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Is it ever impossible to go to 4 yr college if you don't do well at a 2yr college

  1. Nov 27, 2009 #1
    How badly might a student have to perform at a 2 year college to not be accepted into any 4 year college anywhere? And can it be undone so that you can transfer depending on the reason why?
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  3. Nov 27, 2009 #2
    Depends on the state, I guess. In Maryland, some public universities state if you have a 2.0 and an AA degree from a Maryland community college, you get automatic admission.

    On the other hand, if you're failing at community college, perhaps you need to reevaluate your life. Perhaps you were just meant to do jobs that don't require a degree. Plenty of people make good money doing sales and other such things with no degree.
  4. Nov 27, 2009 #3
    so did your god, or your view of evolution mean for the people under the category of 'you' to work in sales?
    Working in sales is evil; money is the root of all evil , i.e- it would be better to be a nomad than to work for corporate greed.
    The monetary system could be replaced by technology today as it stands, i.e.- all jobs that require human labor could be done by machines and we have the technology to create the machines right this very minute.

    When you get down to it, no one on earth ever has an excuse to give in to the evils of corporate greed , no human being has an excuse to help corporations become stronger than they already are. They have done enough damage to the rain forests and to the world as it is.
  5. Nov 27, 2009 #4
    I work in sales, I don't consider myself evil, and I really resent you insulting me like that.
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