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Originally posted by babyk94 babyk94 wrote:

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uhm..you need to be a compsci major or biology
I really wish I could but, I don't have the passion for medicine and I hate computers.


do you have a passion for paying bills and having a good income?Angry
maybe I'll just try to model or something
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Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

Originally posted by babyk94 babyk94 wrote:

Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

uhm..you need to be a compsci major or biology
I really wish I could but, I don't have the passion for medicine and I hate computers.

do you have a passion for paying bills and having a good income?Angry


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Originally posted by babyk94 babyk94 wrote:

Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

uhm..you need to be a compsci major or biology
I really wish I could but, I don't have the passion for medicine and I hate computers.


whatever your passion is, do it. good luck young sister.
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Originally posted by babyk94 babyk94 wrote:

Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

uhm..you need to be a compsci major or biology
I really wish I could but, I don't have the passion for medicine and I hate computers.


whatever your passion is, do it. good luck young sister.
you are always so sweet thank you
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What are you good at academically?

I'm all for passion and doing what you love...but what's more important is being able to take care of yourself. If you can find a skill you can acquire that will pay the bills, then you should do it while still learning about what you are passionate about.

Some people can easily go pick up a trade or skill (accounting, nursing, etc.), do that from 9-5 and then use the other hours/days for their "passion". Other people need their job and their passion to be the same thing.

Of course, you can look at this another way. Don't take on a mortgage or student loans and learn to live very simply. Then you can do what you're passionate about even if it doesn't pay well. A salary of 30-40k is more than enough if your necessities are only 15-20k.
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OP do you know what school you are going to?
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I'm going to a community college. Montgomery College to get my associates

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Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

What are you good at academically?

I'm all for passion and doing what you love...but what's more important is being able to take care of yourself. If you can find a skill you can acquire that will pay the bills, then you should do it while still learning about what you are passionate about.

Some people can easily go pick up a trade or skill (accounting, nursing, etc.), do that from 9-5 and then use the other hours/days for their "passion". Other people need their job and their passion to be the same thing.

Of course, you can look at this another way. Don't take on a mortgage or student loans and learn to live very simply. Then you can do what you're passionate about even if it doesn't pay well. A salary of 30-40k is more than enough if your necessities are only 15-20k.


Hmmmmm.... this has me thinking a lot!!!! very helpful!
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Originally posted by babyk94 babyk94 wrote:

I'm going to a community college. Montgomery College to get my associates
Have you gone to the school yet to start picking out your schedule? Have you gone to speak to a counselor there? have you looked at their list of majors? What school do you plan to transfer to? Do they have any transfer agreements with other schools? What are the requirements for that? Have you spoken to your guidance counselor to help you choose the right major?
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I just talked to my counselor today she asked me what my major is gonna be, she told me I need to look into the schools I wanna transfer to so I can make sure they will except my credits. I will be going back on saturday to fully register. I also need 60 credits to get my associates.

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