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  • Court M3
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    Associates in Electronics Engineering, Just finished a 220 semester Home Inspector Small Business Management course

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  • PhillyG
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    Originally posted by mtechnik View Post
    Don't sweat that too much.. firstly you have to live by your/ you're parents' means until you can afford otherwise.

    How about you check out a school in Europe, tuition is usually a fraction of the cost of major U.S colleges and universities.
    It's pretty much necessary to get my AA first before attending a university. And even then I have to strive for at least a 3.5 GPA. Getting into say usf is impossible with a not so good GPA.

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  • mikeedler
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    on my way to my "bachelors" in the german school equiv.

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  • allwheeldrive
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    High school, 2 years of college. No college degree. I agree with the work ethic statement posted in the begining of the thread. Without it, i would not be where i am now. And that is with a steady job making the most money i've ever made with alot of room to grow.

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  • Money$hit
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    Originally posted by gwb72tii View Post

    the best eduction i've received is still ongoing - from my wife
    dont say that.... that kinda shit scares me.

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  • TwoJ's
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    The highest I've completed is high school, but I'm almost done with a BS in Mechanical engineering and a BA in mathematics with minors in business and physics.

    I'll likely be getting an MBA within a few years of graduating.

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  • gwb72tii
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    bachelors in business from plu (12yr plan), washington state
    the degree opened the door back in 1985 to allow me to do what i do, manage money

    the best eduction i've received is still ongoing - from my wife
    Last edited by gwb72tii; 12-06-2008, 06:24 PM.

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  • Arkangel
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    I've only completed high school, but i'm a sophomore at USF, workin on a BA, then it's off to Med school........

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  • Money$hit
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    Graduating in one qtr with my Bachelors in Economics. May go to grad school if anyone lets me in...


    I also am getting an Associates at the Community College of the Air Force in Computer Science. Just havent turned all the paperwork in but I pretty much have it.

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  • mtechnik
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    Originally posted by PhillyG View Post
    GED, I'm going to college at least. A community college... :neutral:
    Don't sweat that too much.. firstly you have to live by your/ you're parents' means until you can afford otherwise.

    How about you check out a school in Europe, tuition is usually a fraction of the cost of major U.S colleges and universities.

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  • Justin B
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    some community college. It's one of the best though so the dept's aren't easy or anything. I've been throwing time away not going to school though, and working jobs that make a decent amount of money....WHEN I work. My current one sucks. I've had like 8 hours in the last fucking MONTH nearly.

    Gotta figure some shit out.

    A huge priority though is finishing my 2002 project car, and its hard to work on it when I'm going to school and working a real full time job...but I need to get my ass in gear somehow so I can pay for it! lol.

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  • sticksdaman
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    I'm currently a semester away from my Bachelor's in Psychology with a minor in English.

    That plus 4 years of Division 1 Track is kicking my ass. Its a tad bittersweet nearing the end of my undergrad years. I hope to pursue my Master's in Counseling next year

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  • NOMAD
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    Originally posted by madjurgen View Post
    School is for squares.

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  • PhillyG
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    GED, I'm going to college at least. A community college... :neutral:

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  • kylebes1
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    Originally posted by E30 Wagen View Post
    graduated highschool with little effort, but after four years i've yet to acquire a degree. I will be completing a two year Associates degree this winter at my community college, however.

    It doesn't feel so great to be living at home at the mercy of my parents while everybody else is getting a full experience at four year universities.

    my dream is to write good fiction novels but big chunks of free time are hard to come by these days. I also consider engineering school because i like to know how things work and how they can be improved.

    I am about to trade my freedom back in for less financial stress. Makes college focus difficult when your check book almosts does not balance. every month.

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