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Is this guy serious? HA!?0Shaun102012-11-05 21:38:02
Hi everyone! Just curious on your opinions: I met a guy through a mutual friend back in July and we were two peas in a pod! We dated all the way up until Thanksgiving when he decided to dump me. I am 22, working 30 hours a week, senior in college in an honors program and thesis project, I help out with psychology research in university labs, and I am applying to law schools at the moment...my point is, I'm pretty independent and away from home now, trying to get my life together. On the other hand, he is in his late twenties, only graduated from high school, works an hourly wage part-time at a golf club, and is in a dead end band (= no money)...oh, and he still lives with his parents. I fell in love with him only to be dumped and left dumbfounded. But the more I think about it, he is stuck in high school-in his mind (the glory days)...he has no responsibilities at home and his parents have to tell him to clean his room and wash the dishes...and they feed him and let him continue to live there on their dime for the most part. He cuts their grass for an "allowance" too...The only reasons that I stayed with him and looked over those points is because I really loved him and we had a lot in common...also, because I figured that I was four years younger than him and still pretty young anyways and shouldn't judge. However, the more I think about it the more I realize that he would never have signed up to take a class at the community college had I not come into the picture (his friend even told me this after the breakup, that I inspired him to do so)! He wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer back in high school from what I've been told, but he seemed motivated and his parents were actually starting to feel proud of his son for having some kind of motivation to get his **** together! Anyways, he started introducing me to his friends, took me to weddings of his friends from high school, and it was like he felt peer pressure to enroll in school and tell his friends from high school that he wanted to make something of himself and be a teacher...I was very encouraging once he announced this to everyone, however, I never told him beforehand or pressured him to go back to school...he did that on his own. I feel like he was just doing this to keep up in the social circle with his high school friends (who are now mostly married and live on their own and have steady lives and incomes with families). I think he felt pressure with me around because I was actually trying to get somewhere with my life and I was making him look bad (I guess?) Anyways, the last relationship he was in lasted for over two years and the girl he was with was a few years older than him, but an alcoholic and partier (just like him-all though, he drinks he never really had much when he dated me because he knew I wasn't a drinker/partier and my dad was a recovering alcoholic)...Also, he looked liked the responsible one in that relationship so I think that's why he stayed with her for so long, even though he got so sick of her jealosy and nagging (as he has told me). Anyways, they dated, were broken up but on the rocks/friends with benefits up until I met him through a mutual friend, when he finally got sick of her antics of getting drunk at her job, jealousy, etc the same week we met and told her they were done with everything. However, I think they were meant for each other! Haha, they both liked to party and drink at these thrasher punk shows he played at and they are both insecure and have to be in the social circle and party to feel important...When we were dating, I think he was trying to turn some of that craziness off for me because he knew I wasn't really a punk rocker partier/drinker, I don't think he was being himself around me and I guess he got sick of it. We were doing really great up until the part where reality started to sink in that I actually had responsibilities and we could only see each other on the weekends if anything...we lived an hour away from each other. Oh summer love, you suck bite and blow...in that order! Hahaha A good analogy I have to describe us would be something like I am to the band Rush as he is to the band ...well, I guess his "band" hahaha[View Answers]
Do I have a snowball's chance in hell of getting into graduate school?0Adeline2012-11-05 21:28:02
I'm getting ready to graduate with honors with a bachelor in psychology...my GPA is 3.6. I Have clinical experience working for a suicide prevention hotline, a local hospital's psych ward, and a local retirement home. I have also served as a teaching assistant, and have given lectures in college classes. I really want to get into a master's program for clinical psychology....but I just took the GRE today and my score was absolute crap: 980 (550 verbal, 430 quantitative) I feel like my GPA and other qualifications make me a great applicant for a master's program, but my GRE scores are pathetic. I am naturally horrible at math, and worry that even if I somehow find time to study amongst working, being a teaching assistant for two different professors, and taking my own classes, I still may not do any better than I did today. I'm starting to feel really depressed about this....I don't have another $160 to throw away again (that's how much it costs to take the test). Do you think that I still have a chance at getting accepted anywhere?[View Answers]
