No. Actually, many colleges such as Harvard University (and many, many others) are actively seeking homeschoolers because they tend to be more self-motivated. Some recent statistics have shown a sharp uprise in the amount of homeschooled teens accepted into major colleges.
they have in option by trying hard and applying for any college available for what they want to learn
NotebooksForStudents is an organization worth trying. This website provides discounts on new and used laptops for students. Qualifying students must be in high school or college.
What are you trying to find? It means that 4 fifth of college students does not use computers at that age or use them even earlier or later.
The population of interest is the population you are trying to draw an inference about from the collected data sets. For example if you are interested in the average height of a college student on the east coast then the population of interest would be all college students on the east coast. If you are trying to find out the compressive strength of a certain concrete mixture then the population of interest is all types of concrete of this type.
In this day and age most teenagers have jobs while still in high school. Definately by the time students reach college they are trying to find jobs while they continue their education that will afford them work experience in the field that they are studying.
Yes, sometimes. It really depends on what college you are trying to get into. Usually the more volunteer work, training, and programs that you have done or completed, the better it will look on your college application.
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you can get studnets from architure college, or home design institutes to do the job , but input and ideas from students may not be as good as expert and you might end up spending more
No its not you can still make it in a community college
you really have no say in weather your home schooled of not but keep trying! she might give in! but do you really want to leave all your friends at school?
Are you stupid?Why do you care?This is none of your business. Ignore the above troll. Given the rate of population growth, quite a few. Or are you trying to ask how many people who had children attended college later? **Why is that a stupid question?! I am trying to find out too. There are many college students with children working hard to help their families. It's encouraging, motivating, serious and NOT stupid.
I don't think so. However, there is a brand new student housing being built in Boca called University Park. It is for students of FAU, Lynn, and PBSC. It should be done in 2013 but They are trying to have it done this fall. That's where I'll be living (: yay college!