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Psychology majors are a dime a dozen. Go to any college and they make up the bulk of the student body. Interesting subject, little to no math, perfect for the typical person who has no idea what to do with their life! So you can imagine what the field is like. Unless you're dead set … Read more

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You should always give precedence to trying to get an education, especially when and if you have an opportunity to do so. You don't want to miss out on that. Also, do you think it would be easy for you to commit to buckling down to the rigors and discipline of being a student after … Read more

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How about both? Travel and volunteer in the summer. That is what my sister. One summer she was in the Dominican Republic with Habitat for Humanity International building houses. Another summer she was in I think Costa Rica helping farmers. (Her degree is Agronomy, a cross between agriculture and economy.) Another summer she was with … Read more

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Non-traditional (older) students are not unusual but you do have to remember that if you wait a few years to enter college you'll be competing for financial aid and other things with the newest high school grads.  You'll be an older freshman among younger ones.  Some avenues of financial aid are more easily avaikable to … Read more