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  • This semester was rough and I don't want it to mess up my chances of getting into a college in California. I really want to go to UCLA, USC, UC Berkeley or Pepperdine and I heard they only look at your overall GPA, and some don't look at Freshman year. I also heard they look at all 4 years but they look for improvement. I'm really scared because I don't want to get into a "bad" college. So about Middle School (seems like a blur) but I was on the A/B honor roll every single quarter. I was used to having a lunch, study hall, and the only elective i had was Choir. Now in high school I'm taking 3 electives, Choir, French, and Culinary Arts/Computers. I have no lunch, no study hall, and I'm taking my first honors class this year. Along with that, I also do extracurricular activities after school such as newspaper, community service, french club, and this fccla thing that will help me with fashion. Apparently my GPA is a 4.1, but I don't know how I got that. So, here are my grades for this semester: English B+ Choir A French A- Health B Algebra C Global Issues Honors B+ Biology: C Culinary: A While a lot of people have a lunch and study hall I don't, and it's a huge jump from last year, also we had two language arts classes in middle school and now this year I'm just going straight through the day all 8 periods. My last choice for college would be a California State University but I want to aim higher than a "75%" acceptance rate
  • In California Public High Schools, a student is generally not allowed to have a full day schedule that does not include lunch. It kind of doesn't make sense as the only classes that admissions at highly selective universities will seriously consider are English, Algebra, Biology and French. It is not clear if Global Issues is a UC A-G course or is on UC's list of certified Honors courses. UC's consider grades earned in A-G classes and for purposes of establishing UC eligibility, UC only considers grades from A-G classes taken in 10th and 11th grade. For selection purposes, the more competitive UC campuses will look at full uncapped A-G Gpa from the entire high school record. http://admission.universityofcalifornia....http://www.calstate.edu/sas/publications...An Honors course must be certified by UC to receive a weighting of the grade for UC A-G Gpa purposes. https://doorways.ucop.edu/list/app/home;...Harvard's advice on high school course selection: http://www.admissions.college.harvard.edu/apply/preparing/index.html If the grade in Algebra reflects the level of knowledge in the class, that must be brought up to at least B level and preferably A. A weak foundation in Algebra will carry through to every other Math class in high school and college and also to Science, Engineering, Economics, Finance etc classes Algebra 1 and 2 and Geometry are tested on the Sat Math section. The Act Math section also tests Trigonometry. The Psat tests Algebra 1 and Geometry. Essentially, you are involved in too many classes and are not devoting enough time to the most important academic classes. As far as extracurricular activities, admissions likes to see deep participation and leadership in a very limited number of activities throughout high school. Good Luck!
  • this will not be the main universal answer, yet i think of you may desire to take it sluggish without work of school and according to threat artwork. this might supply help to handle your priorities--case in point, are you extremely joyful with your get entry to-point interest, or do you notice your self losing interest interior the destiny? in case you think of you will finally end up being bored, you will pick to return to college ultimately to open up greater occupation opportunities. It looks such as you're merely no longer waiting and committed to being at school, so it is in all probability no longer the wonderful place for you authentic now. Taking day without work of school might have the further bonus (reckoning on how long you're out) of clearing your GPA. At my college, after 3 years of non-enrollment, your transcript is wiped sparkling and you will restart. A GPA of a million.sixty 5 would be incredibly annoying to shake off on your coming years at school. This looks like my older brother's difficulty as properly, rather. He entered college as we communicate following extreme college, did horribly, dropped out and worked for 3 years, and now's back at school (now that he's rather waiting) and is getting A's. reliable success, however you finally end up figuring out!
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  • You need to contact your local HS and ask them directly. Every school system has it's own rules. Call the Registrar at the high school.
