left school at 16 been working for the last 17 years in dairy farming now own and run my own farm so while education is important just remember there is more than a fair share of burger flippers and window washers with phd's in subjects that have no or very little employment options outside of a select few elite students
I'm curious as to what everyone's educational status is and how far they plan to go before entering the real world, if not already there. And if you're willing, to divulge what it is your studying and why you chose that.
I myself am just finishing up my 15th year and by the end of next year I should graduate with a double major in Psychology and Neurology with a minor in Political Science. My passion in education beyond school however lies in the workings of the Universe as a whole and a brain as a sub-unit therein and how they are intertwined.
For someone in university (especially in education), you sure write things wrong. BS doesn't mean anything.
BSc: Bachelor of Science BA: Bachelor of Arts BFA: Bachelor of Fine Arts BEng: Bachelor in Engineering BBA: Bachelor in Business Administration Etc.
You should have just simply written "Bachelor" in whole instead of BS.
And yet notice how everyone knows what I'm talking about though? That's all I was really going for. If you want to nit pick and try to assert your intellectual dominance over a video game message board go for it and try your luck but I assure you that is not worth either of our time to get into that.
But on a more topic related subject since the time I started this thread I've decided to go on to graduate school in neuroscience for a phd instead of double majoring. I figure with how things seem to be going a bachelors doesn't seem enough anymore.