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Both college graduates

Sad, but true
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#10 - antistar (03/16/2013) [+] (4 replies)
User avatar #54 - niklamacz (03/16/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Actually my mom still helps me with moth and I'm in a first year of college right now
#69 to #54 - lindow (03/16/2013) [-]
#37 - deezknuts (03/16/2013) [-]
OP's Thought Process:

>this picture is sad but true
>better make sure everyone else gets the joke too
#14 - Thevaultboy (03/16/2013) [+] (6 replies)
#39 - Harjyot (03/16/2013) [+] (3 replies)

That caption made the content much more funnier.
User avatar #13 - katinka (03/16/2013) [-]
Implying people who are capable of temporarily memorizing and repeating information are intelligent. Most college graduates have more ambition than anything least from what I have observed.
User avatar #32 - mrgoodlove (03/16/2013) [-]
Have you seen that freakin show "are you smarter than a 5th grader"?! I don't remember learning any of that **** !!
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#42 - Bad Man (03/16/2013) [+] (4 replies)
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I'm a freshman in college, just graduated over a year ago, and most of what I learned in Calculus I don't even remember now.

Honestly, I've always wondered what was the point in teaching us math skills that we can't use practically, or even remember for the most part.
User avatar #59 to #42 - dengekisushi (03/16/2013) [-]
Apparently math classes are more for teaching you about problem-solving and increasing your ability to do so. It's more of a brian exercise class than anything productive, unless you're going into **** like engineering.
User avatar #50 - llamasandwhich (03/16/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Both my parents were stoners, and I was a strait A student.
User avatar #71 to #55 - zorororonoa (03/16/2013) [-]
classic excuse for when someone ***** up in a comment
User avatar #108 - plainarcane **User deleted account** (03/16/2013) [-]
People don't remember **** they learned 30 years ago unless they still use it, and nobody still uses everything they learned in school. Grade school is just to give you a platform off of which you can build a real education in college.
User avatar #99 - Trrave (03/16/2013) [-]
In the case of my parents, I would like to see how well you remember things you learned but never used thirty or forty years on down the road.
User avatar #78 - nustix (03/16/2013) [+] (23 replies)
I have a question for the americans:
Is it true you just need money to get into college?
Because to me that seems ******** .

I live in the Netherlands and here our Highschools are divided into different levels of education. If you are smart you go to a higher level if you're not so smart you go to lower levels. The things you learn are based on how smart you are.
And only if you belong to the highest level basicly the top 20% you are allowed to go to a university.
User avatar #34 - Schadenfreude (03/16/2013) [-]
My father is an engineer, and he always said that the problem wasn't that he didn't know the answer - he could always check my answers in a second - he couldn't remember the steps so I could show my work.

Now that I'm in college I understand completely. I can solve complex integrals for electrodynamics, but It all starts from formulas that I no longer remember the simple proofs for...
User avatar #18 - pocketstooheavy (03/16/2013) [+] (11 replies)
Is College a big thing in the states?

College is lower than University in Canada.
User avatar #60 to #18 - dengekisushi (03/16/2013) [-]
Technically, college is lower than university in the States, but everybody calls any education post-high school "college."
"College" is also a term used for a sub-division of a university, or, basically, your field of study. Like "College of [such and such]"

Typically, "college" refers to community colleges to get a diploma in general education, and universities are the four-year, more concentrated education facilities in the States.
#117 - anonymous (03/21/2013) [-]
my father has a masters in spanish (what the hell for i dont know); i swear i will fail EVERY CLASS except spanish three...
User avatar #26 - KayRed (03/16/2013) [-]
My dad is a chemical engineer, so I never got to experiences this phenomenon fully. In fact, when it comes to math, I'd probably have to be a post grad to get to the point where he won't be able to help me.
User avatar #22 - infinitereaper (03/16/2013) [-]
Honestly be thankful your parents went to college and are probably middle middle class citizens.
#17 - treekillenyj (03/16/2013) [-]
I think that college is meant for more of a way to condition a person to get use to working. I mean it is a lot of memorizing facts, some are useful, some aren't. After 10 years of ******* working in an industry though I doubt you'll remember certain things that you learned in college. My opinion is that you learn way more from doing the actual job for a year than going to school for it for four years. After all you can read 1000 books on how to swim, that doesn't mean you can ******* swim.
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