How hard is the nursing program?0junalyn2012-11-03 12:23:55
So I just finished my first year in college and I was studying psychology, but I want to change my degree to nursing. But I was wondering if anyone had any experience in this field. I've heard it's really really hard.[View Answers]
Hey, Does anyone know of good psychology colleges/universities that also offer at least a minor in dance.?0Sheliah2012-11-03 09:22:11
I plan on majoring in psychology but dance has always been a part of my life and I intend on keeping it that way. The problem so far is that all of the schools I've come across (that have a good psychology program) don't have a program in dance. Somewhere that offers both majors would be great.....but a minor in dance would be helpful too....I think a double major might be too ambitious anyway. Thanks for your time, and thanks for any answers I may get : ) enjoy your day[View Answers]
What's your opinion on how I feel about what I've been going through? &may you please not insult me?0shon2012-11-03 02:17:28
I feel so bad that it's partially complete-not even halfway. The only reason why I didn't drop this course is because I'm classified as a Grad Student, even though I'm in the Grad Prep program, &I had to keep my 9 hrs. for Financial Aid purposes. I couldn't afford to drop &pay the money back. All I can say is that this semester wasn't for me, &I've been out of college for almost a year. The only reason why I wanted to try Grad School is to strengthen my skills as a Spanish major, &I don't even think I'll make it to Grad School, even if I passed your class with an A. Writing papers is one of my weaknesses, even though I have to try to overcome that fear. &plus, I didn't get to get my disability accommodations because my doctor &case manager keep giving me the runaround with the paperwork to try to get my accommodations, &plus, a lot of bad stuff has happened to me this summer that I can't emotionally deal with. With the Grad Prep program with the Toulouse School of Graduate Studies, they instructed me to take NON-Spanish courses of 15 hrs. with NO prerequisites &make A's &B's in them. &I feel like I've been given the runaround for that because the Spanish Dept. for Grad School is telling me that I need to have 15 hrs. of ONLY Spanish &Straight A's. So now I'm confused. I guess I did poorly in those Psychology courses because I've never before taken upper level PSYCH courses, &I've never taken a RHAB course, either. This is my 1st semester @ UNT. I think I probably can do better next semester. &by this course having 1 big paper &no tests for the summer, that shocked me. I guess 2 mistakes I made were that I was naively thinking that because this class had no prerequisites, it was supposed to be an "easy A" &the other mistake I made was that I let my depression from other problems get the best of me. Yeah, I know I had ALL semester to do this paper, but I think that what happened with my family problems, home &financial situation played a HUGE part in me feeling depressed. I've tried to seek tutoring, but when I every time I called, nobody answered. &I had a counseling appt. @ the Psychology clinic here on campus for the 1st time yesterday, but I had to cancel the appointment because for the past 2 weeks, I've been depressed enough to not be able to move &been having stomach pains &nausea because of my anxiety. The doctor @ MHMR increased my medicine, but I can't start the increased dosage yet because of insurance purposes. I have to wait until my pills are gone. It may seem like I didn't try or put enough effort, but I know this is the best I could do, being under this pressure. Under less stressful conditions, yes, I could've done better. Shoot! I wonder if I need to be mentally hospitalized for a while. I'm trying not to let it get to that point. I know I shouldn't blame myself for my disability-related issues, but I feel like such a TOTAL loser! I shouldn't feel that way about circumstances beyond my control. I'm about to cry right now because I feel like I did something wrong. &yes, you can say I'm disabled because my mental disorders, like Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Tourette's Syndrome, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, &Major Depressive Disorder's symptoms get in the way of my everyday functioning. Because of this, I can't even get a job. But I don't see how I can't keep a job, but other people with mental illnesses can lead productive lives. I should be able to, as well. In the workforce, I always get discriminated against &no one wants to hire me, or my supervisor always wants to fire me because of my symptoms. But my depression does cause poor performance. I wish I could be happier. People do everything in their power to try to make my life HELL &try to stop me from trying to succeed. My family has done a great job of it. I'm the only person in the family with a college degree, but what good is it to have a degree in Spanish ¬ be fluent? That's why I decided to go back to school. &I didn't know until the last semester of my undergrad career that my professors told me that the University of New Orleans's Spanish undergrad program is not enough to make us fluent in the language. But I guess UNT's program won't either since they have the same course content-Ancient Literature. That won't do me any good since I want to be a translator &interpreter. But it'll help refresh my memory. Sorry for talking too much. &thanks for understanding &listening. --------------------------------------…[View Answers]
