Yeah -- I don't like that the thread is visible to forum viewers before the poll options are submitted by the poster either. This forum feature should be corrected.rdowns said:Um, I have enuf skooling to know that when you call something a poll, there should be a place to vote.
Edit: OK, poll showed up now.
Good luck at Mines! Chemical Engineering, IIRC?AvSRoCkCO1067 said:College Student at Colorado School of Mines (a.k.a. Hell-On-Earth)
8th graders are usually about 13 when they start the year.j26 said:Not to be nosey, but what sort of age does that represent. I've seen posts here where people talk about being in 8th or 10th grade, but that's meaningless to me.
In the US, the system is usually kindergarten followed by twelve grades...then it's off to college/uni. Everything you'd ever went to know (and more) about the US educational system: Wikipedia (insert usual Wikipedia disclaimers here).j26 said:So how many grades are there? About 12 or 13?
That's where you get advanced degrees beyond the bachelor's degree...master's degrees, PhDs, etc. Professional degree programs like med school and law school are generally not classified as "grad school" in the US.raggedjimmi said:What on earth is grad school? anyways...