citizenship: they will grant a diploma to any student who graduates. Private schools and colleges c…
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Answer Generally the only difference between the two is that a college offers a specific degree program, while a university offers a more general education, or many degrees. However, often times the best public higher education institution in a state will be called University of [state name] a…
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Answer Hi! I work at a college now and help with some of this, but many of our students who have a background in science, especially anatomy and phys., biology, or chemistry can easily apply some of their courses towards nursing. Check with your nursing school and bring an unoffical copy of you…
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For colleges and universities within the United States and its territories, you can obtain this information by clicking on the related links section (College Board) indicated at the bottom of this answer section and using the College Board site College MatchMaker search engine. You can research coll…
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Answer You don't have to take Pre-Calc to get into college, but it helps to get into a better university. Answer No. In fact, many high school students only take Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and something like consumer math for their four math credits (which is the number required in my s…
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There are a number of excellent cosmetology schools available in the United States that offer a number of different features. What constitutes a "top cosmetology school" depends on the features that are most important to a potential cosmetology school student: - Location - Price - Accreditation …
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Bachelors of Science in Education. Also, you need to decide what grade level and subject area you want to specialize in. For example, there is kinder garden through fourth grade; fourth through eighth grade; and secondary. If you want to teach college level courses you need at least the degree that …
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sport is for awsome people and awsome people only
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