Lol oh gosh. Nope still not allowed to open it until your birthday. And it really no problem. If your referring to the gift it a wish list sorry it isn't alot. And if the picture I guess I'm a sweet person.
I'm sorry to sound like a parent but its better to be on time than late. You know better now but when next semestar courses are open you better
be on the ball to sign up for that classes you need. It's first come first serve trust me ive had to be on time to do things cant over look anything.
My sched. Sociology: 9:30 - 10:45 Statistics: 11 - 12:50 Cultural Anthropology: 1 - 2:15
Morning to noon with the evening to spare Tuesdays and Thursdays.
That's feather cheep for a state collage the one I want to go to is 35k without dorm
47k with which is bullocks but the entrance is completely easy just transcripts and a how above 2.7
I'm not close hah but I'll get there. Just review what you financial aid will reward you and the
See if you need those loans also you gotta be on the ball it's first come first serve when it comes
To signing up don't slack
Yeah thats one thing i loved was to choose what class I needed to take and
see what time. I would recommend taking your general ed courses first to get them out
of the way then go for the courses you WANT to take.
And no I've heard of something like that before. but Considering that I'm only a community college
student our school doesn't require. But I'm unsure that the uni im going to wont require that. Each collage is different
like a said and require different requirements. Also I'm just taking things slow dont overwhelm yourself on courses
as for Financial. You get a maybe like a grand. depending on how many units you are in rolled in. I was getting a grand
when i was taking 5 courses. but then things got difficult and I had to take things slow so ive gotten half. Plus I have loans.
which sucks but yeah. just depends. youll usually get a financial aid letter that show you the calculations f how much will be
provided for you for each semester. youll know then.
Take this advice from a college student. depending where you are going uni or com
going to college is rather okay. You have the freedom to do more than you could in HS
teachers can talk to you and treat you like an adult and not like a child.
and homework deadlines depending on the course is not to bad. Also it gives you the freedom
to chose the course and how many courses to take. I dont know how many classes your hS required
you to take but my HS made you take 6 and now I could take 1-5 right now im taking 3 classes
on Tuesdays and Thursday. Also courses can be like 50mins sometimes depending on time.
College is way different from HS can be stressful but now really hard once you understand the pattern
plus sign up for Financial aid. that can help if your parents dont make a lot . If you ever need help just ask