Adults of 35+: Has beginning college for the 1st time or returning, been especi

  1. Sphinxs Sanctum profile image60
    Sphinxs Sanctumposted 5 years ago

    Adults of 35+:  Has beginning college for the 1st time or returning, been especially difficult?

    Adults 35 years and up:  If you have begun college for the first time in life or have returned to college, what are the biggest challenges/ obstacles you are currently experiencing or have been faced with?   Also, how "Bumpy" was the entry or re-entry emotionally, technologically, physically & mentally?  Please describe your experiences to the fullest.  Thanks!

  2. jcdelfinoiii profile image74
    jcdelfinoiiiposted 5 years ago

    I would have to say that it can be very difficult to get into school for the first time, I am 40 and am going back.  Many of the students are much younger then me and I often find myself in role model situations, so along with the stress of going to school the other students expect you to have your act together and provide assistance to them when they need it.  That said school is very doable even later in life, our school had a 80 year old graduate last year, so it is possible. 

    Check here for some hints on getting good grades no matter what the age you are going into school.

    http://jcdelfinoiii.hubpages.com/hub/Te … in-College

    or for more about my personal experience

    http://jcdelfinoiii.hubpages.com/hub/Go … hool-at-40

 
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