What colleges in North Carolina offer Master's programs in Psychology?0Samir2012-11-02 23:16:18
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College Admission Likelihood?0Milind2012-11-02 23:05:10
Hi everyone...I am going to be a senior this year, and I'm kind of super lost about college admissions. I have presented all of my stats here, and anything would be helpful. I just want to know, what types of schools//programs do you think I could get into, get interviews for, etc... (I want to be a doctor) so I'm thinking of applying to programs, but I know they are very competitive to get into. ACT: 32 GPA: 4.33 Class Rank: We recently got rid of the system, but i know I am at least in the top 6-7% of 700 students APs: AP Chemistry AP Eng Lang AP US Gov Senior Year: AP Calc BC AP Environmental Science AP Spanish AP Psychology AP Biology Extra Curr: Volunteer at my local hospital and library for 3 years, (over 200 hours of service) Speech Team for 2 years, i place 5th at a novice tournament Spirits Color Guard Team for one year Multicultural Club 4 years, Im also a leader for 2 years Rotary Interact for 3 years (at least 30-50 hours from that) Class Council for 2 years Track and Field-2 years, (and senior year) Other: National Honor Society for two years Spanish Honor Society for 2.5 Years Mini Medical School AP Scholar Excellence in Education Award Illinois State Scholar I have been dancing jazz/Hip Hip/Ballet Dancer for 5 years outside of school FOGANA dance competition--- 3rd place at nationals I am on my school newspaper's staff as a Staff Writer/Correspondent I also plan on, this summer, while on vacation in India, doing some research at a local college/volunteering/shadowing doctors here in the US Would you guys recommend doing anything this summer? Like start on apps, essays, any adivce in general for my senior year? Thank you SO much in advance!! :))[View Answers]
Whats a great community college to go to in southern california?0suresh2012-11-02 20:35:53
i would like a college with a good psychology program and a good student life i come from a boring city so i want to go somewhere exciting[View Answers]
Can I make it into a good college with mediocre grades?0wHiTeNiGgEr 2012-11-02 20:12:03
where should I bother trying to apply with: -GPA junior year looks to be about 3.1-3.2 (freshman &sophmore year: 3.4-3.6) -not many extra curriculars (a year of varsity lacrosse and a couple school clubs) -all honors/science &tech program classes and 5 APs by graduation -2150 SAT Critical Reading 740 Math 770 Writing 640 -a documented learning disability -3 credits at UMCP from a summer course + NASA internship -part-time job at a tea shop I'd like to major in Pre-medicine, generalized psychology or some liberal arts science. What are my odds of getting into a decent school? thanks, -maggie[View Answers]
I want to be Doctor what classes must I take?0Lalita2012-11-02 19:33:01
want to go to medical what class should I take? changes? I'm a boy. in 10th grade im signing up for classes.. I want to go to medical school or denistry school or pharmacy school or nursing school or in some medical field. I like History, im pretty solid in math, A's in Algebra 2 right now B's in Biology, A's in World History, A in cooking class, A's in English 10, A's Spainsh, ect.... This is my schedule for 11th Grade 1. American Short stories required 2.Debate required 3.American History Honors 4.Pre-Calc 5.Chemistry 6. Anatomy &Physiology 7. Forensics 8. Philosophy 9. Psychology 10. 21st Century World: Terrorism, Genocide, ect. 11. International Relations 12. AP: Comparative gov't A) Please give me some advice on these classes i'm taking in 11th grade. I really want to become eligible for medical programs in college. B) Should I take Collge medical programs out-of-school, but I don't have a ride to go to college there are no buses. Or should I take it in 12th grade? C) Should I take SPainsh 3? Or do I not need to? thank[View Answers]
Can I adopt the baby I babysit 5 days a week non stop who's mother always talks about how inconvenient he is?0Sameela2012-11-02 17:36:02
Hello, I am a 22 year old mom of an almost 4 year old. I am a college student studying for my bachelors degree in child development psychology. A friend of mine found out she was pregnant at 6 and a half months into the pregnancy. The baby was then born 2 months later. He was a premie. She works overnights and has no one else to care for the child except for her elderly grandparents who are not well. I care for him 5 days a week non stop. She drops him off Sunday morning and does not pick him up till Thursday afternoon or evening. This evening when she dropped him off, we sat on the front porch chatting a bit. She began to tell me how she picks him up, looks him in the eyes and tells him "mommy can't handle you. Mommy has emotional issues to take care of and hasn't had the time to do it with, especially not the time to deal with your birth. Mommy doesn't want you all the time. She can only handle you some of the time." Then she proceeded to tell me how she doesn't want him all the time because she doesn't like babies "more than just to hold them and give them back, so she won't