Daily Discussion Thread: 05/06/2017

Looks like I'm basically going to fail this entire semester of grad school (3 classes). I just found out I barely passed 1, definitely failed 1, and the last one is up to weather or not I can get enough work in and have the professor be nice enough to count everything that's late.

Prior to this year I had a 3.9 GPA.

My mind just isn't in school at all anymore, I hate every second and wish I would have just started working.

I'll probably end up taking a break from school, and going back after I get settled in with a real job and actually feel useful; because I get zero satisfaction from school work.

This is just my experience, but to you bros thinking of going to more school after undergrad...unless it's completely essential to getting the job you want (I.e, going to law school to be a lawyer), I'd wait until you actually start your career first...because too much school is just unbelievably depressing.

For reference, I have a BA double majoring in CJ and Poly Sci, and went to grad school for an MPA for work in law enforcement. It will be at least 10 years on the job before any advanced degree means anything because that's bare minimum the big promotions will start...I never had to do this to myself this early, and regret it.

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