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Old 02-11-2006, 06:31 PM   #91
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^heh that'd be cool...although i hope they either get back in studio or tour to places they don't usually tour like asia, eastern europe, etc. Or they could just play in Atlanta every night for the rest of their lives, I wouldn't mind that either

john: so maybe you could do something in business or finance...

we have six classes a day, 5 of which are the required math, science, lit/comp, social studies/history, and foreign language in freshman year. by the time i'm in my senior year i'll have completed all my requirements to graduate in math, science, and foreign language...but it's really reccomended to take well above the requirements for graduation, and to take some form of these classes all 4 years (you get more choices as to which kind of math, science, etc as you get older). so basically you have one free period every year for a random class (or 2 if they are semester long) to suit your interests and everything. but a lot of people won't take foreign language as a senior to make room for something else, etc..
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john: so maybe you could do something in business or finance...

we have six classes a day, 5 of which are the required math, science, lit/comp, social studies/history, and foreign language in freshman year. by the time i'm in my senior year i'll have completed all my requirements to graduate in math, science, and foreign language...but it's really reccomended to take well above the requirements for graduation, and to take some form of these classes all 4 years (you get more choices as to which kind of math, science, etc as you get older). so basically you have one free period every year for a random class (or 2 if they are semester long) to suit your interests and everything. but a lot of people won't take foreign language as a senior to make room for something else, etc..
We have to take all the subjects for the 2 year leaving cert course

And the only subject we get to pick in the Junior cycle is French or Spanish the rest are forced


But I only do one business subject which could make it hard
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do you guys have counselors or career advisors or anyone you could talk to at your school about what you want to do, course schedule, and stuff? that could be helpful...
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^ Ye we have one, I have only been to her once, it was to pick my subjects for the leaving cert course, I have to go to her again towards the end of the year

We done this test in first year, and the results were hidden but she trold me my Math score was brilliant

And a test we done in third year, but me in the top 30% (I think) of the country in everything in the test, and I got in the top 1% in one thing and unlike the others who got it in my year, I didn't cheat
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that's great

i'm pretty much the same way as you...my friends (including my asian friends) call me an asian.

i would just talk to her, it seems like with all the required classes, no one could expect you take a bunch of business classes too...you've got college to specialize anyway, right?
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I sometimes wonder if this is a DESCRIBE thread or a DISCUSS IN DETAIL one.

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^^ Well I could have taken business subjects, but I had no idea I would excell so much in accounting. And I love History so much I could never drop it, and Physics is a cool class

The choices we got sucked, well not really, but I wasn't prepared to pick and I went for what I thought I liked best and feel like keeping it that way
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^yeah so many fun classes, right? haha...i wouldn't worry too much...i don't know what it's like over there, but i'd imagine high school/secondary school is a good place to take a variety of interesting classes, then you can specialize more in college.

are your universities more general, or is there a certain business one that you need to get into?

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I sometimes wonder if this is a DESCRIBE thread or a DISCUSS IN DETAIL one.

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yeah i'm sort of a if you didn't pick up on that (i'm not a loser....just a nerd alright! )

so I tend to write essays pretty much on whatever topic we're on.

I'm like that at school too..we read Animal Farm for the 4920832nd time and on the test we had a simple essay question..but i accidentally went into an in depth analysis of the causes and effects of the russian revolution
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My girlfriend is online

The last words out of my mouth "Yes, yes, oh God yes"
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alright then have fun talking to her
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I will, but I will still be here

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okay

zootles if you'd like to get on another topic...how bout why you need to buy slane right away
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