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#172 - we sort of have something like that I think, we call them &quo…  [+] (2 replies) 09/01/2016 on Best Wingman 0
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#178 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Well what do you want to be? If you dont need college for it then screw that
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#177 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Yeah college costing wouldn't be a problem, except the fact that it bankrupts you. Like how did that inflation happen and why was it allowed? Do the politicians not see they're destroying the future?
#170 - interesting our school system goes elementary 1-5…  [+] (5 replies) 09/01/2016 on Best Wingman 0
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#171 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Ah, then we're not too different on the years, after videregående which would be your college you can take apprenticeship for 2 years and get your official title in that profession(if you didnt choose higher edu classes, which are super boring imo)
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#173 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
should also be noted that after highschool, it starts to cost large sums of money to continue with education.
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#172 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
we sort of have something like that I think, we call them "trade schools" and they are usually taken after 2 years at college i think so yea that sounds pretty similar. Im not too too familiar with it after the college level cuz I only did two semesters of college and failed everything both times and decided to not continue with any higher education.
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#178 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Well what do you want to be? If you dont need college for it then screw that
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#177 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Yeah college costing wouldn't be a problem, except the fact that it bankrupts you. Like how did that inflation happen and why was it allowed? Do the politicians not see they're destroying the future?
#167 - so wait you had multiple recesses?  [+] (8 replies) 09/01/2016 on Best Wingman 0
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#168 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Yes, all the way up to what we call Videregående, it's whats after your highschool thing I believe?
we have
elementary/grunnskole 1-7th grade
Ungdomsskole(youthschool?? dunno lol) 8-10th grade
Then comes Videregående which is where you either choose more common shit to become a desk junkie or high education, or a profession like carpenter, welding, mechanic etc.
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#170 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
interesting

our school system goes
elementary 1-5th
middle 6-8
high 9-12
and then college
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#171 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Ah, then we're not too different on the years, after videregående which would be your college you can take apprenticeship for 2 years and get your official title in that profession(if you didnt choose higher edu classes, which are super boring imo)
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#173 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
should also be noted that after highschool, it starts to cost large sums of money to continue with education.
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#172 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
we sort of have something like that I think, we call them "trade schools" and they are usually taken after 2 years at college i think so yea that sounds pretty similar. Im not too too familiar with it after the college level cuz I only did two semesters of college and failed everything both times and decided to not continue with any higher education.
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#178 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Well what do you want to be? If you dont need college for it then screw that
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#177 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Yeah college costing wouldn't be a problem, except the fact that it bankrupts you. Like how did that inflation happen and why was it allowed? Do the politicians not see they're destroying the future?
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#169 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
And after that we have "highschool" directly translated and universities, they are usually 3 or 5 years long which grant you bachelor and master in whatever field
#164 - im not going to lie i have no clue what you mean by schoolhour  [+] (11 replies) 09/01/2016 on Best Wingman 0
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#165 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Haha, 45 minutes and 15 minute recess (atleast what I recall from memory, I'm soon 26 so it's been a while)
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#167 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
so wait you had multiple recesses?
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#168 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Yes, all the way up to what we call Videregående, it's whats after your highschool thing I believe?
we have
elementary/grunnskole 1-7th grade
Ungdomsskole(youthschool?? dunno lol) 8-10th grade
Then comes Videregående which is where you either choose more common shit to become a desk junkie or high education, or a profession like carpenter, welding, mechanic etc.
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#170 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
interesting

our school system goes
elementary 1-5th
middle 6-8
high 9-12
and then college
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#171 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Ah, then we're not too different on the years, after videregående which would be your college you can take apprenticeship for 2 years and get your official title in that profession(if you didnt choose higher edu classes, which are super boring imo)
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#173 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
should also be noted that after highschool, it starts to cost large sums of money to continue with education.
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#172 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
we sort of have something like that I think, we call them "trade schools" and they are usually taken after 2 years at college i think so yea that sounds pretty similar. Im not too too familiar with it after the college level cuz I only did two semesters of college and failed everything both times and decided to not continue with any higher education.
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#178 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Well what do you want to be? If you dont need college for it then screw that
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#177 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Yeah college costing wouldn't be a problem, except the fact that it bankrupts you. Like how did that inflation happen and why was it allowed? Do the politicians not see they're destroying the future?
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#169 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
And after that we have "highschool" directly translated and universities, they are usually 3 or 5 years long which grant you bachelor and master in whatever field
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#166 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
And it's 7 am here so I just got up, my head is a bit woozy still
#149 - college was a bit different you can chose when your classes ar…  [+] (13 replies) 08/31/2016 on Best Wingman +1
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#163 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Damn, in elementary school we had 10 minutes after each schoolhour, and from 8-10th grade it changed to 15 mins and double school hours, and a halfhour lunch.

