Is it hard to go back to school as an adult?
Attaining an associates degree. Attaining a bachelors degree.
You might not remember certain things that you learned earlier in school. I don't really think that's too important though. You also might not fit in with the younger crowd but that's also not important.
I think it has it's advantages for sure. You typically care more about your grades and doing well so you most likely will do better than you would if you were younger. The older students usually are the better ones. If you can do school without getting in to debt, all the better.
by M Carnahan 5 years ago
I'm in my fourth year of college. Spring semester starts the 14th but I really don't want to continue taking classes right now. I've changed my major twice since beginning college 4 years ago so I have a wide variety of classes but not enough of any one discipline to have a degree yet. I thought...
by essiheart 7 years ago
I am planning to major in English and come out with a bachelors degree. Do you think it's worth it? I'm very passionate about reading and writing, and I'm an aspiring editor. Do you think the job outlook is alright? Kids never seem to want to read or write anymore.
by nightwork4 3 years ago
if you had a hard childhood, did it help make you a better person as an adult?for people who's childhood was bad, did you learn from it and give what wasn't given to you as you became an adult?
by Tiger Mom 6 years ago
How long did it take you to complete your Bachelors Degree? Was it more than four years?More and more students are attending multiple institutions to complete one degree. Some are shut out of prerequisite classes. Others are constrained by finances. Are you a swirling student?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Why is IT in adult sibling relationships that the younger siblings are THE MOST SELF-CENTERED, evenSELFISH, expecting oldest/older siblings to assist, even support them financially when the latter should be able to support themselves & not be dependent upon the oldest/older siblings? ...
by Dennis L. Page 6 years ago
Are males in the 20 to 40 age group bigger whiners than older men?Do we have a whole new segment of whiny males? As a Baby Boomer I don't ever remember the men of the "Greatest Generation" complaining and whining about things. Am I wrong in my observation?
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