  • 1. In which region of the United States is California located? (1 point) Midwest West Southwest Southeast 2. Which of the following describes a reason why the population of the Sunbelt increased after World War II? (1 point) Many businesses came to take advantage of the warm climate, natural resources, and lower wages. Many businesses came to take advantage of the warm climate, natural resources, and higher wages. Many businesses came to take advantage of the cool climate, renewable resources, and lower wages. Many businesses came to take advantage of the cool climate, natural resources, and higher wages. 3. Where have most immigrants to the United States come from since the late 1900s? (1 point) Europe or Latin America Europe or Africa Asia or Latin America Asia or Africa 4. Which statement describes a republic? (1 point) People elect representatives to make laws and run the government. People elect a president to make laws and run the government. The president appoints representatives to make laws and run the government. Each individual has the opportunity to vote on every decision the government makes. 5. Which statement is true about the system that is used to elect the president of the United States? (1 point) The presidential candidate who gets a majority of the votes wins the election. For most states, the presidential candidate who gets a majority of the votes in a state gets all of that state’s electoral votes. The two presidential candidates who get a majority of the votes are accepted to the Electoral College. Citizens in each city vote for electors to decide who will become president. 6. An Wang is famous for what achievement? (1 point) founding one of the first businesses that developed calculators designing the Vietnam Memorial coining the term "Sunbelt" becoming the first Asian-American United States senator 7. Which of the following is a famous person who became a naturalized United States citizen? (1 point) Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O’Connor writer Esmeralda Santiago Secretary of State Madeleine Albright New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani 8. Why did Sandra Day O’Connor have difficulty finding a job when she graduated from law school? (1 point) She was shy. She had trouble speaking English. She got bad grades. She was a woman. Your teacher will grade your responses to questions 9–10 to ensure you receive proper credit for your answers. Cause and Effect 9. Describe some effects of the growing diversity of immigrants that have come to the United States since the late 1900s. (1 point) Compare Population Density Maps 10. What is population density? What does a population density map show? (1 point)
  • 1. Any good map of the US will show California on the lower left (west) coast. 2. "Sunbelt" = warm climate, so eliminate the two cool answers. leaving higher or lower wages. then go with lower. ... 6. Heard of Wang Laboratories? If not, look here http://www.ask.com/wiki/Wang_Laboratorie...8. Sandra Day met her husband at Stanford, and after marrying John O'Connor, apparently slipped back into a more conventional life for a woman. The story has often been told that the only job she could find after getting her law degree was as a legal secretary – if she could type. That was not an uncommon experience for women of her day trying to break into a man's profession. http://www.jofreeman.com/reviews/o_conne...I'm not going to answer them all, no one will. I might suggest you are the one getting the grade, so perhaps YOU might want to read the book assigned and ferret out the answers yourself.
  • Me & My Long Distance Boyfriend Are Ready To Meet For The First Time, Since We Both Live In Small Boring Places We'v Decided To Meet Somewhere Else. So Here's What We Need To Do & What I'd Like Your Help With. Both Us Have To Pick 5 Cities We Think Could Work & List 3 Reasons Why We Feel That Way & Then We'll Pick From The Cities We Listed. We'v Also Decided That NY (Where I Live) AZ (Where He Lives) & FL (We Both Dislike The State) & NV (He Was Born There) Are All States That Are Out. Any Where Else In The US Is Game...So Start Listing :) About Us: I'm 19 & Like Animals, Science & Music. He's 18 & Likes Science, Sports (Winter & Water) Amusement Parks, Music & Movies Ect. (I Hate Movies & Am Scared Of Amusement Parks!) We'll Both Be A Year Older & We'd Like To Meet In The Summer. *Note: I Feel Safe & Know He Is Who He Says He Is, I'v Even Talked To Someone At His Place Of Worship, So I Don't Have Worries There, Though Thanks For Watching Out For Me*
  • Kira: First Off I Am 19, An Adult By Law So What My Family Thinks Doesn't Matter But Yes, Everyone Knows Of My Boyfriend & We'v Been Online Friends For Years, He Even Checks Out Where He Went To School & He Has Only Speeding Tickets As Far As The Law Goes. So Both Me & My Family Trust Him. I Wouldn't Be Willing To Meet Him If He Didn't Check Out...Worse Thing About Him Is His Credit Sucks...lol
  • San Francisco, California! Boring for residents, but exciting for tourists!!! If you like animals, you can visit the San Francisco Zoo! They have some active tigers there. If you like science, there are plenty of museums there and the new Academy of Science will be completed this year. If you like sports, there are plenty of parks around the city. If you like winter sports, there is an ice skating rink (which has not been fixed after parts of it were broken down a year ago). If you like music and movies, there are two Apple Stores in the city and several movie theaters. Also, San Francisco has the cleanest tap water in the nation. You can drink straight from the faucet.
  • I would ave to go with Silver Dollar City in the State of Missouri cause thier is aot of things you to can do together thier and you will both have alot n comment so for enjoyible time and some good laughs this i my pick
  • Everything about this post screams BAD IDEA to me. Do your parents know what is going on? Talk to them and get their input before anyone elses.
  • As soon as I get some of my bills cleared away I want to go to college. Right now ..only because I dont know exactly what I want to major in I just want to take the basics. like math, science, english, etc. I would like to know how much it would cost for all those classes that you'll have to take anyway. When I was in school they didnt let me take science or a foreign language. So those are to that I really want even if I dont need them. I am horribly bad at math but I would like to learn more. Do you have any idea on how much it may cost so I can start saving. thanks!
