life of a student...

Philippines
February 12, 2007 12:05am CST
what was your fondest memory as a student? do you think it is really worth finishing college? if given the time and money, what other course would you like to take?
10 responses
• Philippines
27 Mar 07
I finished 2 year course few years ago. It was computer studies but I really want to take up Culinary Arts but it is sooooooooooooooooo expensive.
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• Philippines
14 Feb 07
It is the meeting and having friends.It's nice you've got to meet different people and feel belonged when you become friends.That's the most rewarding gift of schooling.
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• Malaysia
14 Feb 07
my fondest memory as a student will be staying late at night; sometimes no sleep at all, doing assignments. although it is not recommendable, it helps me a lot in my early days as a programmer:) is it worth finishing college? well, with the degree, i got a job. a well paid job. but i think, i learn a lot (skill and knowledge wise) after college. some of the things i learned in college is already outdated and only covers the basic. with time and money, i would like to spend it to take a course in game programming; which is the real reason why i learned IT.
@ethanmama (1746)
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
It's really worth it to have a college degree. I took up Medical Technology in college and then took up Medicine. No regrets. I love being a doctor. Fondest memory? I don't have a particular fondest memory. I remember how hard it is being in Med School and I particularly like the thought that I was able to hurdle it. If you ask me to repeat everything, I probably wouldn't be able to do it again, hence I'm quite amazed that me and my classmates have pulled through.
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@leahmae (105)
• Australia
14 Feb 07
i loved being a student. in fact, i miss going to school these days. :) i think having a college degree will help you a lot. but it doesnt necessarily mean you'll be successful in the future. if i had the money and time, i think i'd go for some vocational courses like dressmaking and the like. i'm through with the academe. :P
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• Brazil
13 Feb 07
I think yes, finishing the college, I want to give medicine. I like helping people. Lately I have studied three hours per day. I love study. My parents support my very. I belive that the study it is very important to be able to think high more and one day to be somebody inthe life.
• Romania
13 Feb 07
I don't really know but I think it's worth it to finish college.
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@im_anna (718)
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
it's good to have finished college, it's like having a car,being able to arrive at your destiny much more faster but it is not a requirement to be successful. there are people who finished college but are complacent and there are people who have not finished college but are hardworking & more focused. It really depends.
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@jayzanne (68)
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
I love the idea of being a student because I always have money even I don't work (thanks to my parents) It's really worth finishing college because it's a lot more easier to look for a job ... but not quite. I know some people didn't finish college but they have good job with good compensation. And if ever I have the chance to be back to school, I would take up Culinary Arts. I love baking (if I have time) and I love to cook (if I'm allowed to do so).
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• Philippines
12 Feb 07
yeah... its really worth it if you finish your studies! actually im a nursing student here in the philippines, i really enjoy what i have taken although this course is not my 1st choice. Before i really wanted to take education., but my aunt told me that there are many opportunities if i would take nursing as my profession., so far i have no regrets about it!!