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I had it on me cause I needed lunch money and tried to sell it for afew cents. Also, who asks why they want a lighter? Pfft.AlterBlade wrote:I was an ACCOMPLICE.psycosquirrel789 wrote:haha You're one of a kind man! Truly.AlterBlade wrote:Hey, I didn't perform the act. I supplied the lighter unknowingly.
but seriously, i think the biggest difference is that in high school you can work with your teachers much more than in college, where everything is just expected to be done. for example theyll say, "read chapters 5-10 by next monday" and next monday youll have a pop quiz over it or something. sometimes they do that in high school, but in college its at an extreme
For all those posting about AP credit, test credit, community college credit, etc., it's a great idea, but try to find out ahead of time how the institutions you might want to attend will count them. They might give you full credit, or place you in a higher level similar class, or give you credits toward the total you need to graduate but not get you out of a requirement. That can also vary among schools/colleges within a university. You can definitely save a lot of money and avoid being in some gigantic competitive introductory courses. Some 4-yr schools have well-organized transfer programs from 2-yr schools (provided you do well enough etc.)
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yes sirAB23 wrote:roanoke as in virginia?Heretic wrote:I'm going to Roanoke College in the fall to study art.
haha thanks, it's the other classes I'm worried aboutAndy92 wrote:I'm pretty confident you'll get all A's in your art classes lol.Heretic wrote:I'm going to Roanoke College in the fall to study art.