Also about college and grades+45According to you, is it normal that the teenage crisis lasts up to twenties especially for a boy. My son,a college student doesn't obey or respect his parents any more, is coming home late in the night and breaks all the home rules, Last week, he decided to wear old denim hot shorts all the time ,He is lazing out and often skips his classes , Naturally, his grades are appalling. What, a responsible parent who pays totally for his tuition,can do. Is it advisable before urging him to leave home ,to use as a last resort some forms of corporal punishments like spanking or strapping to help him to amend, amirite?
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Also about college and grades+129I might be completely off on this but, why do you have to get good grades in college? Shouldn't you just have to get your degree? Its not like your future employer is going to check your grades, amirite?
Also about college+319In a way, Taylor Swift's songs are unique, but the one thing that you can't do is relate yourself to them because they are so specific. Example: You were in college working part time waiting tables. What if you've never been to college or worked a day in your life? amirite?
Also about college, earn, and grades+374You study so you can ace a test, so you can get good grades, so you can pass the class, so you can graduate, so you can go to college, so you can get a degree, so you can get a good job, so you can earn a lot of money, so you can buy lots of stuff, so you can retire, so you can stare at your stuff till you die. amirite?
Also about college and earn+66Being a college student is like having a job, except you are paying your boss to do work. Regardless, we're still making an investment that can potentially earn that money back, amirite?
Also about college and grades-123It's better to go to a 2 year college then transfer. You could get some credits, and you don't have to worry about ACT/SAT/grades. You don't need to worry about grades until you're in community college. So much stress is lifted. amirite?
Also about college and grades+17College students: You'd rather chose a few classes and do really well in them/ thoroughly understand the material even if it means taking a bit longer to get your degree than take a lot of classes if you know your grades/understanding of the material would suffer for it but would get you a degree earlier, amirite?