College Is a Waste of Time

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“A university is just a group of buildings gathered around a library.” - Shelby Foote Going to college IS indeed a waste of time…. and furthermore, your money. College, as defined by oxford is an educational institution or establishment providing higher education or specialized professional or vocational training. Time, as defined by the Merriam Webster dictionary is the measured or measurable period during which an action, process, or condition exists or continues. Waste, as defined by oxford is to Use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose. On October 28th, 1955, William Henry Gates (known as Bill) was born in Seattle Washington to William H. Gates Sr. and Mary Maxwell Gates. Gates grew up to be a fine young man, but after reading a book, he dropped out of his junior year at Harvard where he and a friend formed “ Micro Soft” later changed to Microsoft to write a software for the Altair. Sitting in a classroom, listening to a professor go on and on in his lectures all times of the day, just to know you are wasting your time. For this controversy, meticulous research has been done. And we will aid you to further see why going to college IS a waste of time... and furthermore, YOUR money. Financial Aids, Student Loans, Personal expenses, how much money will you really make in your lifetime? Would you rather spend 4 years paying $8,000+ every semester or less than a 1/16th of the cost for 8 months online? Do you need a 4-year degree to say you are successful? How do you know if college is right for you? Is failing the course worth all the time put in? What really are the benefits of college? Is college really what it claims its worth? Millions of students in the United States of America alone have spent billions and billions of dollars on college tuition fees every year. But, is college really
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