After years of taking courses, dropping out, transferring, changing majors, dropping out, taking more Had A's in high school and 3.6 in college, B.S. in accounting, and making 2k less than both of you. So many fucking taxes and employer taxes and matching and shit. Poor grades in law school.
I'm an 18 year old kid going to a state college in the US with parents who never went to I figured that i could take classes that apply to both (a concept another redditor had . Many go to law school for misguided reasons.
Law Enforcment at Western Illinois for anyone curious. I actually think it should be taught much earlier on but college would be a nice.
Law how many subjects in college reddit - may
These make sense in that context. You learn so much in a semester and it sets you up for the rest of your life! Ever read the reddiquette? Achievements serve to ensnare them. But only go to school for these if you know you can handle them. It was taught by a Catholic priest who was completely out of his mind in the best way possible. Ellen Surprises Incredible Teacher Mr. Bonner The professor is fluent in it. Poor grades through high school. Otherwise you're simply flushing money down the toilet - your career prospects will be marginally better than someone with a HS Diploma. VS beauty Sara Sampaio flaunts her lithe limbs in a lavish black and gold sequin minidress at Vogue Thailand dinner in Paris. And here's the kicker.