I am a 17 year old in my freshman year of college right now. I agree that it depends on the maturity and readiness of the person. Honestly, you won't know that until you get there. But be warned that there are certain downsides to being a minor in college (especially if you're out-of-state.) Here are a couple of challenges I have run across: 1) Did you know that in many states, you can't buy medicine if you're under 18? I'm out of state, so my parents aren't around to do it for me. 2) It's sort of up in the air whether I can get a lease for an apartment next year, because of state laws here. 3) OK, so this isn't a problem that I've personally run into, but if you get in trouble as a minor, YOU GET IN TROUBLE. Not to mention all of the official "adults" around you...
I don't regret getting a head start on college at all. It was one of the best choices that I've ever made. But be warned, if you don't handle it in a mature, responsible way... it can completely backfire on you.Usually
If a person possesses the necessary maturity to attend university, then yes, it's a good idea. The sooner he (or she) starts college, the sooner he will graduate and enter the work force, which is one extra year of earning power. If the student will be living away at school, consider the maturity factor carefully.
The typical age to go to college is 18. Yet some students graduate from high school early and start college at 15 or 16.
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the benifit of graduate highschool earlier is that you can start your career earlier
Generally children start attending college when they are 17 or 18, whenever they graduate from High School.
Twenty-five percent of Americans that start high school do not graduate. Thirty percent of high school graduates do not go on to college after graduating. Forty-three percent of students who start college will not graduate in 6 years.
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Yes you can but you have to graduate high school. for example football for boys and like cheerleading for girls,
You can start the process of college loan refianancing by paying off the amount you were loaned in small payments plus the interest when you graduate or if you leave the school.
Usually eighteen, but that depends on whether you graduated early, or what age you began school. Some people start late and graduate at seventeen.
She will start college soon.
Start kindergarten in 1990 (age 6) graduate in 2002
a dream that i hope for, is to graduate high school with good grades so i can go to college, find the right guy for me and start a family.
Start your own business. The average college graduate earns $500,000 more in a lifetime than the avg. high school grad.
You attend and graduate from a college that offers this a degree is a start.
No, you must first graduate.
get things for them to start learning early that way all the college wont be so hard. and start saving because law school is expensive
If you are attending a college or university that operates on a semester system, then the next regular semester would start in either late August, or early September depending on on the school. However, registration could start anywhere from may through September once again depending on the school.
Going to graduate school for psychology can have its benefits. Having a graduate degree as opposed to a bachelors degree can give you a more advantage start when looking for a psychology career.
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Provided that you are not held back, you should be on course to graduate in spring/summer of 2018.
You would have to start by completing college and graduate school, and then add in the time you would have to serve as an intern. All in all, it would take many years.
You need to go to graduate school. It's quite difficult. If you have not gone to college yet you should start there. Good luck!
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.
16 years old. You can take classes at a college while still in high school that will apply toward an associate's degree. For example, I'm going to be a high school senior this year, and this summer I took a college class that I will never have to take again. Now, if I want to get an associate's degree, I have one less class to take. If you plan on taking classes at a college, you must be a high school junior or senior. If, for some reason, you graduated with a high school diploma at an early age (because you were home-schooled or something), you can start taking classes for an associate's degree once you graduate.