|By Melissamelissa (Melissamelissa) on Wednesday, December 31, 2003 - 08:09 pm: Edit|
wut do i have to do to graduate from uni......a 4 year degree....in 2 years? im a jr and i will have taken 9 AP tests and hopefully passed at least 8........?? so that might help?
|By Davidrune (Davidrune) on Thursday, January 01, 2004 - 03:47 am: Edit|
u'd have to build a time machine and travel back at the end of two years to your freshman year and take the two years of courses that you neglected.
|By Warriorlax22 (Warriorlax22) on Thursday, January 01, 2004 - 03:54 am: Edit|
phew! that's all? no problem.
by the way, a watch is technically a time machine. you should say something like time traveling machine...something along those lines.
|By Laceycheer (Laceycheer) on Thursday, January 01, 2004 - 12:45 pm: Edit|
well... if i get my predicted scores on my 8 APs... ill begin college with 40 credits, average beginning sophomore has 30... with summer classes and the like... 2 years is possible... two and a half more likely
so i guess it depends on the number of hours your college will give you for each class
|By Andrey1225 (Andrey1225) on Thursday, January 01, 2004 - 12:53 pm: Edit|
why would you want to graduate in 2 years? you'd be missing out on a lot of fun times at college and the 2 years you gain in the job market are pretty much meaningless....no ones going to care if youre 20 or 22 when youre going for a job, they might even expect the 22 year old to do a better job since they've had 2 years of life experience on you. you're asking a very naive and inane question and hopefully (unless its for financial reasons) you won't only take 2 years of college.
btw, I have some friends who are finishing up UCLA in 3 years because of sophomore standing and are completely fine with it--but their reasons are more financial....their parents really cant afford to keep them in college an extra year (20 grand).
|By Clickspring (Clickspring) on Thursday, January 01, 2004 - 03:57 pm: Edit|
There's no way you can complete a degree program in only two years. Even if you take 20 hours a semester, 80 plus what you earn from your APs will not be enough. Maybe in 5 semesters, but you would have to really push through your major. Definetly not possible for engineering. Besides, why would you want to cut your college experience short?
|By Melissamelissa (Melissamelissa) on Thursday, January 01, 2004 - 07:42 pm: Edit|
its because i want to go to a college in europe and be with my family ASAP. My parents, being foreign (and for those who a foreign parents u know about how much they push for you to go to a "good college," or rather one with a good name), insist one me going to UCLA or UCB. I have to make them happy so im gonna go, but I wanna get my degree and go overseas as soon as a I can, to make myself happy. I want a 4-year degree, so I was just wondering how soon I could get it. Is the university system the same as high school…..u just need certain credits for so many subjects?
Thanks everyone and happy new year!
|By Melissamelissa (Melissamelissa) on Friday, January 02, 2004 - 01:03 pm: Edit|
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