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    Major Decision

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    Choosing a major to start college can be a daunting task. By letting the parents of the students or anybody else dictate what a student’s major should be is not a good idea. It's good to get advice from as many people as possible, but when push comes to shove, it is the students life, not theirs. Choosing a college for the major of choice can also factor into choosing a major. Earning a degree that's going to have value in the job market, it's important to make sure that the college or university

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    Choosing a Major

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    a student must consider when choosing a major. Most of the time student chooses a major that they think that allows them to earn the most money, and forgetting about the factor that they are able to pass the class or not. Most of the students are focused only on the money, no matter what kind of major it is. The student now a day’s does not take the time to figure out what is it that they would like to do in their career. Most students are taking up a major in business administration, which has more

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    Choosing a Major

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    Choosing a Major Some people already know by the age of seven that they want to become a pilot or nurse; others, however, have more difficulties deciding what to do with their future. People who decided to go to a university or college have to make an important choice: what major are they going into? For many people this is a very difficult question. As the statistics show, one out of five students change their major between admission and the first day of classes. Nearly three out of four students

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    College Major Reflection

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    Reflection of ‘The Economic Guide to Picking a College Major’ Like every article, there were a few words that I couldn’t understand or comprehend. A few were Skepticism, fraught, Actuarial, correlation, and lucrative. Correlation means having a mutual connection between two or more things. The author used it in a manner of comparing a major of how popular and lucrative it is. Lucrative means to produce a great deal of profit. I came to the assumption of why the author put this in the text because

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    Deciding on a major seems like a very tedious task and it always feel like your friends already got their future planned out. Even if you do decide on your major, it is not guaranteed that you will stick with it, because your interest might change. Deciding on your major earlier on can get you prepared to go into that field by taking similar classes or even looking more into it. Deciding on a major is an important process and it involves 3 different steps: your interest and hobbies, your probable

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    Choosing a Major: Accounting at ULM

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    The One That Does It All When choosing a major there are many options to choose from and many variables that can affect your decision. When looking at ULM's list of majors the first one alphabetically would be accounting. Everyone knows that is not a way to predetermine a major, but it is a coincidence that accounting is a very sound major. Accounting is for anyone with a business mind who likes to be around figures mainly dealing with money. Accounting can be fastidious at times, but with hard

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    College majors are one of, if not the most important aspect of college. Starting at young ages, students are pressured to think about their future and the possible career paths they will take, leaving little room for them to relish in their childhood. In high school, they are told the AP classes they take and the clubs they join should be reflective of the major they will have in college. This pressure ends up being a source of stress for many incoming college students who have no idea what they

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    school students or people in general seem to pick majors that make a lot of money but really deep inside they aren’t interested in that type of major/career. Usually the result of that is either people drop out, fail, or they just end up changing majors because there heart is in that career type. when choosing a major some people just don’t make the right choices. Picking a major is not as easy as some think. Some people are

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    choose a correct major is a big problem for a lot of college students. Some of them believe that some choices can make them a lot of money because those majors are very popular all over the world. Others college students think that they should choose the major for love because they want to study the knowledge for happy. In my opinion, I think college students should choose a major for love because the love can help college students to study better and lives well. I believe the major which one is college

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    Drum Major Essay

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    Drum Major (Not That) Rough Draft When someone asks me what marching band means to me, it’s very difficult to come up with a simple answer that everyone can understand. Marching band means belonging to something bigger and more worthwhile than just a “team”; It means having a stake in something that is a treasured part of both our school and our community. Even if it means going to bed feeling every muscle in my body ache and knowing I may wake up feeling worse, I always look forward to doing it

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