Graduate Final Examinations

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  2. Adriel | Feb 24, 2014
    Every grade, at every level of college, coutns.Never give up, or slow down, or stop working hard. NEVER.Whatever you do at community college absolutely COUNTS toward your four-year bachelors degree GPA. That's because what you do at community college will BECOME PART of the four-year bachelors degree.If you do a year at community college, then that coutns as your first (freshman) year of the four-year bachelors degree. Your grades during that first year, therefore, matter because they will be factored-in to your four-year bachelors GPA.If you do two years at community college even if you emerge therefrom with an Associate of Arts (AA) or an Associate of Science (AS) degree said degree will count as the first two (freshman and sophomore) years of the four-year bachelors degree and so, therefore, the grades you earned therein will COUNT.School is harder for some and easier for others. That's just the way it is in life. If you're the kind of person who has to work really hard in order to get decent grades, then so be it. That's, frankly, the way most people are. If it was easy for everyone, then the colleges/universities would make it even harder so that the average student would still be challenged.I'm sorry that you don't have much of a free life, but if that's what it takes to do well, then that's what you will have to do. It's only four years of your life. The only reason you think that's a reallly long time is because at this moment, four years is about 20% to 25% of the time you've been alive (assuming you're around 18 to 20). But when you're forty, four years is only 10% of how long you'll have been alive and at that point in your life, you'll believe you could do four years standing on one foot.Relax. Life, for you, at this point in it, is long. Four years, believe it or not, is short. It's nothing. There'll be PLENTY of time for having a better life after you're done.Buckle down. Study hard. This, too, shall pass.Hope that helps. [url=]javrybgby[/url] [link=]gwqqvsjn[/link]
  3. Flavio | Feb 23, 2014
    it's good that you have a goal. if you transfer, your gpa will be reset in that you now get to start over in terms of greads from your new school. however, if you apply to graduate or professional school, they will ask to see transcripts from all of the colleges that you attended, so for that every grade does count.

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