Discussion in 'General Forum' started by devenstonow, Sep 7, 2016.
jk I’m not on right now
I just wanted to spam that to you like I usually do but congrats dog you are a good boi now
Just a heads up, I’m never playing with you and the only reason I agreed is cause I was already on
my English teacher was like this class starts out hard and gets easier later on so she assigned us an 100 page paper to annotate and write a summary on and we only have until Wednesday 8 am to finish it.
Imagine how easy it's gonna get though
Oof. That is fuckin rough. Also what kinda psychopath?!? I’ve never even heard of a class working that way lmao
This is a pretty dead thread but I applied for graduation today ayyy!!!
they changed a rule that allows me to graduate fully in May (as opposed to walking in May and doing one more class in the summer afterwards)
that's great to hear, congrats!
Looking into getting my masters and rly struggling with what I want. My job help pays for your masters at a certain school online and it takes 3 years and idk idk that feels so long even tho it's prob not in the grand scheme. But I wouldn't even be able to apply until winter and start next fall so it'd take four years. But then it'd cost me less overall. But I want instant gratification and I wouldn't want to move until I completed a program and four years is just too long idk. Uggh
3 years is not too long if you study part-time
I think what's stumping me most is that I couldn't even start the program until fall 2021. Idk. Prob being short-sighted but I don't wanna wait a full year just to get started. I have a mentor of sorts in my field so I'll ask them for advice, but yeah. Not making any final decisions at 3am when I can't sleep anyway oop
I did a Masters on campus here in Minneapolis while also working full-time; I was technically a "full-time student", but that basically meant taking at least two classes at once, compared to four for a normal student. I could leave work downtown and be on campus in 10 minutes, which really helped. Took me three years to complete the program, instead of the normal two, because I only did 2 (and occasionally three) classes a semester. Kept me really busy, but the three years went by quick. I enjoyed the learning I did in roughly 70% of the classes, which helped too. If you know the degree will most likely help your job chances in the future, it's totally worth it
I really don't like writing essays and various laboratory reports. It's not very interesting for me. And how do you do with it?
T-minus one month till I move to campus for graduate school. Couldn't be more excited.