According to research by Degree Query, 30 percent of students worldwide only go to a four-year college because they think it’s the natural progression after high school, and 23 percent only go because they think it’s what's expected from them.
Going to a four-year college is perfect for people who have a chosen career path that requires a bachelor’s degree, who want to pursue a master’s or professional degree later on or who want and can afford the college experience. There are a number of alternatives to getting a bachelor’s degree, including an associate’s degree from a two-year community college or a diploma, apprenticeship or certificate from a specialized trade or vocational school. If you want to avoid running up crazy student debt, community college can be a good place to start.
To learn more, check out Degree Query’s infographic below.
By Alice Yang In the month before my high school graduation, everything suddenly turned slow.
Hallways, filled with Virginia humidity, had a molasses quality to them.
I wrote my last high school paper then: an essay on Shakespeare’s .
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Many students go to a four-year school because they believe it’s the normal thing to do.
Likewise, I disagreed with Bannon’s thesis that Joyce was justified in his use of the orientalist aesthetic and laid out my reasons.
This method doesn’t solely apply to papers about literary texts.