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If you seriously need to ask that question here, you probably can't pass the
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If you have to ask, you shouldn't.

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for some reason, i cannot reply directly to nita. Nita, if you are still out
there, you could probably 'google' that question and get a ton of answers. My
advice to you (being I went to college at age 42 and have a son ready to go
in a year) is you should go to college because high school was just a
stepping stone. Learning never ends. If the reason you are asking is because
you are tired of all the work, just realize that you will be a more rounded
person when you are done. You will never regret going, you will regret not
going. good luck

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If you seriously need to ask that question here, you probably can't pass the
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That post is over two months old. And since it was posted in this newsgroup,
I seriously doubt that person would do very well anyway.

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for some reason, i cannot reply directly to nita. Nita, if you are still
out
there, you could probably 'google' that question and get a ton of answers.
My
advice to you (being I went to college at age 42 and have a son ready to
go
in a year) is you should go to college because high school was just a
stepping stone. Learning never ends. If the reason you are asking is
because
you are tired of all the work, just realize that you will be a more
rounded
person when you are done. You will never regret going, you will regret not
going. good luck

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

If you seriously need to ask that question here, you probably can't pass
the
entrance examinations.







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