  • As with all community colleges in California, the cost is about $20 per credit. So a typical 4-unit class is $80. Then there's the cost of books. But the cost of living is pretty darn cheap in Lemoore, especially if you are in the NAS barracks. Think about what you want to do with your degree. Do you want to transfer to a 4-year college like a UC or Cal State? Or do you want some kind of vocational degree like LVN or rad tech? The classes you are supposed to choose depend on your overall plan. The college has counselors who will give you the best advice for which courses to take based on your previous work in high school and what you want to do with your education. Start out easy with math and English. They will likely have you take a placement class to figure out your skill level. Not everyone is ready for calculus right away.
  • There is someone in California that has the same full name and birth date as myself. My name is NOT common; I think I was used as a reference there by a family member with bad credit. I want to know about this fake "ME" without spending a bunch of money at one of those "personal info for sale" places. I want to know if I am wanted by the police, have an outstanding debt I am unaware of, that type of thing. I found this impostor just goofing around with a search engine, and my mood has been apprehensive ever since.
  • You can try spock.com. You can get some information for free, and if you want more you can pay.
  • look at california or ancient rome..what has happened to them will happen to the usa..it would be nice to give everyone a job,free food free houseing free medical but when you do that and you allow so many illegal people to work here and send there earnings back to there country it only makes things worse,,the usa has a horrible credit score and it will only get worse,,as the houseing busted so will the usa economy
  • Huge trade deficit? No way. There is a trade deficit but not a huge one like in my main country (Greece). Yes it would be bad because you want your country to be self sufficient for a start. Also, in theory, you should think about aggregate demand which is widely affected by the widening of the trade deficit. The bigger the deficit, the smaller the demand for your country's goods and this can't be right, right?! And then if your aggregate demand is low, your Gross Domestic Porduct will be low as well at some point. Well thats my point of view. I am not an adult yet and I am not an economist but from all the high level economics courses I have read so far, this was the conclusion I have drawn for the trade deficit.
  • It depends. The trade deficit will have to end eventually , but whether it will do so with major economic effects is less clear: http://www.economic-policy.org/article1....Others seem to agree: http://www.voxeu.org/index.php?q=node/58...And note this Krugman column from 2007: http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/09...and this post: http://web.mit.edu/krugman/www/dollar.html
  • I´m applying in California, Riverside County. I have already passed the CritiCall exam I´m now waiting for the interview date. Now regarding the background investigation. Can anyone in the field, dispatcher or HR give me some insight to what may get you the ¨Thank for applying but...¨ letter? I myself have bad credit but have tried to pay a couple of debts off I have never been arrested last ticket was 3 years ago, drug use; marijuana not in the last 4 years.
  • Generally just felonies.
  • It relies upon on what's greater valuable for you. i'm a dispatcher and a matron so i'm getting the two facets of the interest. I take care of the inmates as properly as do the dispatching for 911. Dispatching would be very annoying at cases and in case you dont do properly below rigidity then the dispatching positon isn't for you. you apart from mght must be waiting to maintain your voice calm particularly circumstances even once you're no longer, by way of fact in case you dont which will basically verify circumstances worse. you apart from mght must be waiting to multi-job in that place....as an occasion once you have a motor vehicle twist of fate and you have 8 diverse 911 lines going off on the comparable time you nevertheless ought to tell the officers of what they have and the place it truly is as properly as getting different help that would properly be mandatory for that subject, as an occasion an ambulance or rescue. A corrections officer is diverse. you ought to be waiting to stand your floor whilst coming in touch with the inmates and you ought to be waiting to placed up with numerous crap which would be reported and executed to you. in case you desire something that is going to be diverse universal, go with the dispatcher....in case you desire something that doesnt substitute plenty...do the corrections officer interest.
  • Hello, I live in California, and I was supposed to live on campus of my university, however, they accepted too many students and since it's my second year, they basically paid me to live off campus. I found a place with a couple of friends, however we all need to find our own cosigner, and I dont know what to do because my mom and dad both have bad credit and I have no one else. Is there a bank that can help me? I will of course pay for my rent, I am definitely not backing out of that, and I can't because my financial aid is helping me, so there won't be no worries. But does anyone know if there can be anything done? I'm just a 19 year old student with no help!
  • @kemperk if only it was that easy, we found the most simplest place to live in, one nearest to campus. I've searched everywhere, they require a cosigner everywhere you look. You say it's not fair to the cosigner, but I don't think it's fair that a 19 year old student with broke parents living under governmental aid has to struggle like this.
  • Since the school is forcing you to live off campus, and paying you to do so, I'd explain your situation to them and suggest they be your co-signer. Makes sense to me.