be stepping in until he is much much older! That's when she'll deal with him" she also told me how she wanted to "get rid of him this Thursday," (meaning she wanted to leave him with me an extra day or two, or just till the following Thursday) "but has a meeting with someone from the mother and child program at her home Thursday and has to have him there for it so 'she guesses' she'll just have to deal with him till Sunday then she'll 'GET RID OF HIM' next week." She proceeded to tell me about how "its not HER fault he was born!" and "its not HER fault he came when he did!" and about what an inconvenience he is to her and, well, you get the picture! She went on and on about how much of an inconvenience HE is to her and how she doesn't want to deal with him because she has HER life to live WITHOUT him. I have all but begged her to just sign him over to me. And she will not do it. She doesn't flat out say no, but she always changes the subject because if she gives him up, she loses her welfare check, her insurance, and her food stamps. She works a full time job with overtime, yet she is still receiving monthly checkSSSSSS, food stamps, state pays her car repairs, gas, and car insurance, and she has free medical insurance, as well as WIC. THAT is why she won't fully give him up. This child needs to be removed from her care before she messes him up bad. She does not properly feed him, she feeds him too much so he'll sleep longer. I would love to keep this baby and get custody of him as my own. Does anyone know if this is possible? I am being told to go to the Department of Health and Human Resources in my county and explain the situation and speak to a social worker. Does anyone know of any other action I can take as well? She practically abandons him when he is in my care. She NEVER EVER calls or texts to check on him. She only contacts me when she wants to drop him off, and when she is coming to get him. It is not a healthy situation for him, and she is not a fit parent at all. Please give me some suggestions! PLEASE![View Answers]
Could I get into MIT or Cornell's school of engineering?0Moses2012-11-02 12:32:32
Here are my stats: Note: I go to a public HS in WA state; For my junior and sophomore years of high school, I was accepted into an early college program through Eastern Washington University, where I take 17 credits per quarter of college classes with tenured professors and matriculated college students. Classes count for both high school and college credit. It wasn't easy to get into either.... Frosh: AP sophomore LA (A) Honors general sci (A) German 1 and 2 (A) Guitar (B+) Orchestra (A) Honors Algebra 1 and 2 (A-) Individual sports (A) World History (A) Soph: Pre AP soph LA (A-) AP US History (B+) German (A-) Honors Chem (C+...I know, very bad X:) Geometry (A-) Psychology (A-) Passages (A-) Cardio Fit (A) Summer Before Junior Year: AP Government through JSA program at Georgetown University (B) Junior: (All junior and senior classes are university classes taught by professors at Eastern Washington University) English 101 (3.9) Psych 100 (3.7) University Ballet (4.0) Pre Calc I (3.0) Pre Calc II (4.0) German 102 (3.7) Engl 201 (4.0) Ballet (4.0) Western Lit (3.3) Psychology 101 (4.0) Summer Before senior year: Calculus I (?) Current Events (A+) Senior: Calc II (?) Pre medical biology 1 (?) Engineering Physics 1 (?) Ballet (?) Calc III (?) Pre medical biology 2 (?) Engineering Physics 2 (?) Ballet (?) Differential Equations (?) Pre medical biology 3 (?) Engineering Physics 3 (?) Ballet Achievements: Was accepted into and participated in the Junior State of America Summer School last summer at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. It was three weeks long, where I took AP Govt, met senators and debated current issues. Volunteered for local hospital as a licensed pharmacy assistant and delivered medications to patients. I worked since last feb. as a staff writer in news/ reporter for the Eastern Washington University newspaper, and started this at 16 years old. My boss doesn't know how old I am. I will continue this job next year. I just completed a surgeon job shadow at Sacred Heart Medical Center. There were 50 applicants, 4 were chosen, and I miraculously got in somehow. lol. That was very cool. I was also accepted into the Yale University Junior State program two weeks from now...I am awaiting word from my parents as to whether or not I can go this year. >< Worked as a library intern the summer before last. I am going to write a book this summer. EC's: Cross country sophomore year Ballet Violinist in Orchestra (at University too) Volunteering Job hopefully Junior State of America (well, only for one year :) ) Hope to do a really cool senior project involving my Columbia University physics professor and biology. Staff Writer/reporter for The Easterner Don't have my SAT I results yet. I will retake it in October. I have a bad feeling about it though....): Here comes the bad part...my GPA is only a 3.52 at this point. I will work very hard to raise it. IT'S GOING UP. I'm a perfectionist, but I don't want to set myself up for failure. Please let me know if I can get into a top school, or if I just be realistic and start looking at state colleges. I just took the SAT but I wasn't in tiptop shape (family problems before it--didn't study, it was only a dry run), and I got an 1880. I know that's really low for the schools I want. However, I know that I can raise my score; I want at least a 2100, and I'm studying over the summer. P.S. I am a white female.[View Answers]
