After grade 9 where can I go to work, at least, or in what college do
After grade 9, where can I go to work, at least, or what college to enter?
Sorry, I rebuilt the offer, but forgot to remove it. In addition to everything, I have some minor vision problems.
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Answered 3 april 2015 14:09
What subjects do you like at school and how do you perform well? From here we will dance.
Answered 3 april 2015 14:08
Maybe it's better to get to 11? Vision can be corrected by surgery, if badly damaged, or by exercises, if problems are minor. If, nevertheless, they decided to leave after grade 9, then at least which area is of interest? There are many options.
Answered on April 7, 2015 16:11
I am fond of legends and mythology, but I have problems with history, the doctors said that up to 18 the operation is not required, and I have a rich imagination in such genres as mysticism, fantasy and horrors.
So you still closer literature. This is definitely some kind of humanitarian sphere. It may be worth it to unlearn 11 classes, to pull up some items that are especially necessary for admission, and this is most likely a story, since your profile is humanitarian. Also literature, Russian, social studies, for example. And during this time, improve your health.
Answered April 7, 2015 16:53, Yule |
My algebra teacher told me that if after 10-11 classes I want to do something, then it’s + another 4 to 6 years of study, then a graduate school for another 2 years. And such is the future I'm learning now? I'm already terribly, because it turns out 17 years of life will go to study, it's a shame.
Answered on April 7, 2015 19:56, best_or_nothing |
Yes, you can choose whether you will study for 4 years (bachelor's degree) or 6 years (master's). It is absolutely not necessary to go to graduate school (which, by the way, is 3 years, not two), unless you, of course, want to become some kind of professor or doctor of science. So, it is quite realistic to unlearn for 4 years and get a higher education and not for too long, and as a result, it will not take 17 years. However, you and your parents decide.
Answered on April 8, 2015 10:27, Yule |
I live in Dimitrovgrad, in the Ulyanovsk region, I do not have very good knowledge, so I am not sure that they will take me to high school :-( There are no institutes in my city, and the choice of the technical school is not large.
Answered on April 8, 2015 12:24, best_or_nothing |
If you want to study in high school, then at least try, and suddenly take, suddenly succeed. If not, continue studying, that is, get a profession in an average specialized educational institution. If your city has a small choice, look at the nearby cities with your parents, where you can go, but consider all the pros and cons of this decision.