Would You be willing to study for degree at 94?

By Nic
@academic2 (7005)
August 4, 2007 3:50am CST
This must have beaten the history records fo all times, Phyllis Turner who quit school at 12, retuned later with a bang, earning her Masters Degree in Medical Science this weekly at Adelaide University! Would you be willing to study for a degree at 94?
2 responses
@williamjisir (22887)
• China
6 Aug 07
Honestly, I don't think that I will. Besides, who knows how I will be like when I am that old. I have no idea how long I will be living on the earth. If I were still active in my mind and if I were able to live that long, then I would try my best.
@Lucille7 (509)
• South Africa
4 Aug 07
I believe that somewhere somehow in Phyllis Turner's life she realised that getting a degree was something that she must do... I take my hat off to this woman for her achievement and certainly if I had the drive that this was important to me then I would gladly go for it... What a wonderful lesson for all us, that it is never too late and one can never be too old to obtain and achieve the goals that we have in our lives. This is just wonderful... I really am impressed and gives me hope for the future...