Accredited Online Psychology Schools, are they the way to go for a Bachelor's Degree?0Niecy2012-11-02 10:35:17
I've been in and out of college for a few years, and I get stressed out and have anxiety problems being around a lot of people in a class room environment. When I was college, I always got decent and good grades, but just had some social anxiety. I'm going to a psychologist right now who is helping me. A couple of the programs in the medical field I have been in were to stressful, and I don't like the fact that I would have to operate on people. I'm interested in psychology and how our minds work and made an A in a general psychology course on campus, and thought it was interesting. My mom got a Bachelors degree in Psychology. But, no matter how hard I try to go to school, I don't have the drive and focus to sit during a class room with a bunch of people because I get so nervous, so that is why I thought about getting an online degree in psychology? I know psychology deals with face to face interactions, so most companies might look down upon an online degree, but I'm getting too old and need a degree, and would just rather do online course work. I like helping people out, and usually when your a psychologist sometimes your only helping out one person, and I'm better in small groups than attending a class with a bunch of students. All this anxiety, and add, having trouble focusing in a classroom setting makes it hard for me to even finish any programs. I'm pretty smart, just would rather learn in an online environment, so I need to know a couple of the best accredited online schools that offer the best online learning experience? Any information would be helpful, so I can spend a lot less time on site at a regular campus. Thanks. I've look at Argosy University's website, but don't know if they are accredited or not?[View Answers]
Counselors and elementary teachers- how would you describe your personality?0dmm2012-11-02 10:10:56
I'm trying to decide between these 2 career paths for my future... as of next semester I will be a junior in college. I switched my major from elementary ed to psychology, then to ed. then to psychology again. I honestly can't decide what to do. So I'm sticking with psych for the rest of my bachelors degree. But once I graduate I need to figure out what masters program to pursue, so any insight on what personality traits are needed to get by in these professions would be great! Thanks[View Answers]
Trying To Make Some Plans For School, But Don't Know Where To Start?0Perla2012-11-02 09:56:16
I'm 21 and have reached the point in my life where I have some direction and believe I've found an interest I'd like to pursue further schooling in. Unfortunately (I say unfortunately because I feel GOING to class would be easier), online schooling is really the only practical choice for my lifestyle. (Please, spare any online vs. campus comments you have.) I've tried my best to research what I can on my own (I don't like involving others until I have as much info. as I can get), but the fact is, I don't know much about the college process. I don't know what I need to look into, I don't know what I need to apply to places... I'm interested in studying psychology as well as criminal justice/criminology. If anyone has any answers to the questions below, I would GREATLY appreciate your response! - Do I need to take the SATs to enroll in online classes? (I did not take them in high school) - What information do I need from high school? My GPA? My class rank? - Does what I want to study effect how many or what kind of English classes, or math classes (and whatever else) I'd have to take? - Do I need to contact anyone about this? Like high school kids talk to their guidance councilor about a plan (majors, minors, etc...) and to have everything explained to them. Is there someone I can contact to discuss what I want to do and how to do it? - Does anyone have suggestions for an online program that offers good classes for psychology/criminal justice/criminology? Preferably one that is priced reasonably (for example, I heard Phoenix is a great school, but even so, the cost is ridiculous). I will be paying for my schooling MYSELF so I will NOT be enrolling until I can afford to do so. That being said, I will be doing all I can to be able to do this as soon as I can, a manageable price tag would greatly aid the process. With the job market and economy how it is, I'm not about to dig a hole I won't be able to get out of. I really have no idea what I'm supposed to do, so any advice/steps would be appreciated! Thank you!!![View Answers]
How marketable will i be with my new degrees?0Albert Kim2012-11-02 09:11:23
