Re: Re: Hello- Colleges
> Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2002 13:39:09 -0700 (PDT)I dont know what things are like in the USA, but here,
> From: peggy salvail <psalvail@...>
> Subject: Re: Hello
> Hi, if you can go to your local Junior College and
> take the basics first. It's cheeper and you get
> out of the way.
not everything is transferable. And not every school
requires the same "basics". For instance, NONE of the
stuff I did at one school for two years is
transferable (credit wise) to the school I'm in now.
If I did want to "use" it.. I would have to challenge
the class, pay the tuition for the class (again), and
write the final for it (again). Going to a smaller
local school though is MUCH cheaper (sometimes) then
going to a larger school if you have to move away for
it. But check first with the school you hope to end
up at to finish your education, to ensure that what
you are taking locally will be transferable, and
actually nessesary at your other school. Keep in
mind, that assumes you will get into the school you
want to. A lot of school programs are getting harder
and harder to get into. The department I'm in now,
more then 700 people applied, about 200 made it to the
portfolio/interview portion, and about 100 actually
got in. Ouch. The school I went to before - about 70
people applied, and about 35 got in. Much nicer odds.
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