Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by Capt. Orygun, Dec 15, 2008.
17 credits down, and a 4.0
haha...very nice. I had a 4.0 once...in high school band.
I'm pre law, taking classes at a community college right now because the majority of my aerospace technology degree won't transfer to liberal arts. Transferring to U of O in Fall 09
what are you going to do with a law degree?
Best of luck man. It looks like you're doing very well for yourself already. If I ever need a lawyer...
COngrats on the 4.0
most law schools don't want pre-law
they'd prefermore of a liberals arts background
edit: and 17 credits at a CC with a 4.0 and we should bow down?
CC's suck my dick
i did 2+2, i know whats up
i got an A in resource, gimme props
17 credits, thats a lot of gym classes
aerospace tech/law, lawyers in space...
yeah many doctorate programs want some educational diversity of their ppl coming in.
..... 18 credit hours with a 3.7 my FIRST semester in college... not to shabby
It's community college dude! I got a 3.9 over 60 hours in CC... it's like extended high school.
I need to crush my last 2 exams to get over a 3.0.
im not in c.c. im in a university lol
That was directed toward Silverchild, sorry should have quoted him...
:word: I'm with everyone here. CC is a joke. Everyone at my university takes their GUR(general university requirement) at the local CC because they can get an A or B while, at the university they're weed 'em out classes and most 4.0 high school students struggle to get C's because they're the entry point for that given degree.
While I'm at this, I'm a business management major so I should get better grades, but I lack the concentration and I'm hindered by group activities often so I get B's.
I haven't gotten grades yet. but.... tomorrow is my last test. ever. Yep I've got this measly exam for a physics class I put off taking for three years. After that I graduate Saturday and get to start working at Honda
ur major sounds hard tho i'm doubtful you can take many of your major classes at CC.
but congrats anyways, good grades are good grades, at any level.
on a sidenote, i think u can take remedial classes at some colleges, like higher institutes of learning for lower levels of classwork..
cam is working full time though.
17 credits plus a 40-50 hour work week is tough. no matter what school you go to.
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