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

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  • Some High School

    1,193 17.01%
  • High School Grad

    975 13.90%
  • Some College

    2,304 32.84%
  • College Grad

    1,536 21.90%
  • Post-Graduate Work

    306 4.36%
  • Post-Graduate Degree

    701 9.99%
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  1. #201

    Undergrad with a Bachelor's degree, which is equivalent to a college grad in United States.

  2. #202

    Fast tracking through the American system of higher education by way of a university, currently halfway through my Junior year of college after little over a year out of high school (9th thru 12th grade).

    Question: Is the majority of Personality Cafe's member list from the UK?

  3. #203

    Quote Originally Posted by Brixby Jones View Post
    Fast tracking through the American system of higher education by way of a university, currently halfway through my Junior year of college after little over a year out of high school (9th thru 12th grade).

    Question: Is the majority of Personality Cafe's member list from the UK?
    Probably not from only the UK. The British model of university organization, however, is found throughout the Commonwealth. Athena Avril, for example, is from Singapore (or so her "About Me" page says). I'm from Canada. There are almost certainly healthy contingents from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and so on.

    As for the terms "college" and "university": I don't know if this applies elsewhere, but a "college" in Alberta allows you to do only the first two years of a Bachelor's degree program. You would have to attend university, and thus move to the big city, for years three and four. The peculiarity we notice is the American need for specialized terms freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior to designate how far a student has progressed. I don't know if other countries speak of first-year, second-year, third-year, and fourth-year students; however, these are standard terms in Canada to describe a student's progress.
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  4. #204

    Master of Science :)

    ESFJ-Cathrine

  5. #205

    I'm currently working on a BS in Communication Sciences & Disorders, which is an almost-useless degree if I don't get into graduate school later.

  6. #206

    Second year of college here.

  7. #207

    Finishing up my first year of college, currently.

  8. #208

    I'm still in high school :) but I think our educational system works differently in the Netherlands :P haha

  9. #209

    Quote Originally Posted by Naia68 View Post
    Maybe. How about persistent people. It takes persistence to earn a degree.
    Not persistence. It takes a high tolerance of bullshit.

    ...if you can tolerate bullshit and use standardized education to further your career and enlighten thineself, then all the power to ya.

    Unfortunately, I have a rebellious mind and I cannot stand school.
    Last edited by 7legion77; 05-18-2013 at 07:59 PM.

  10. #210

    I'm currently studying in an university, I should had finished next year, but thanks to a vocational crisis I changed my major XD


     
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