hey everybody i graduated from UNCW with a BA in Psychology in 2009 since graduation i have been job searching and i can't seem to do anything better than retail :( i've always been a total tech junkie and i have a strong knowledge of networking and computer hardware in general, also some programming knowledge. So at this point, i'm back at the local community college and i'm on track to get: an associate's degree in Computer Information technology, an associates degree in programming, as well as a certificate in electrical engineering. It sounds like a lot, but since i already have a bachelor's lots of classes transferred so i can get all of this in 2 years. I plan to do an internship over the summer working as an IT guy at the local hospital. After i do this, how marketable will i be? Am i wasting my time at the community college? the college also offers a diploma in networking, and a diploma in web development. If i add those to my course load i could get out in 2.5 years. Would it be worth getting these diplomas as well? At this point I'm not sure what i want to have as my ultimate career, i'm guessing either programmer or IT work. Right now i just want to make myself as well rounded as i can. any help is appreciated[View Answers]
How Do I Get Research Experience (Applying to Grad School in Psychology)?0oath2012-11-02 08:25:40
I am a junior in college and I noticed that PhD programs require "research experience." How do I obtain this experience? I am going to meet an academic advisor next month. Should I ask him/her? How do I get involved in research??? What exaclty does "research experience" entail?[View Answers]
Hunter College Psychology Program?0Princess_17 2012-11-02 05:39:57
Im about to graduate from BMCC with an associate's degree in liberal arts. I've been thinking of going to Hunter for my BA. I wanted to ask a few questions. 1)Since I'll have my Associates going into Hunter. Does that mean that I will continue with the same amount of credits I had when I graduated from BMCC? (Ex. I graduate with 74, i will continue with 74 credits, and none of my credits get rejected). 2) Since I'll have 74 credits does that mean I can finish my BA before 2 years?[View Answers]
Why can't I get a job?0beebee2012-11-02 04:20:47
I went to school for 4 years and earned my BA in Psychology? I made the deans list 4 or more semester and completed my Degree with a 3.0 gpa. I don't understand why some of my friends who didn't go to college have good paying jobs and are very successful. Now I'm working on my MBA with strayer U online and still cant get a job. I have great intervening skills but I never make it to the interview. I feel like I waisted my time getting my BA. But then It got me into a MBA program. I don't want to feel that I'm waisting my time with continuing my education. This topic is open for discussion. Let me know what you guys think. Please, because I need something.[View Answers]
What should I do if I don't get into the nursing program...? Please Help!!?0toju2012-11-02 00:24:47
I'm already finishing up my 3rd year (junior) and going to be a senior soon when school starts again in Fall. It's really horrible but at my school they just barely started this year that I'm applying that there will NO longer be a wait list. What's unfair about it is because I know a few others and friends who were able to get in, but all of them were on the wait list (they had to wait just a little bit though, about 1-2 quarters which isn't as bad as waiting a year or more). Anyways, basically if I don't get into this program, which I have been working so hard to get into and have already finished all of my general education and prerequisite classes requirements, well what if I don't get in, then I'd just have to wait a whole other year to apply again (and still there's no guarantee I'll get accepted) I'm worried about this because my GPA has slipped down a few points (but is still a bit over 3.0 the minimum, I now have about a 3.3 gpa overall). So, with all the applicants competing (there's over 400 here! with only less than 60 seats :( I just don't know if I'll ever get the chance. There are barely any other nursing schools where I live either and currently am going to a university, so really want to finish and get my Bachelors. Now that I think about it, I just don't know if it was really worth it to go through all this trouble with nursing and maybe risk not even getting in. What would you do if you were in my position? I do want to stay in town (I live with my family) so going out of state or city and transferring or applying elsewhere isn't an option for me! So if you didn't get into the nursing program, would you just wait or take time off college? maybe voluneteer? Or should I just do another major and pretty much start all over? I can do a few more years, that I don't really mind, but it's already my 3rd year (I'm a junior about to be senior status soon) so I don't know if it's worth it or would end up being bad for me if I swithc majors. IF i do switch I'm interested in Sociology or Psychology though I know those majors practically would be hard to find a job in and it's pretty different field, but I just don't really like to major in biology because it's such a difficult subject ( I do like bio don't get me wrong just don't want to do it even though it's closer to nursing, and have to do all the work again, especially the labs my least fave), Honestly if I had known all this would happen beforehand=, I probably wouldn't have picked nursing for my major. it's just too hard :/ Sorry for writing so much! I really hope someone could help me with this. I need to make a decision and am having a hard time doing so. I just am not sure which would be the best way to go. You can just mention your answer as if what you would do instead, but please read what I wrote above. Thank you in advance for answering and for any advice you can give![View Answers]

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