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Re: Case load to take on course load?

Posted by posterchild on February 7, 2009, at 23:56:55

In reply to Case load to take on course load?, posted by riot on January 6, 2009, at 0:25:36

Start with just taking one class. See how you do. See if you enjoy it. Take an intro class in something you're interested in-perhaps something will come up in class that could be a possible career. Lots of times profs will know that kind of stuff too-where the jobs are in the field and the best degree to get you there. You'd be surprised in jobs in things you like.

Start slow! Don't expect too much from yourself at first. Start entering the water slowly to make sure you can tread-otherwise it might be a big waste of time and money. Explore options and schools.




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