Higher Education (University +)'s questions - Malay iziqna

Best answer: Not at all. MUCH common sense is derived from instincual knowledge and/or life experiences. Some thing cannot be learned from books and school.

Best answer: You're an adult. If you want Daddy's money, you abide by Daddy's rules. Or else change your major, get a job, and work your way through school. Loads of college students work their way through school because they want or need to be independent. Many parents cannot afford to support their children & pay... show more

College question?

6 answers · 5 hours ago
If I double major and get a bachelors in two areas of study, will that take the normal 4 years or will it take longer?

Ok. I m going to school in New York and I m from California. One roommate is from New York and the other is an international student. The international student already have the single bed to herself while the other one seems to not really care.

I didn’t do to well in High School, got a 2.5 GPA and I’m planning to go to Community College. I heard other people that didn’t do well go for 2 years at a CC and then once they finish their associates for a certain major they continue as a Junior when they Transfer? This is possible right? I live in California

So I will be starting college soon and I am debating on if I should use both. I will be commuting to campus and will be parking off campus so I will need to carry everything I need with me. Should I use my purse and a backpack or would that be too much? I am nervous about going to college so any advice on how to... show more

Best answer: Many criminal justice majors don’t become police officers. There is more you can do,with that degree. Other students aren’t going to care or have an opinion about your major

How long do it take for a community college to view your application And is August to late too apply for the fall semester (I applied)

I filled out a application with a college for fall semester but they was slow at processing my information so they switched me from Fall to Spring. Today I was emailing a college my information that was missing off of my application. And today they emailed me back saying they didn't accpet unofficial... show more

I’m going into my senior year in in high school soon and I ended my junior year with a 2.44 gpa. I know it’s really low but I’m just trying to see if I have a chance of gettin into any 4 year universities. I took the SAT and got an 1120 and I plan to retake it to try raise my score since I didn’t practice for it... show more

Public Speaking?

5 answers · 15 hours ago
Im a freshman in college and im sorta nervous because ill be taking a public speaking class thats only for two weeks on fridays, saturdays and sundays. If you have ever taken a course like this what was it like for you? Also what was the the class size like?

I’m staying at home with parents for college and the college is about 10 minutes away from my house. My college account says as a resident at home student, my cost of attendance would be about $20,000. But if i’m staying home and not on campus, wouldn’t the cost go down? If not, how would i fix that?

Best answer: No, sorry. They want to see how you do in high school. What you can do is start reading through books and web pages and figuring out what you're looking for. Where do you picture living after college? What majors interest you? What does each college look for? You should also talk to your high school advisor... show more

Do I have a chance (college)?

4 answers · 2 days ago
My stats: Act- 25 Gpa- 3.95 w Honors, AP, and a few EC such as track, band, volunteer club and drama. I do consider myself an average-ish student but I did apply to a few reach schools. Do I even have a chance getting into University of Pittsburgh, Penn state, or U of Buffalo??? Also, my major will be teaching if... show more

Best answer: Obviously, it is not impossible to get into med school. There are just far more applicants than the numbers which can be accommodated in med schools. Your grades are not great, so your chances of competing with those who have GPAs above 3.75/3.85, and MCAT scores above 95th percentile could be poor. How did you do... show more