I need help arguing y or y not you should go 2 college. and i pickd 2 not go 2 college bt jr college?
Topic: how to write a case study paper
June 26, 2019 / By Harmony Question:
im having to write a paper on it. and i think you dont have to go to college. and i say u can just go to jr college. cuz thats wat im doing. plz help me. i need ideas 4 wat to say n my case.
Best Answers: I need help arguing y or y not you should go 2 college. and i pickd 2 not go 2 college bt jr college?
Dominique | 10 days ago
In college, you will learn how to read, write, you'll study math, science, history and much more. There are a lot of good reasons to go to college.
But then again, it depends on what you want to do. Of course, there are some people who are very successful who did not go to college. Some billionaires are college dropouts. Also, many celebrities did not go to college, such as famous actors and singers.
It sounds like you are going to junior college. There is nothing wrong with that. It is a good start, and if you want, you can transfer to another school when you're done and finish a 4-year degree.
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Originally Answered: Saddleback college? Pasadena City College? Fullerton College? in california?
PCC is a great community college and they have a very extensive French program. Not only do they have French language, writing, reading, and conversation courses, but also French literature, culture, and civilization courses.
My son's high school has classes up to French 5 Literature, which was AP French Lit until CollegeBoard stopped offering the test. CollegeBoard still offers the AP French Language test (AP French 5 is the class at my son's school), and his school participates in Le Grand Concours. If your high school is similar, and you're going to be in French 4 or 5 or AP French as a senior, you might want to go directly into a 4 year college. But if that isn't an option, check the classes available at the community colleges, but it's very likely that PCC is the best option.
Pasadena City College French Classes:
AllianceFrançaise de Pasadena http://www.afdepasadena.org/ French Cultural Center in Pasadena.
You can find a college with French major here:
http://www.collegeboard.com/ College Search > Find your match
You could mention that Junior College is a good introduction to the college environment without such a major life change. In addition, it typically costs a lot less than four-year universities do. At a Junior College, the student can take some courses and see how much he/she likes it, and then decide whether or not to pursue a degree, either at the Junior College or at a university after transfer.
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You're going to a Junior what? Did you say.... COLLEGE? So what is your question? Why don't you consider jr. COLLEGE to be real college?
Anyway, I have a good reason to go to college. When you go through life, you're competing with other people for the resources of the world. You can either accept that fact, and go out and become more competitive by getting an education and having more to offer than the competition, or, you can sit back and get passed up.
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Originally Answered: Should I take college linear algebra or college discrete structures while concurrently taking Calculus?
Is the second course a discrete mathematics class? Linear algebra is a topic of study within discrete mathematics. Both courses will most likely require quite a bit of matrix calculations.
Concern: That's a bunch of math in one semester! For every hour in the classroom, you should expect to do 3 hours of math homework. Will you be able to handle that much homework? Are you satisfied with a "C" in each course?
The subject matter is different, so you shouldn't worry about confusion, but I would not recommend doing this unless you are a true math lover!