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I took the ACTs a couple of weeks ago, hopefully will get a good enough score for some scholarships.
How do you study for one. I haven't been in school for 3 years and need to take a SAT/ACT for admissions. I've been reviewing my trig but that's about it. My girlfriend got a 26 on her ACT and she's a 4.0 student who graduated with an associates degree the same time she graduated high school so I'm kind of scared.
ACTstudent.org I believe is where you register for it and they have resources to help. You could also check torrent sites for study books. I went to a local adult education center and took a placement test.
What was your score?
Lol at that post from "somuch".Neil, you didn't know what LGBT was? Hahaha. I knew what it was, I was just seeing how far the college conversation would go until someone said something. As far as the TL;DR rant (well, I skimmed), I plan on going to dental school so college is required.
Enjoy your debt. And the slightest late payment could put you at default, which hinders your license and can't accept anyone on medicaid or medicare, so the probability of an employer keeping you or hiring you is slim to none. Most of my Mom's family is in health care.
If you are going to college, let me tell you something. All of that do what you love is bullshit. A college degree won't make you 1 million more than just having a high school diploma. That's just bullshit that has been said decades. 25% of college graduates don't even get a job in the field they majored in. 78% of jobs that don't even require a higher education or filled by college graduates. College is a bubble created by the government when they took over giving out school loans. They drive up tuition rates 5% every year but the youth is too blind so see that college is a waste of money. You don't need a degree to do what you love. You don't need a degree in photography to become famous on Instagram. You don't need a degree in engineering to work for Google or IBM. You need skills taught by yourself and you need to think on your own, not regurgitate what bullshit you learned the past 4 years. You think Steve Jobs gave a single fuck how cool your calculator looked for your senior year project you spent $100,000 on to learn a little Java you could of learned in a few months with Google? Do you think you need a college degree to become successful? These people never graduated college. Elon Musk programmed a video game at the age of 12. He didn't go to college to learn or get a job. He learned on his own. He didn't need the degree to create PayPal, Tesla Motors, SpaceX, SolarCity, or whatever the fuck this billionaire has made recently. Sure he has a degree, but his success started way before that. If you REALLY want to go to college, then major in nursing, engineering, or accounting. Nursing is cheap as fuck to complete and they pay pretty well. Most cases, you work 12-14 hour shifts 3 days a week surrounded by other hot nurses and taking care of people, something that's meaningful and valuable. Top it off with a 4 day weekend to pursue what you love with a salary that's the average of a 4 person family. Spend an extra 2 years to become a Nurse Practitioner and you get to play doctor! Engineering, as in Petroleum, Electrical, Mechanical, or Computer. Computer Science isn't an engineering degree. If you want to learn how to make a calculator in Java, major computer science. If you want to learn robotics, embedded programming, or computer AI, major Computer Engineering. If you want to design PCB boards for electronics, major electrical engineering, etc. And accounting. If you want to make bank doing stress free work consisting of data entry, analysis, and browsing the internet and sipping on StarBucks, then this is the major for you. Any other major is over-saturated and worthless. ESPECIALLY GAY STUDIES.
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