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Would you be happy if someone offered to pay your way thru college?

Would you be happy if someone offered to pay your way thru college? Topic: Dropping out of high school essays
July 17, 2019 / By Livvy
Question: The only catch would be you would have to go an accredited college for at least a bachelor's degree. The school of your choice, for whatever career you choose. That is what my uncle offered to do for my son, and my stubborn child dropped out-- twice. Do I have the right to be furious?
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Karina Karina | 10 days ago
Most Definitely! College is SO expensive and the price can go up to above $50,000 a year! As a senior in high school, I have to fill out applications, financial aid forms, and write essays for scholarships. I would be so so so grateful if there was someone there to pay my way through college. I already know right now that I'm going to have to decline a lot of college offers just because I'd like to graduate without being stuck in debt. Also, you have a right to be angry. You're uncle is offering up to $200,000 and your child dropping out is like throwing all that money out the window. Your son needs to understand that in the 21st century, people without at least a bachelor's degree make it nowhere. Ask him if he'd enjoy working at a fast food restaurant for the rest of his life and never having the option to retire. Also, tell him that women like men who are educated, who can support them and support a family. Nobody likes a drop-out, nobody likes a quiter. Good Luck!
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Karina Originally Answered: What is the lowest math class offered at a community college?
Every college/university with which I have ever been associated (and there have been several) offers remedial courses in all those areas… that is, courses to help you get up to speed. Normally, those courses do not count toward one's degree, but if the placement exam indicates that you have a deficiency in a given subject, you may be required to take and pass the remedial courses before you can enroll for credit courses. Your best bet is to forge ahead and take the test(s)… then you'll know where you stand.
Karina Originally Answered: What is the lowest math class offered at a community college?
Because community college classes are not as rigorous as good 4 year college classes. Just because two classes have the same name, doesn't mean that they are the same, similar situation for grades, all A's are not equal. The local community college is very highly ranked as one of the best in the country, but my son's private school classes are more rigorous than the same classes at the CC. However, I have attended several area CC's for "personal enrichment" after having received my degrees from great 4 year colleges, and was quite impressed with some of the instructors. Some work/ed at top colleges, and they know their stuff. The community colleges are a great path for getting into a good 4 year college when one wasn't ready to go directly into a 4 year college, couldn't afford it, etc. In the end, most employers will just be concerned where an applicant graduated with their degree from, whether they started at a CC or at the 4 year college. Just like elementary, middle and high schools, not all colleges are equal. Good luck!
Karina Originally Answered: What is the lowest math class offered at a community college?
The absolute lowest would be some kind of remedial math class, which you won't get into unless you really do bomb the math test. Otherwise, you'll probably be stuck with something like algebra, or you might find out if they have something like a math of finance course.

Harper Harper
Very happy. And yeah, I'm going through an accredited college for a B. arch degree anyway. I wish I was your child.
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Harper Originally Answered: I got offered a job as a sales rep. making upwards of 20.00 an hour, but ill have to leave college. should i?
Unless the company you are working for provides tuition remission if you continue to persue your degree then I would say no. Stay in school. If you quit now for a job (which it is all about the money in your question) that is all you will do and you will put off finishing your degree. What happens 3-5 years from now if the company lays you off? You won't be able to find good work with benefits and salary without a Bachelors or Master's degree. Also, at 18 you do not have the work experience or knowledge necessary to pull off a $14.50 an hour job. Read the fine lines before accepting. What else does the company have to offer? Commission sales are not easy especially with today's economy. Do your homework on the company, are they backed by the Better Business Bureau? Are they members of the Chamber of Commerce? What is there community standing? If you are going to quit school for a good paying job, please make sure that it benefits you in more ways than just income.
Harper Originally Answered: I got offered a job as a sales rep. making upwards of 20.00 an hour, but ill have to leave college. should i?
You'll be making 22.00 an hour which is great but you always have to be careful about commission jobs because if you do not sell enough then they are allowed to take money away from your paycheck. If you go to school, you'll probably start out making the same thing but as you get experience you'll go higher and higher. Some jobs offer more. Also, it's great for right now but are you going to want to stay at the job for years to come. You got a great opportunity but you may not get another without a college degree.

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