  • do not seek a co-signer; it is not fair for the other party seek a less fancy place to live; even a studio--i lived in one 4 decades ago cramped but inexpensive
  • Having your money in a community bank would be one way to accomplish this. At the very least, perhaps one ought to avoid the worst offenders. Pretty much all the big banks (maybe with the exception of CITI Group) that received a bailout, depend the most on unregulated derivatives. I recall hearing on C-SPAN that some 43% of their profits are from unregulated derivatives.
  • In Northern California we have a GO LOCAL movement. Step One, move your financial transactions to your local Credit Union. Only requirement is to be a resident of the county. Buy as much as possible from local sources, avoid big box shopping and pay off your credit cards.
  • The banking gadget replace into working in basic terms high-quality till the Republicans insisted on deregulating it. Senator Phil Gramm (R-Texas) submitted a regulation that even made it impossible for regulators to look on the books of the Wall highway companies they have been meant to be regulating. Why could you do this till you truthfully wanted money to be stolen? the money all have been given blown on volatile stupid "investments"--crap shoots truthfully, and now, because of the fact we nevertheless go with Capitalism, we the taxpayers would desire to make up for the losses that the unregulated Wall highway investors incurred. that's an astoundingly extreme subject. it fairly is totally a threat that a million) capitalism would desire to no longer proceed to exist and 2) that the US would desire to no longer proceed to exist; it may would desire to repudiate the debt, devalue the greenback, and so on. Thank the US very ultimate courtroom for this, it stole the presidency for the incompetent Mr. Bush interior the 2000 election with their determination in Bush v. Gore.
  • Well, I think you are right. However, this gets harder all the time. While Commercial Banks generally have little or no such direct risk (thanks to 75 years of bank regulations), they do have such risk in other ways. Investment banks, which are not regulated, do carry these risks. Additionally, commercial banks lend to investment banks. So "assets" such as loans to investment banks are actually our savings and checking accounts tied up in these risky derivatives second or even third hand. Or we could just regulate the derivatives market. I mean we went from 1934 to 1980 without a major financial crisis and since deregulation of capital markets have had THREE.
  • I agree wholeheartedly! I have recently started taking my money out of my huge, multi-state conglomerate bank and started putting it into an account with a county-wide credit union. I think the US desperately needs to re-regulate the financial industry, and if they don't do it really, really quick, we ARE all doomed! If they're too big to fail, they're too big!
  • Absolutely and you could not have said it better. They are once again messing with peoples money to no end because no regulations have been put forth. This has gotten ridiculous and its sad to say that the current administration isn't doing much to stop it.
  • Derivates didnt collapse our economy. A massive housing bubble and collapse did. It was deregulation through socialism. Ask the people who predicted it. Their names are Ron Paul and Peter Schiff. Whoever gave you your information didnt predict ****.
  • If you could find out what your bank invested in at all. But that would be highly doubtful.
  • It's your right to do whatever you want with your money. I see no duty.
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  • I bought my car from Downtown Toyota in Oakland. My salesperson was Robbie. He was sooooo great. I got a super deal. I went there because two of my friends bought their car from him. I had checked out 3 other dealerships before and he got me a much better deal then they had offered me. I was in and out of the dealership quickly also. I got a 2007 Highlander. I soooooo love my car.
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  • We live in California, and we're trying to get our first apartment together. We're expecting a baby, due next month. Rent for a 1 bedroom apartment around here is 650+ (650 if you're lucky) My fiance is currently the only one who is working making 10.50/hr, 40 hours/week. I plan to start working come the new year, and do college courses online meanwhile. Neither of us have established credit yet. Do you think we could survive on our own?
  • Do you have a choice? If you manage to stay together then you have the usual "lean years" ahead of you where you live paycheck to paycheck and eat a lot of Top Ramen Noodles.... but then again: You have your youth, your health and your child does not need expensive toys to be happy. California is expensive but at least one of you has a job above the minimum wage and has full time hours. I have seen a lot worse... where both parents are in their late teens, living off welfare checks and food stamps and can't find even get a minimum wage job because they have no transportation or got in trouble with the law and are passed over by every hiring manager, etc. etc. Good Luck.... We all started with a whole lot of dreams and little in the bank. If you are true to each other and stick to your goals.. you will succeed.
  • Try to get an apartment at about one third of the monthly net income. Get married and this will give you a tax advantage with the baby, keep track of all your education expenses which can also be helpful at tax time. Work out a solid budget and realize that the baby will cost you a lot more than you can imagine. Don't buy new baby furniture or furnishing for your home. Thrift stores can be a great source for all kinds of things including baby and maternity clothes. Save your money now and get into a thrifty frame of mind. Live simply and frugally. Be willing to give up eating out, car payments, cable TV, new anything and keep on saving your money. Check out http://daveramsey.com for advice on staying debt free and managing your money. The best to you!
