Some High School
High School Grad
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 Sylvia Lydia Morelos 07/18/15...3:04 p.m. I have a BA from UCLA in Latin American Studies. I am ...
Some High School.
I wanted to take the poll ....no option for elementary school drop out :/
I was born and raised, in a scattered fashion, around North America.
Gone are the days, here in 1'st world, where work was mandatory for some at an early age.
Well if you wanted to eat or have a roof over your head anyhow and no I am not 80 years old.
36 years old I think ....checking with my ESTJ Wife....she says yes 36.
Not complaining here or anything like that. I really enjoyed my childhood and experienced quite a bit. My mom was very young, we grew up together.
To Life... and the freedom of choices it offers. (Less polls about education!)
p.s. my so called lack of education has afforded me a great job and means to raise my two boys who ARE going through continued education :) One is last year physiotherapy and the other just graduated high school !
Masters in Educational Psychology. ENFJ. 4/5. Anybody out there like me?
I have a Masters in Ed. Psych. I tested out as ENFJ and 4/5. I'm an artist. I consider myself an empathic misanthrope - IOW - totally fucked. Anyone else out there like me?
Some college. I go to school in New York City.
I'm in my final year in Junior College (the same thing as high school).
Any PhDs on here?
This is difficult for me as we have different type edutional system....I finished school, went to University and got one minor grad, but it is nothing I could get a job for :(
Still in college. I should've graduated by now, but I changed my major twice and pretty much had to start over. Went to the University of Central Florida to study forensic science (with a biochem focus) for two years before dropping out due to health problems and suicide attempts. I go to a community college now and am studying pure math to possibly become a cryptographer.