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If they start immediately after high school, and go for four years, they would be about 21 or 22.
i see , thanks
i asked this question because i have a lot of friends from USA
and they are in high school and they have 21 years old .
and i am 21 and i finished the college .
any way thank jcd.
Some people move at a faster pace than others.
My sister is 24 and she is graduating this year from college. She went to junior college for 2 years then onto a University for 4 years. Medical and Justice/Law students go to college for 8-10 years after high school.
As I take it, many countries (not the US) consider college their 2nd or 3rd step through their education. In America, we go through 4 steps. 5-6 years of Elementary, 2-3 years of secondary, 4 years of high school, and then however many years your course requires in college.
here in Egypt we have the same steps and the same years for
every step but in college all majors just 4 years
except for the Medical College.
and about the law major ooohhh my god 8 - 10 years.
thanks about this note Rebellionaire25.
You’re very welcome.
because college is not like high school in that it is “voluntary” and costs money, people can go at any age. it takes most people about 4-5 years to get a bachelors degree, so if they go right out of high school than they can get out between 21 and 23. non-traditional students are generally returning students, which means they are older. going back for a masters or a phd could add another 1-4 years onto a bachelors. it also depends on how many credits a student takes each semester or quarter. most take between 12-15, which is considered full-time. many of my friends are taking between 17-23 credits per semester which is too difficult for me. i am a non-traditional full time student at a state university and would answer any questions you have about college.
Mimo, anywhere from 19 to 30…and have seen some much older people go back and graduate…
Some kids want to go to college their whole life..They change majors several times and basically live off mom and dad…that usually the rich kids..The poor kids get their degrees early.
I’m graduating this semester with a BS, and I just turned 20. It depends on the person.
im 18 and in college, it’s my first year and i messed up a little by only getting 18 credits for the year, full time students get 30. I’ll catch up next year and graduate at 22 and then go for a master’s and hopefully graduate at 24. Its never too late to go, I have 40 year olds in my classes.
Hi , i am in the uk and am at a 6th form college (I’m 16) I’ll finish this at 18.
I am moving to the states (Texas) after my exams.
So is college like your first degree then?
Please help as very confused.
i am 33 and still doing the same thing from 17
i already graduated once
but still onnnnnnn
From the uk and Im thinking about being co au pair in america and studying whilst out there i’ll be 24 is that too old to be studying out there? What ages are the majority of people who study out there?
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