  • Not a chance, not with a baby. That obligation was entirely premature. If both you & fiance worked full time, you could just about afford a small 1 BR apt, utilities, getting to work, groceries & household expenses. You could not even afford medical insurance except at the very best companies. You certainly should not have started new - and very expensive - obligations. Since you mention taking courses online, you don't even have an education yet. With huge obligations, pitiful income, no credit, it is highly unlikely any landlord will rent to you at this time. Earnings must be at least 3 times rent, and if you spend more than one week's income on rent, you are in serious financial trouble. BTW, median cost to provide essentials (JUST essentials!) for one child exceeds $200 per week, about $12,000 per year.
  • My intense college physics instructor informed me that the extra cases you roll and the longer the wreck takes that the extra possibly you're to no longer get injury, something approximately lessening the effect. yet congrats on making it and all!
  • NO. You pay rent, renter's insurance, utilities, laundry, food, clothes, medical and dental, baby's needs and you have spent close to 1500 a month. How will you pay for formula, transportation, personal care and so on.
  • We are going to USA (California and Las Vegas) in a few weeks and can't decide on a travel card for our money. Can anyone tell me what the best one is?? I am looking at either the ANZ Visa Travel Card or the MasterCard Cash Passport. I have looked at reviews and it seems like they all have bad reviews and we do not have credit cards to use.
  • You get a visa card that has no international fees from your bank
  • I suggest you to browse through the travel help source http://www.tripadvisor.comMeet the experts from the discussion board there and they can lead you through right path. Hope it helps :)
  • I finaced a car through Auto West Honda in Roseville California on 1/20/07 they told me as long as I was being truthful nothing should change I was 100% honest I told them I had bad credit from the start they ran my credit and seen what I had on the report I put $2,000.00 down on a 1997 Honda Accord. I drove away with the car and now on the 1/31/07 they call and tell me if I dont have a co signer that I have to return the car I was a little upset but was going to return the car today because I was working yesterday well I started to read my contract and it states they only have 10 days not bussiness days 10 regular days to contact me if I need to return the car they did not tell me until the 11th day I think that they are violating there own contract and I am afraid they are going to repo my car when Iam sleeping I called them 6 times yesterday and nobody returned my call and still have not today. Should I just return the car or should I call a lawyer? Any advice I could use it thanks!
  • In all honesty, it looks like you are in the clear. But if you feel you should find some legal advice for free, do so! But your best bet would be to actually call up the car dealership and tell them about the deal through the contract and they can't take the car back on the 11th day. If worse comes to worse, then bring them to court if need be. Good luck!
  • YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT, The car dealer, should never of permitted you to leave the lot with the car if financing is not approved. Make certain that you sign NOTHING ELSE. You are being scammed, read you contract again. Does it say that you bought a car? Does it say that there is any interest? Does it say that there are payments due at a particular time? Does it say that there is a rental fee? You do need to contact a Lawyer, who will read the contract and let you know what applies in your case. The car dealer is legally not entitled to take your car if you are making payments at the correct time. This is an act of theft.
  • well if it says in the contract that they have 10 days then there out of luck the car is yours as long as your making payments on it on time they cant do anything there the ones at fault it sounds like they should have seen that you didn't have a co-signer from the start if you didn't have one make sure to keep receipts of your car payments that way if they do repo it then they cant win in court also keep your contract so if in court then the judge will see that they had ten days to tell you if you feel you need a lawyer then theres nothing holding you back from getting one you can try to find one with legal advice for free just so you know what side of the track your on and if they charge dont let it be alot make sure its reasonable
  • They did a spot-delivery on you, giving you the car, having you sign finance agreements, and allowing themselves 10 days to get the loan approved. Since they can not get the loan approved, then they have to honor the contract and terms if you want to keep the car. If you do not want the car, then you can return it and give them the keys once they give you your down payment back. More than likely, you paid too much for this car, and if they could not get you approved with $2000 cash down, then it would be hard to get approved anywhere else, so really think on whether you want to keep this car or not. If you do decide to keep it, let the dealer know that you have a valid contract, and if they do threaten to reposess, then contact a lawyer, BBB, and the police if necessary.
  • What would ever possess you to buy any car with high mailes like that? Wow, you are buying someone else's junk I do believe. :( As for the returning of the vehicle...get yourself a lawyer. if you were approved to drive it off of the lot, there is no reason why you can not keep the car now. If they made a mistake, so be it, the lawyer will handle that one for you. But, even though you need a car...you need to rethink about buying another with miles that high. 15,000 per year is the allowance per vehicle. I wouldn't be buying anything with miles much over that. If you are planning to drop another motor in the car you buy, that's one thing, but don't expect to get far in a car that you have financed.
