How much should you charge your 25 year old college graduate daughter rent?
Charge her the going rate for a room in a house, plus a percentage of the utilities, if you wish. Check your local newspaper for what others are charging: here, it is like a month. I would set boundaries for contributing to the cleaning and use of the home, too.
Go to college.
After high school, 4 years of undergraduate college, followed by 5-6 years of graduate college, followed by 2-3 years of post-graduate research. Sometimes you can skip the post-graduate. --> you should be 27 or 28 by the time you finish graduate college.
I really love London. Should i move there for college or should I graduate and then move there I currently live in California. Should I not move to London?
If I were you I would go there for college, graduate and then see if you like it enough to live there forever or for as long as you want GOOD LUCK ; )
If this is for acceptance, then your objective should be to get your degree. Be honest about it. If this is AFTER acceptance, find your career, then GRADUATE. That should be your main objective.
It would depend on the program of study, which should indicate the area of expertise.
It should not matter as long as you meet the requirements needed to graduate.
I would like to enter a graduate college for automotive , especially for designing a new car. Which college I should consider?
If you have a college degree, you can list just the high school and college you graduated, on your resume. When you fill out an application for employment, you should list your high school and all college work.
As a nurse whether newly graduated or not you should be working with the HCA not for them. You are the one in authority, in charge with the responsibility, or should be so exert your self and do your job take charge.
Study physics, mathematics, and astronomy in undergraduate college. Specialize in cosmology in graduate studies.
No, not from High School or from a college or University.
Whatever you think you should. But be careful, you must start paying student loans soon after you graduate college. Try to research scholarships and grants, things that you do not have to pay back. You do not want to graduate college in so much debt you can't get out. Keep that in mind while taking out student loans.
Yes and No bc some parents are strict and want do anything with them if they don't graduate and the ones that are soft and understand they don't want to graduate and go to the next level
You will need a law or justice major and need to take the classes the college requires to graduate. Get a college catalog and talk with a counselor on what to take and when.
If you want to be a neonatologist, you should major in pre-med if your college offers a pre-med major. If not, you should major in biology and then apply to medical school.
no because all you have to is go to high school and graduate and get a a delopma and go to college and that is all so what are you going to be know after you read this
Yes, of course. Many students and/or their families do. It is an achievement, and should be recognized.
You need to complete the requirements to graduate. High school is not like college where you study one thing.
The family of ___________________would like to announce the graduation from ______________________in Veterinary Medicine on____________2009. Dr.____________plans to practice_______________medicine in_____________________. He/she is a past graduate of _________________ and the son/daughter of ________________________.
Male or female friend?
If you already have a BA liberal arts degree and want to become a physical therapist should you became an aide first and then go on to the graduate degree?
no research what college will accept the degree and get a master's if possible. if not, go to a college that will accept your college credits.
If you graduate in May 2011, you should fill out your FAFSA form in January-March of 2011. Students should always fill out the FAFSA in January-March of their senior years of high school. Students should fill out the FAFSA every year while they are in college too.
Yes. The College Board will gladly take your money at any time. Anyone can sit for the SAT.
Not all kids should go to college; that would be a waste of time and money for many, especially those who do not have the ability to succeed and graduate from it. These are better off finding jobs when possible, or receiving training in other areas.
high school classes don't matter. you need to get into a college first. ortho programs are graduate programs.. you won't need it until after you've done 4 years in college. ANSWER To be prepared for college you should take lots of Biology and Chemistry for this field.
The best way is immediately after high school graduation. In other words, if you graduate this coming June, then you should be in college in September. Those who wait, put themselves at risk of either never going to college, or if they do, its years later which makes achieving their career goals and objectives much more difficult, and that for many reasons. If you have the opportunity to do it, I strongly suggest recommend you… Read More
If you go into college, they should have a major for design or something like that. You can enter it, graduate and become an Artist.
So if you wanna have a good job you work really hard so u can graduate and be what ever you wanna be
Yes, you should get a summer job in order to be able to start making some money.
first of all, if you are recent college grad, then go through you career services at the university and try to get a job through them, they will guide you. no answer to this question b\c there are countless options.
Your daughter will be 18 and graduating soon and she will be attending college In California does her father still pay child support as long as she is in college?
Not sure. You SHOULD-you're her father and college is expensive. I would continue to support her, that way she can go to the college she wants and not have to take out a loan.
A youth pastor should go to college for the same reasons any other pastor should go to college, that is to be trained and educated in order to be a better minister. If a church has given charge of a group of youth to a pastor, he will need to be equipped to evangelize, to shepherd and lead this group.
The course that a high school graduate should enroll in college should be the one that interests her most. For example, if he likes mathematics, he could enroll in accounting or engineering.
How can Arkansas take a year of support away from your daughter saying she should have graduated in 07 but her father and you held her back in 1st grade and she won't graduate until 08?
Not very likely.
No, becasue athletes should be student athetes! They shoud learn how to live on there own first before having to deal with the pressure of being a professional athlete
That wouldnt make any sense. The main purpose of attending a college is to take classes and major in something, and graduate one day. attending a college just to play a sport is like becoming President just to play golf.
Is there a minimum age at which you are allowed to graduate high school in Waco Texas or can you do so at 15 if you have all your credits?
In TX, you should be able to graduate even at 15 if you have ALL your credits. I assume this is from a public school. If the young person wishes to enter a jr college, she/he could also get a GED and start at a community college. There have been many cases of young people entering college below 17. We have such a ruling in Midland TX.
If the graduate is going on to college, you can give what I call a college survival kit. You can put in the kit such things as a memory book, stationary to write home, photo album, 5x7 photo frame for a picture of mom and dad, and other little things that will be unique to that person and something to add a little humor so they will remember that you gave it to them.
Do college charge you per year or semester if so how do i pay my second semester do i use my refund check?
You pay for college by semesters. If you get financial aid you should get money each semester to pay what you need to pay with it. The same should go for a loan as well.
Yes you should put it in your resume. Put down the college and the year you attended. This will show that you have some higher education and would be better suited that a high school graduate. You can also put in your major. Since you didn't get a degree don't put a degree in there.
- A car (if you can trust them) - Some money for COLLEGE (make sure that's what it is used for) - Something they like (a dog, cat, ferret) Hope I helped!
Whatever classes you want to attend... ones that will be fun and something you'd like to maybe have a job in when you graduate. Remeber----Something you'll enjoy taking
You really should and at least go to college, you won't get far without an education and you'll regret it later on in life. Better safe than sorry.
Salary is always a concern, and should be. However, passion and job satisfaction for what you do is critical to your success, and that can lead to a higher salary based on your motivation and dedication to your work.Thus, you really should keep things in proper balance.
Absolutely. He is a graduate of Columbia University (and their college newspaper has written about him as a famous alumnus), and he is also a graduate of Harvard Law School (whose newspaper has also written about his achievements there). But it should be noted that no president is required to release personal documents like college transcripts or medical records; such records are private, under federal law. Many presidents have chosen not to make such documents… Read More
It is not technically necessary, but if the class is one that you think you might use in college, you should retake it. Ask your guidance counsellor or teachers to help you decide which choice would be best for you.
The letter should be written in a professional manner and should include the college or university you graduated from, what degree you earned, and the skills you possess that will be helpful in the job you are applying for. See the related links for more information.