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What is the highest level of education you have completed?

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  • Some High School

    64 15.72%
  • High School Grad

    36 8.85%
  • Some College

    156 38.33%
  • College Grad

    87 21.38%
  • Post-Graduate Work

    26 6.39%
  • Post-Graduate Degree

    38 9.34%
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This is a discussion on What is the highest level of education you have completed? within the Polls forums, part of the Announcements category; I didn't get this poll, it's really confusing...what is some college? Anyway...I have a bachelor degree in business administration, and ...

  1. #11

    I didn't get this poll, it's really confusing...what is some college?

    Anyway...I have a bachelor degree in business administration, and planing to continue a master sometime.

    BTW you didn't put options like Master or PHD

  2. #12

    I'm a college dropout after seven years of lingering noncommittally.




  3. #13

    I've got one degree under my belt... And back for my second and third (no I'm not really this much of an over-achiever... it's just the university I'm going to offers a dual major with only a few extra classes and my tuition is paid for, so why not).

    I'll have to go for Masters to put one of mine to use... And after I get a job in the field I want, I'll probably go back for my Ph.D.

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  5. #14

    I have finished college, but I have not gone to univeristy, which is the American view of college.
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  6. #15

    Quote Originally Posted by inebriato View Post
    I have finished college, but I have not gone to univeristy, which is the American view of college.
    I'm confused! What is college to you all? We seem to have two various forms of college here. Technical Schools, Community College, and Universities. I've graduated from the Community College (2-year degree) and now working on my Bachelor's degree at the university.
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  7. #16

    Quote Originally Posted by Korvyna View Post
    I'm confused! What is college to you all? We seem to have two various forms of college here. Technical Schools, Community College, and Universities. I've graduated from the Community College (2-year degree) and now working on my Bachelor's degree at the university.
    In England you have your Primary School which is to 5-11 years old.
    Then High School which is 11-16 years old, and college is optional, but you normally stay there for 2-3 years, but you need to have some college eduction to get to university. At college you basically study something you want to study at univeristy, which is meant to show your dedication to it or some crap.

    I don't get it either, I don't see the point in it, I hate how British schooling is set out.
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  8. #17

    Quote Originally Posted by inebriato View Post
    In England you have your Primary School which is to 5-11 years old.
    Then High School which is 11-16 years old, and college is optional, but you normally stay there for 2-3 years, but you need to have some college eduction to get to university. At college you basically study something you want to study at univeristy, which is meant to show your dedication to it or some crap.

    I don't get it either, I don't see the point in it, I hate how British schooling is set out.
    Wow, that's very interesting. So your high school is shorter than our version of high school. Yay, I just learned something new today. Thanks for educating me on British's school system!

    My campus actually has a study abroad program setup with Harlaxton University. My cousin went this past year and wants to go back.
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  9. #18

    I would never ever admit it to someone face-to-face, but it's really a delicate subject for me ahahahhahaa. And now I'm feeling even worse, because I can't answer to the question - I haven't even finished high school. I hardly managed to finish primary school (9 grades), I did the last grade twice. It's delicate because.. I was ALWAYS the top of my class, ALWAYS. And I didn't have to work for it, natural intelligence, lol. I enjoyed it, oh how I enjoyed it. But due to.. several things combined, I'd rather not go into details, I stopped caring about school. I started missing classes to the point of where I didn't show up for a whole half-year. They let me pass the grade, because "oh how can we not, such a great student!". Next year I tried, but well.. I had missed a lot and it did show in my grades. I guess they weren't that bad, but I was used to be the best hahahhaa. I wanted nothing less. So the next half-year I again didn't show up and because it was the year of the exams, they couldn't put me through, I had to repeat the grade. Months later my mom tells me that "if only you would've gone to the exams, you would've got through, you fucking moron". YES THANKS FOR TELLING ME THAT BEFORE. The only reason I didn't go was because I was dead sure I'm gonna have to repeat the grade anyway. Anyway, finally I did finish the 9th grade too, even tho I still missed one half-year, but I went to my exams this time hahaha (isn't this remarkable I passed all even though I had missed school SO much?).

    I kind of got carried away, but I wanted to make a point. People often give me this LOOK when I say I've only finished primary school. "Oh you little stupid thing.. " F*CK YOU.

    : D : D : D : D hahahhaha
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  10. #19

    Majored in International Relations and European History. Not completing my degree is one of my greatest regrets in life. However, I will conquer it someday. Not that it was the end of my education by any means because I'm essentially autodidactic, but it's hard to prove it. People have a hard time believing that you can educate yourself - such is the world we live in.
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  11. #20

    Studying General Ed in community college after being turned down by art school.
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