I think each schoolhour was like 45 mins, atleast from 2-7th grade, the 1990 bunch were the last to skip first grade
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#164 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
im not going to lie i have no clue what you mean by schoolhour
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#165 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Haha, 45 minutes and 15 minute recess (atleast what I recall from memory, I'm soon 26 so it's been a while)
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#167 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
so wait you had multiple recesses?
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#168 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Yes, all the way up to what we call Videregående, it's whats after your highschool thing I believe?
we have
elementary/grunnskole 1-7th grade
Ungdomsskole(youthschool?? dunno lol) 8-10th grade
Then comes Videregående which is where you either choose more common shit to become a desk junkie or high education, or a profession like carpenter, welding, mechanic etc.
User avatar
#170 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
interesting

our school system goes
elementary 1-5th
middle 6-8
high 9-12
and then college
User avatar
#171 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Ah, then we're not too different on the years, after videregående which would be your college you can take apprenticeship for 2 years and get your official title in that profession(if you didnt choose higher edu classes, which are super boring imo)
User avatar
#173 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
should also be noted that after highschool, it starts to cost large sums of money to continue with education.
User avatar
#172 - the fuzzball (09/01/2016) [-]
we sort of have something like that I think, we call them "trade schools" and they are usually taken after 2 years at college i think so yea that sounds pretty similar. Im not too too familiar with it after the college level cuz I only did two semesters of college and failed everything both times and decided to not continue with any higher education.
User avatar
#178 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Well what do you want to be? If you dont need college for it then screw that
User avatar
#177 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
Yeah college costing wouldn't be a problem, except the fact that it bankrupts you. Like how did that inflation happen and why was it allowed? Do the politicians not see they're destroying the future?
User avatar
#169 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
And after that we have "highschool" directly translated and universities, they are usually 3 or 5 years long which grant you bachelor and master in whatever field
User avatar
#166 - redknull (09/01/2016) [-]
And it's 7 am here so I just got up, my head is a bit woozy still
#42 - now thats interesting, I only had one officer stationed at the…  [+] (1 reply) 08/31/2016 on Best Wingman +1
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#46 - batmanuel (08/31/2016) [-]
We only had one permanent officer in my highschool, but others showed up from time to time for assemblies, events and career fairs. I think they were mostly there to remind the students going into the real world that police were people too. My middle school required that the cops use the buddy-system, though.
#38 - yea if they weren't told they could leave they prolly just ass…  [+] (3 replies) 08/31/2016 on Best Wingman +1
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#41 - batmanuel (08/31/2016) [-]
We had police stationed at ever level of our schooling. What I though was funny was that my middle school had twice as many cops as my highschool, but a third of the population.
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#42 - the fuzzball (08/31/2016) [-]
now thats interesting, I only had one officer stationed at the highschool. no other level had one.
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#46 - batmanuel (08/31/2016) [-]
We only had one permanent officer in my highschool, but others showed up from time to time for assemblies, events and career fairs. I think they were mostly there to remind the students going into the real world that police were people too. My middle school required that the cops use the buddy-system, though.
#33 - that sounds so much nicer than what I had. in all 3 schools we…  [+] (5 replies) 08/31/2016 on Best Wingman +1
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#36 - batmanuel (08/31/2016) [-]
It's always the little differences that make places seem foreign. Funnily enough, there were about a dozen American students at my higschool, none of them ever mentioned not being allowed to leave the grounds, though it would explain why they all ate the cafeteria food in the cafeteria every single day. I just thought it was because they were more comfortable talking to each other.
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#38 - the fuzzball (08/31/2016) [-]
yea if they weren't told they could leave they prolly just assumed they couldn't. Did you have police stationed at your highschool?
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#41 - batmanuel (08/31/2016) [-]
We had police stationed at ever level of our schooling. What I though was funny was that my middle school had twice as many cops as my highschool, but a third of the population.
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#42 - the fuzzball (08/31/2016) [-]
now thats interesting, I only had one officer stationed at the highschool. no other level had one.
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#46 - batmanuel (08/31/2016) [-]
We only had one permanent officer in my highschool, but others showed up from time to time for assemblies, events and career fairs. I think they were mostly there to remind the students going into the real world that police were people too. My middle school required that the cops use the buddy-system, though.