  • I would contact an attorney just in case. There should ba a free consultation, and sometimes you may get good advice from a paralegal (sometimes the secretary). I would hope you gave the proper answers on the contract and took good care of the vehicle. For $2000. down, you'd expect your money back if you returned the car in good condition, if not take them to small claims court. good luck
  • Im planning to move out of state from California to Kansas, So will my felony record follow me? What about my credit score? Can anyone help me on this question Im very curious cuz i got 2 felonys and its hard to get any help here like section8 and a job too! I also got bad credit and cant apply for **** with out giving a big deposit.
  • All of that follows you unless you move out of country.
  • I live in california, im 20 yrs old, I took a merchandise credit at my work place, intentionally i guess, for $70. I was caught days after and said i was guilty. Wrote a statement and talked to the police. I wasn't arrested. I was suspended from work and weeks later i got a letter from court saying i have a petty theft charge (misdemeanor) and burglary (felony) charges. My court date is jan. 25. this is my first time offense, ive never done anything like this so idk whats gonna happen. or if im gonna go to jail.. should i get a lawyer even tho i pleading guilty? will i just get fined or do community service? what should i do to be prepared? i know i did wrong and i feel really bad for doing it. it was a big mistake.. any advice? thanks. *ps: if ur gonna call me a thief and sit there and judge me, "make sure ur finger is clean before pointing at me".. dont need ur negative comments
  • Okay, yes, you are a thief, and yes, my finger is clean. However, that doesn't have anything to do with the issue. Don't ask important legal question on YA. Even if you intend to plead Guilty (that is a very good idea, by the way), you need an attorney. With an attorney, you be assured that you get the best possible "deal." You will probably be able to plead Guilty to the Theft and get the Burglary dropped, but that won't happen without the help of an attorney, not some nitwit on YA Law Enforcement. As a fits offender, you may even be eligible for some type a pre-Trial disposition that will let you get your record expunged some day, but again, you need a lawyer who knows his/her way around the California criminal Court system. Even a public defender will do a good job for you. get a lawyer. (then, don't steal stuff again!)
  • I live in the state of California and had a question regarding a job I applied for. After inquiring about the job I found out that my application was no longer being considered. This has not happen to me before, and even though I am not upset, I did inquire with the HR person who told me my application was no longer being considered, and asked her why it was not being considered anymore. It has been over a week, and I think that I am being ignored. Mainly because she has returned all of my e-mails very quickly accept for this one. I heard a long time ago that by law an employer must tell the applicant the reason why they are no longer being considered. Does anyone know if this is true or not, and if so can you please direct me to a legitimate website where I can see an explanation of this law. I don’t like how this company has blown-off its applicants and want to peruse this further.
  • No, a potential employer does not have to give you any reason for no longer considering your application; most just state that is because a better qualified candidate existed. Reasons why you could have been eliminated could vary greatly; typical ones where another candidate has not been selected are if you have any criminal history or bad or less than stellar credit, especially if your potential job responsibilites would have included you handling cash transactions. Others are if they check your references and you have lied about anything or if you sign a release for full disclosure (which most smart potential employers will do) and your previous employers were not happy with your prior performance as past behavior is a good indication of possible future behavior. A good move on your part would be to consider the above, if you are in any of the above categories strongly consider where you apply for future employment act. Larger companies are more diligent in their research than smaller, family owned companies.
  • i could choose for the e-mail determination. Theres no reason you're able to no longer be waiting to place all the subject concerns you furnish for the scale of the mail in to an digital mail that should snatch the attention of a skill emplyer. optimum employers does not situation to make the attempt to seem at a disc.....it basically takes too plenty time for them. want you discover a job without delay!
  • Ok so this is not my first car i had a beautiful 1997 chevy lumina took me everywhere i got it from a guy for $1000 had it up and down California but whatever (doesn't work anymore) Ive never bought a car from a dealer im trying to buy a used car from a dealership ive been looking at a chevy cobalt or a honda civic i can put $2500-$3000 down i can make payments of $300-$350 i have bad credit can i afford a $10,000 car? If i can, how does financing work
  • I suggest you look for a car from a private dealer that is around $3,000. That way you can build up your credit and get a good interest rate on a new car when that car needs to be replaced.
  • We have met once. We known each other for about 8months. I live in PA and she lives in California. I don't have a job, bad credit so renting a place is out of the question. I don't have a car. And will be about a year before I get caught up in life. That's if I find a job but a major company went out of business in my area and 552 people were laid off. I don't want to be selfish and have her wait. She has one year of High School left, she failed a year, shes 18. Im 21. I would really want to see how it would work out. But I got nothing. Would it be better for me to tell her to move on and find someone?
