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helgaK
Answer:I went back to school at 45 and finished at 50 so I know how you feel. My best advice is join in on club activities, its a great way to make connectionsl...
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janesansible
Answer:You can have a strict schedule or a lax one but just make sure that you dedicate 2-3 hours per credit hour. Have 12 credits in total? Then you need...
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angie805
Answer:Think about the courses you want to study, and take your time deciding on a major. Many schools put a lot of pressure on students to declare a major...
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victoria45424
Answer:Focus on Jesus, and all postive things in life Keep going on..
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victoria45424
Answer:I feel they are. This is the only way to remain working and completeing your education
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ItsAMissTori
Answer:I feel unprepared academically, but I have support. I'm ready on emotional levels, though! :)
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helgaK
Answer:Absolutely! Fill in the federal financial aid forms for tap, pell etc.
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