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  • My top 3 colleges are, in no specific order: University of Kansas Iowa State University Northern Illinois University (most local choice) I want to go away to school but there's always that thought in the back of your head telling you not to. Don't get me wrong I want to go away. I'm planning on going into Physical Therapy and all of these schools have programs that could eventually get me to graduate school for my PhD. Kansas is the furthest away, then Iowa, then NIU is the closest. I'm leaning towards Kansas but the other 2 are definitely not out of the picture. P.S. I'm not letting any family or friends influence my decision, I just need a third party opinion. Many thanks in advance.
  • I agree with Mary and her suggestion that you keep your costs for your Bachelors as low as possible. PTs make decent money but paying off school loans gets extremely old very fast. I respectfully disagree with her in one way - there is not point in getting an AS. As soon as you have completed as many courses as the CC offers that apply to your Bachelors, transfer over to the 4-year. Also I suggest strongly that you take pre-requisite courses only at the 4-year. The PT program may have a very skeptical attitude toward CC coursework that applies directly to your major and your qualifications for PT school.
  • My answer is probably not what you want to hear. Save your money and go to the cheapest undergrad you can go with scholarships, and aid. I highly recommend going to community college and get a AS in liberal arts science and take all of your pre reqs. Go to a local state school and get any BS (psy or business are fine). For PT school, you will need a gpa of approximately a 3.5. www.apta.org I am a PT
  • University of Kansas
  • Visit each campus. Which do you like better? Meet at least who your advisor would be at each, which do you like better? Which can you afford? College costs are astronomical and your decision should be heavily slanted towards affordability, specially if you plan to go to post graduate school. Is paying out of state tuition justified? Where you go to under graduate school will be less important career wise than where you go to post graduate school. Under graduate school is mostly about growing up, less about academics. Under graduate school is where you will meet the people who will be your friends for the rest of your life.
  • Congress kept changing things until 12/20. The IRS is recoding their programs as fast as they can. Some tax returns will be delayed until mid-February. The delays will affect the economics of the "rapid refunds" since these were actually loans.
  • Mt daughter lives in DuPage County Illinois.Her husband filed and had her served with divorce papers Jan.8,2009.They go to court May 8,2009.She has no money and can't get an attorney to work for her.They have 2 boys which he is'nt fighting for but he wants the house which she is in and is not paying on.He has his own business and all assets are hidden.Where can she get an atty to help her get her fair share.If she goes alone she'll get screwed by him as she already has.He does'nt give her money for anything.The family is doing their best for her but the more he finds out the family is helping her the worse he gets.At this point she just wants it over with.Where can she get help..Thankyou
  • In the state of Illinois they have a agency called "Land of Lincoln" call them they are in the phone book they book up fast and may tell you they aren't accepting any new cases. Do not give up! they take new cases the first business 3 days of each month. They are usually free and the attorneys are pretty good. But they do take there time. When your daughter goes to court have her ask for an extension to seek legal council. As far as the home if she wants it she must be prepared to start making the payments on it. If she can not afford the mortgage they will award it to him or have it sold. the same will go for any auto loans. etc etc. With the hidden assets the courts will take care of getting the information on that. Child Support is where he will throw a big fit in the state of Illinois she is entitled to 25 to 27 % of his gross income with 2 kids. And they will demand tax records for the past 3 years in order to set his payment amount.
  • She needs to file a response - herself, if she cannot get an attorney to do it (I paid one $100 to help me file it). If she does not file a response, he can pretty much do whatever he wants with their property. She can file a letter with the response that says he has assets he is not claiming. Has she actually called the family court to ask? In CA they have a department in the courthouse that will help you with the forms for free, if you are low income (probably not the best, but better than nothing). They also have mediators, who do not charge. They may have something similar, there. Call them. If she can get welfare, then the court will go after him for child support, and will collect it from him.
  • i don't understand for particular if the guidelines are a similar there, yet i've got self belief they're. confident, he can. If there is not any custody decree in place with the courts he has as plenty suited to her as you do. earlier you go away you are able to prefer to have a decide sign papers offering you with sole custody. regardless of this decree while you're long gone the different parent might have greater rights than a grandparent, until you are able to set up the absent parent isn't worth. the suited element so you might do is seek for suggestion from a criminal professional.
  • Legal Aid!
  • she could possibly get into contact with department of social services in her area..i know where im from they have a place called "legal aid" for people with low income and they help those people out by representing them..
  • He asked for a divorce right after the holidays..that's not nice. Anyway, the lawyers will take a percentage of whatever she will get from him so you don't have to pay them right away. So, I guess she needs to start looking for a lawyer.
