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EASIEST Bachelor degree!

Hi All;
Im thinking to go back school to get a bachelor degree after being 1 year off from work. Anyone know which university offer easiest bachelor and shortest time to complete with in 3 yrs. And also low cut off mark to accept in because my high school mark is low.

thank you for your advice.
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Avalon wrote:Hi All;
Im thinking to go back school to get a bachelor degree after being 1 year off from work. Anyone know which university offer easiest bachelor and shortest time to complete with in 3 yrs. And also low cut off mark to accept in because my high school mark is low.

thank you for your advice.
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all university bachelor are 4 yr
the best route for you is college.
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trinh wrote:all university bachelor are 4 yr
No, there are some that can be done in three years (example).

As for what's "easiest", it depends on what you like to study. Don't choose a program just because it's supposedly easy...that'll most likely end up being a waste of 3-4 years.
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Rehan wrote:No, there are some that can be done in three years (example).

As for what's "easiest", it depends on what you like to study. Don't choose a program just because it's supposedly easy...that'll most likely end up being a waste of 3-4 years.
.. And like $30000
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be careful if you're picking the 3 year general degree or 4 years honour

for any grad school, you'll need a 4 years honor
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trinh wrote:all university bachelor are 4 yr
the best route for you is college.
I believe lakehead university up in sudbury has 3 yr bachelors.
They are dying out tho... North American academic culture seems to favour the 4 year bachelor more... especially in canada. I think alot of American University still have the 3 year B.A.

some systems call it the "b.a" for 3 yrs, and honours b.a. for 4 years. But this is confusing b/c alot call bachelores with high academic standings "bachelors with honours"
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Avalon wrote:Hi All;
Im thinking to go back school to get a bachelor degree after being 1 year off from work. Anyone know which university offer easiest bachelor and shortest time to complete with in 3 yrs. And also low cut off mark to accept in because my high school mark is low.
There are no shortcuts in life ... I guess you haven't learned that yet.

Easy = Worthless. But I guess any degree is better than nothing :)

But if you want an easy degree, take something like a 3-year BA General Studies.
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Avalon wrote:Hi All;
Im thinking to go back school to get a bachelor degree after being 1 year off from work. Anyone know which university offer easiest bachelor and shortest time to complete with in 3 yrs. And also low cut off mark to accept in because my high school mark is low.

thank you for your advice.
Avalon
Although I am not sure as to the point of simply going after an "easy" degree... a University degree is a University degree and once completed, will still provide the same value and benefit...

3-year Arts degree is probably the easiest and quickest. No lab requirement, can be completed through Distance Education, etc. Maybe you should continue working for a while yet, and then come back to University as a "mature student" in which case they may not be too concerned about your high school marks.
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Avalon wrote:Hi All;
Im thinking to go back school to get a bachelor degree after being 1 year off from work. Anyone know which university offer easiest bachelor and shortest time to complete with in 3 yrs. And also low cut off mark to accept in because my high school mark is low.

thank you for your advice.
Avalon
Admission may have Language Proficiency Requirements, in which case, you might want to work on your grammar/English skills there.
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I think many three year degrees are called general degrees. A lot of schools has BA's that require very low high school marks. Check the one closest to you. Some schools offer some sort of university preparetion classes if your marks aren't good enough, once you to through that you could go into that school.
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coolspot wrote:There are no shortcuts in life ... I guess you haven't learned that yet.

Easy = Worthless.

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The triangle of expectations: cheap, fast, and good. You can choose any two, but can't have the third one. For example: fast and cheap means it won't be good.

Think about it.
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coolspot wrote:There are no shortcuts in life ... I guess you haven't learned that yet.
I'd have to ditto that. Just find a retail sales job.
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Sanhedralite wrote:I'd have to ditto that. Just find a retail sales job.
retail sales jobs arent that bad... If you work @ a fairly big company you can always move up to positions in management and head office where u sit @ a desk all day.
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