  • Yes, Move On. Tell her that right now isn't a good time for you to make any promises you may in the future not be able to keep. It sounds as if your really wanting to put her first and right now your priorities need to focus on you. Let her know you need to get a car, a job, and settled and don't want to hold her back in anything that might be ahead in her future. If she decides to wait for you then that will be her choice but seeming this is a long distance relationship, you both should see other people and take it slow..
  • Relationships aren't about jobs and money, they're about emotions. Just because you don't have certain things doesn't mean you shouldn't be with someone. The fact it'll be a long distance relationship is a better reason to end it than your financial problems.
  • Well, does she have a place you could stay at if so move to her. She will love it. And as soon as you get there kiss her and say bye i gotta find a job, it will prove to her that you are in it for her.
  • I think it would be tough with living over 3000 miles apart but if u really like her than stick with it and see how it goes. Best of luck mate please answer http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
  • If this is your first offense you can take traffic school so the points wont show up. I've gone through background check. I don't think your driving record will hurt your chance working in a casino. What will hurt your chances is if you have bad credit. In a casino setting you'll be handling money, and if you have bad credit they will assume you be to be not trust worthy. Pay the fine with traffic school. I did my traffic school online with gototrafficschool.com and used a discount code: X2K-7CF-4F5 to save 2bucks off their 20buck course. For the final exam search for traffic school answers 2012 and you'll find the review questions and answers.  Best of luck!
  • im lossing my 2 houses my credit is ruined i have to file bk and i dont have the moral support of nobody not even my bf he even gives me more problems and makes me feel worst i don't like feeling like this, and i'm very concerned of getting post partum depression (baby blues) when the baby comes, i had it with my first kid and lasted 5 years is the worst feeling i wanted to kill my self and my kid, i'm very scared, i have a 3yr old and when i was pregnant of him i was scared too fortunately nothing happened, but this time its just too much i can't handle it anymore, please help.
  • Please call your local referral - in California, it's by dialing 211 - you deserve to be heard, and to have an experienced listener help you and your children. Because you are having financial difficulty - there are programs where you can get help with your utilities, and there are people who listen - who give a special rate for people who are having financial challenges. Know that we care about you, and are proud of you for asking for help - you deserve peace and happy memories with your children. Have a healthy and happy leap year!
  • The good thing is that you know what the problem is:ppd/bb. The other good thing is that you know you need help. There is a lot of professional help for this. I suggest you sell one of your houses and use the money to hire a child-help person. My other suggestion is you get rid of the bf. By "get rid" I don't mean kill the guy. Always remember, if you can endure your suffering now, and bring up your babies well, all these problems you have now, will be blessings in the future when your babies are adults you will be proud of.
  • God willing, everything will be all right with you. Don't be so depressed sweetheart, don't waste all your energy thinking about it. Take a fresh breath and have some rest. Then think about the options you have and what you can do. NEVER mess or misbehave with people around you when you are down, or any other time. You never know when you might need their help. Hold onto whoever you have the most faith in right now. Hope it will help you. May God protect you..
  • is there anyway you could go to a therepist or psychiatrist? you can msg me on yahoo msngr. Renegades.Funk ill be on for a while.
  • I am currently a student at a california state university. and am thinking of moving to another school. ASU (Arizona State) seems pretty interesting. Im here to ask how's it like living and going to school in Arizona tell me all the good stuff and bad.I'm also wondering if they accept credits from a California University
  • Check with your own current counselor, but I think you need to check mainly with the ASU admissions office for transfer eligibility.
  • Talk with ASU admissions.
  • Hey everyone this is a continuation of the dad put his hands on my mom's neck story. I want to clarify some stuff about what was answered and ask a question. Clarify: Okay so my mom wants to divorce my dad, he's trying to push her out, but she doesn't want to leave, because it's her house too and she deserves half and I agree with her. She has no money to divorce, she doesn't have a job job (and after two knee surgeries and a bad back, she can't really do a good job, other than what she's doing) so she doesn't have any credit to get her another place to live. That's why she's staying. It's not that she wants to stay with him, but she doesn't want to leave empty handed, she doesn't want to let him have everything, and tell people "Hey I didn't make her leave." So what can she do? (And she is not teaching me a 21-year-old to stay in an abusive situation by staying herself, because I know not to stay, she had her reasons for staying.)