  • try the younger attorney's.fresh out of school they're usually hungry to make a name for themselves and willing to work out payments.i wish her the best of luck.
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  • institution' GPA of 3.305. I'm assuming that I have to only take into account the 3.250 one, right? I graduated with two Bachelors, one in English, one in Philosophy, and also with an Art History Minor. I studied in Edinburgh University for a Semester. A number of professors have told me that they were happy to have me as a student in their class, some said that I was one of their best students, on professor at the end of the class asked me to come in front of the whole class, shook my hand, and said that it was an honor to have me as a student, another one wrote me a recomendation where she said that she'd count me at the top 8% of all the students she has taught. Right now I will go to China for a year and will be teaching oral English at a College there. After this I plan to do Peace Corps, for which I have a lot of documents done alrady, such as my fingerprints, references, etc., and am talking to my recruiter about what my plans are before I do Peace Corps. I also plan to do a Master's in Peace Corps. After this (unless something changes, of course), I want to work for the government for a year to pay off my current student loans. So, with all of this in mind, what kind of a chance do I have to get into a good graduate school? I know that I can get my Masters through Peace Corps. But I was thinking of doing another Masters after this. I worked as a tutor in the Writing Center for a year of my University, helping students from Freshman to Doctorate level with their papers. With two Bachelors, a Minor, a Masters, the China experience, Peace Corps, Edinburgh University experience, do I have a chance of getting into a school like Oxford, or Princeton, or Columbia, or Yale? Considering my GPA. I've done a number of volunteering things in different places, such as the Women's Center and with adult ESL learners. Thanks.
  • First of all Congratulations! I would just recommend that you do the masters international program with the Peace Corps. And after you finish with that why not pursue a doctorate. I don't want to criticize but you seem like you just want to be a professional student. Which i can understand, but you seem to be looking too far into the future. The peace corps experience is said to be life changing. Don't move too fast which ever other college you apply to will want to review your GPA from which ever school you are currently attending. GPAs are kinda funny they pretty much die and your degree is all that's important. Think about how many people have asked you for your high school GPA after you attended college.
  • I live in Illinois. Small town. I know this is an illusion of grandeur but I've always wanted to live in Florida. Ever since I was a kid. I just graduated from college, I'm single, I have no kids and the only responsibility I have is a car payment and student loans. I have a degree in Accounting and about two years of experience. Jobs are terrible in my home town, they are terrible in any city that's near me and I just need to get out of here. I'm planning on setting up a series of interviews in one week and handing out resumes over one week in May or June and see what offers I get. But I want to hear from someone who lives there if there are any negatives? Cost seems to be a big factor for a lot of people but what else? Am I having an illusion that the grass is greener on the other side?
  • She's right ^^. All of us here suck. Buddy, it sounds like you've got nothing to lose by trying. Be ready to travel fast if you get a hit with your resume...and check things out while you're here. Good luck.
  • Well, the grass may be greener, but our bills are probably higher! Unemployment is bad here, it gets really hot in the summer (well into the 100's). Crime is higher (as it is in all southern states), and it's hard to find decent housing at an affordable price. If you choose to one day get married and start a family, Florida has some of the worst schools in the country and it's the abduction capital in America.
  • Take it from a guy who's been in your shoes...Florida has a lot more to offer than Illinios...ok...maybe not a LOT, but you'll love it...now since you mention job market...I've no idea. That's why I joined the USAF and I can go all over and travel...but bottom line....yes, definitely travel, see the world, don't stay in your little hometown...I've been on so many expensive road trips to every corner of the country and I don't regret one. But the weather's a lot different from the Midwest...
  • no! the people there SUCK!
  • Some states, such as Illinois, have programs administered by their public health departments which provide money for nursing education. In Illinois it is a "loan" which must be repaid if the student does not work as a nurse in Illinois following graduation -- but it can be any nursing job in any part of the state. For each year the recipient works as a nurse in the state, a year of the loan is forgiven, so it is possible in Illinois for a nursing student to go through school at no cost and never need to pay any of it back. (The only wrinkle is that the loan forgiveness amount IS considered income subject to taxation -- just like any other loan forgiveness is income.) Oh -- and people who take the loan, don't work in Illinois as nurses, and don't pay it back are hauled into court by the Attorney General, and when they lose they have to pay back the value of the loan plus interest and (sometimes depending on the judge) attorney fees. Default can also result in the loss of the license to practice nursing. See if Georgia has a similar program!
  • Ask about W.I.A at your local unemployment office, if your income is low enough it covers books tuition even gas and food
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