The educational systems we have today greatly differ from any time in the past. Due to its complexity, there are many questions to be asked. Here you might ask and answer questions about education: career paths, colleges and universities, classes, student loans, and more.
Where do you see yourself:
Here's what the resume advice company Resume Edge recommends as
a sample answer to the question, "Where do you see yourself in ten
In ten years, I endeavor to have refined my strategic and client
relations skills. I intend to be a leading expert in estate
planning. After having proven myself as a senior manager, I hope to
help shape the strategic direction of estate planning services. I
could do this in any number of official roles....
== == Here are some suggestions for how people can define their
standard of success: * Success is different for each individual
person. Too often we look at one another to measure how successful
we are in our own lives. You may look at a certain person and think
wow they really got it together. What you may not know is that
person probably isn't in his/her mind satisfied their own selves
(successfully) speaking. Ask yourself what your standard of success
You must have an IQ in the top 2% of the population to qualify
for mensa, in one of their registered IQ tests. In the Cattel B III
test, this means an IQ score of 148 or higher is required.
Hope this helps!
Colleges vs. Universities vs. Schools:
The difference between a college and a
university is that a college just offers a collection of degrees in
one specific area while a university is a collection of colleges.
When you go to a university you are going to be graduating from one
of their colleges, such as the business college. As to which is
better, it depends on what you want. Single colleges tend to be
smaller while universities are bigger, but universities are better
you should go for M.Tech after you BE, because this is your core
stream or core line.so engineering is best option for your bright
If you need more information about the admission process ,then
check out the websites of some of these universities given below:-
BITS , BHU , LOVELY PROFESSSIONAL UNIVERSTY , AMITY
No, because life is all about the lots of challenge facing
problems and you must marry to take another problem to make your
ability to sustain with it.
Yes, because hun, we all know your gona get pregnant or already
has a baby and no college wants a sluttty teen. got it?
^that's a terrible answer. After high school you're the adult.
You make the decisions and no one can tell you otherwise. In fact,
most colleges aren't going to look down...
ANSWER 1: Accreditation is not a "one size fits all"
concept. There are different types of accreditation - including
regional accreditation and national accreditation. Colleges and
universities voluntarily apply to receive their accreditation from
different bodies, or different accrediting agencies. The following
information outlines why some schools are regionally accredited,
while others are nationally accredited, while others may have a
If an online college chooses to apply for regional
accreditation, it is evaluated by the regional agency that presides
over its home...
The answer would be entirely up to the organization or school
board hiring you. However, in this day and age, I think that it is
unlikely that someone with a felony record would be hired over an
equally qualified candidate who had a clean record.
A sociologist studies human life on various levels, with a
strong emphasis on political systems and how life changes for human
beings over time and from place to place.
Most jobs for sociologists are in research organizations,
colleges and universities, and state and local government.
It is not usual for sociologists to travel in their job but
there are some jobs that include field research and travel.
1. Students will not judge each other based on clothing and will
develop friendships with people they otherwise wouldn't talk
2. Saves money.
3. Students always look presentable, are comfortable, and have
increased confidence because they know they aren't being judged by
I have been wearing uniforms for the past 12 years and they are
great! It's a no-brainer when I have to get dressed for school. I
don't have to worry about what I'm wearing everyday. I couldn't
imagine not wearing uniforms!