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What is the highest level of education that you've completed?

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  • Some High School

    1,190 17.00%
  • High School Grad

    972 13.89%
  • Some College

    2,299 32.85%
  • College Grad

    1,533 21.91%
  • Post-Graduate Work

    303 4.33%
  • Post-Graduate Degree

    701 10.02%
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This is a discussion on What is the highest level of education that you've completed? within the Polls forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by Cerebro So I'm not the only one who sees these? I wonder how it occurs. I wonder ...

  1. #111

    Quote Originally Posted by Cerebro View Post
    So I'm not the only one who sees these? I wonder how it occurs. I wonder what would happen if we try to "Thank" their posts, or send them friend requests.
    They're just spam.. and they're a menace. Do not encourage them.

  2. #112

    Quote Originally Posted by Cerebro View Post
    So I'm not the only one who sees these? I wonder how it occurs. I wonder what would happen if we try to "Thank" their posts, or send them friend requests.
    We would probably get kidnapped by some foreign secret agency, but I don't really want to test that theory so leaving them alone sounds good to me.

  3. #113

    Help, I'm in middle school.
    What do I choose?
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  4. #114

    I've had some college experience, two years actually. I couldn't complete the degree though. The school I went to was actually pretty shady with me, and a technical commercial school at that. I practically took two years of "soul searching" to choose my next major. I'm in heavy debt & have nothing to show for it so I have to be careful...but Im actually going back to school in January. :D A late start but I'm redeeming myself for it..I also think you're never too old to learn something new.
    Cerebro thanked this post.

  5. #115

    Some college but I don't think I'm ever going to finish it. Not lazy, just found other ways to achieve my goals without spending thousands of dollars...
    Cerebro thanked this post.

  6. #116

    I graduated in May with a BA in History! sadly, I still have the same retail job I had in college
    Cerebro thanked this post.

  7. #117

    Finished my GED and now I'm going for my A+ and N+ certifications. Not the best route, I admit. School wasn't for me, being the Anti-social person that I am.

  8. #118

    Post-graduate degree (i.e. Master of Science).

  9. #119

    Some undergrad education, but planning on finishing my bachelors eventually.

  10. #120

    Quote Originally Posted by LunacyxFringe View Post
    I've had some college experience, two years actually. I couldn't complete the degree though. The school I went to was actually pretty shady with me, and a technical commercial school at that. I practically took two years of "soul searching" to choose my next major. I'm in heavy debt & have nothing to show for it so I have to be careful...but Im actually going back to school in January. :D A late start but I'm redeeming myself for it..I also think you're never too old to learn something new.
    You are correct. So long as you're alive, it's never too late.
    LunacyxFringe thanked this post.


     
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