Back to College :-)

April 17, 2011 12:45pm CST
Hey friends, I completed my graduation in the year 2009. Then I was working for an year or so in an IT concern. I got fedup of the work and quit my job. Now I got back to college to do my post graduation. The first day at college was really awasome. I could see the old days coming back. I even wrote ' I'm a student agsin ' on the 1st page of my notebook. I really enjoyed this moment. Had you people, ever had such an experience?
5 responses
@dorannmwin (36392)
• United States
21 Apr 11
That is exciting that you have had the opportunity to go back to school. As for me, I went to college just after I graduated from high school and those were some of the best years of my life. However, I didn't have the opportunity to finish because we didn't have money to pay for my senior year. I've not been in college for almost 10 years now, but I do like to think that I will be able to finish my degree after my son starts school next year.
@shibham (16977)
• India
18 Apr 11
I left college on 1999 then did post graduate course and now a professor. When i am giving a lecture to my students then feelings come to my mind and it wants to be a student again. I actually miss my college days. Have a nice day.
@Hatley (163781)
• Garden Grove, California
18 Apr 11
hi rock me in I went back to college at 36 to get an AA in English and then finally at age 54 I went to the U of Cal Irvine to get finally my BA in English and loved all two years of this experience among the much younger students. I had a lot of much younger friends and did really well.I was so full of joy that I graduated with a B plus average.With It training it looks like you will advance in y our chosen field.
@la_chique (1498)
17 Apr 11
For me education is more of a necessity rather than something I get happy about. I studied long-distance from home for my bachlors degree and got a really good grade after studying hard and working 6 days a week for 3 years. I probably will do more qualifications in the future, but it will me more of a 'because I need to' feeling rather than 'because I want to'. Good luck with your post-grad!
@cgrant (270)
• Spanish Town, Jamaica
18 Apr 11
oh yes school is indeed fun but after awhile you are gonna get stressed and turned off from the idea of school. its the same with work if it is a job that is very monotonous you are gonna get tired of it as well. so either way you are gonna face it. it is nice to know that you like school. since you like the classroom that much, you could become a lecturer.