  • Assuming this were California (though its probably available in every state): 1. Your mom should hire a lawyer. 2. The lawyer should file for divorce, seek possession of the marital home, and seek temporary and permanent alimony plus attorneys fees and costs. Likely the lawyer will get that. 3. Your mom shouldn't have to leave. 4. If your dad committed battery against your mom, he could be arrested; and your mom can probably sue him for money damages for the battery. 5. She shouldn't have to leave. If she's unemployed and its a long term marriage, and she's been a SAHM most of the time, its likely he'll have to keep her in the lifestyle she's accustomed to. There you have it.
  • hmmm...sorry I missed the "dad put his hands on my moms neck" story...sounds interesting'' a link might have helped.
  • Have you ever heard of 'Additional Details'?
  • marriage counseling is less expensive than divorce...
  • My sister has done something really bad at Nordstroms in California and now they wont let her go to nordstroms for 2 years! We are in Houston right now and i was wondering if she can go to Nordstroms at the Gallaria mall here. will they catch her or anything? oh and I came here with my sister only to visit family.
  • If she goes, she should go with family who keep both eyes on her. Don't go to dressing rooms to try anything on, and try to stay out of restrooms. If she wants to buy something, have a family member do it for her, not using her credit card.
  • Im prettty sure she can go in Houston, its not like they took a picture of her and posted it on every nordstrom in America. If they do stop her make sure you have your parents with you. And tell her to behave before you leave. goooodluck:]]]]]
  • I think so, just have an excuse ready and just get in and out as fast as you can.
  • she probably couldn't cause they probably put in the computer that she can't go there. Mine:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
  • high, i once have a master of computer science and engineering degree and work for a company called proclarity, and also i work for some time in a non-for profit org,but i am tired of hard work being biz analysts, architect, and my mental health because of 9/11 i want to regain another degree in the US or maybe canada, i have several question to ask 1.if any school offer sholarship to the international student 2.is there any flexible schedule courses offering univ in the us that the program can be recorded online as webcast for review online if i am ill for sometime 3.can i suspend and go home and go back to school if my health status get very bad 4.is it possible that i can graduate fast by studying more credit in it is regulated in per semester 5.we do not use our textbook as textbook,but as dictionary,refer to JIT in most of the cases, our goal in univ is not knowledge but something else more valueble,but we have to use the textbook as textbook in school,exception
  • 1,) You will have more luck with financial aid at a well-endowed private school than at a public school. 2.) Many schools have online as well as live courses. The University of Maryland has extensive online programs as well as being a prestigious public university. 3.) Generally, if you are otherwise in good standing, you can take a "leave of absence" for health reasons. 4.) If you have good grades (generally a B average) you can take a "course overload." The minimum load is 12 units (4 classes), the average load is 15 units (5 classes) and a heavy load is 18 units (6 classes). If you want to take more than 18 units, you must get permission. If you have good grades, you will get permission.. However, at some, but not all, schools you have to pay extra tuition for all units over 18. My husband's undergraduate college (the University of California at Riverside) allowed him to take as many credits as he wanted each quarter and he was able to graduate in three years. Also, units you have already earned may be counted toward your second bachelor's degree, so you might be able to finish more quickly for that reason. 5. Your question about the textbook was a little confusing. In my experience, in Liberal Arts classes, you were expected to be familiar with the material in the textbook as preparation for class, but the tests reflected the teacher's lectures. This is not always the case though. My husband had a stats class and he asked the teacher if there was going to be anything on the final that wasn't covered in the book. The teacher said no. My husband walked out of the class and didn't go back until the final -- which he aced. It all depends on the professor.
  • how do you really determin who you want to hire? is it based on how you feel that day, how you perceive that person when you meet them? What if a person has a "poor" credit score, do you disqualify them? Am I right when I feel that you try to intimidate the candidates into disqualifying themsleves, by over stressing the facts of drug use or traffic tickets. i think that you can not really find out if a person is lying to you if you can not find any dirt on them, even if they had it. Am I right to feel that you use the polygraph to intimidate candidates into telling on themselves and it is just a tactict to intimidate them. After all that is what the police officer job is.. intimidate others into doing what you want them to do with in the means of the law. I just dont understand how a person is selected based on their past. what if a person was a kid and made mistakes but has hid stuff together better than most. dissqualify him for use of lsd or shroom or meth from 7 years ago?
  • generally, it's not one specific thing that disqualifies an applicant, it's a compilation of things. Obviously, a felony arrest is an immediate disqualification (at least in California), but everything else in a background investigation is looked at by the hiring authority and as a package is decided upon. For instance, a bad credit rating/score by itself is probably not grounds for DQ, but that in conjunction with drug use in the last couple of years, or a DUI arrest, etc. would maybe be a reason to DQ. Departments want to get an "overall picture" of the candidate.....that's why so many areas of their background are looked into.
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