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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by folaji, Sep 5, 2005.

  1. folaji

    folaji Peasant

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    What if a person drops-out from school, after his/her all years he/she had in attending school by obtaining a good grade? or allegedly accused him/her of
    false certificate used in processing Admission. What do you think he/ she can do? is it to lose the certificate or to start afresh?
     
  2. Gilgamesh

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    Are you stating that you might drop out of school because someone has accused you of falsifying a "certificate" for admissions? Are we talking high school or a University? Or, are they not going to provide you with your diploma/certificate because they say that you falsified admission records?

    Is this in the U.S. or in a different country?
     
  3. OsIriS

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    It sounds like several different scenarios to me. One, a person is considering dropping out of school despite many years of obtaining good grades? Two, a person is being accused of falsifying a diploma in order to be admitted into a university? I could be wrong, because the syntax of the questions are lacking, but that's the best I could gleen from them.

    In the first scenario, you have a highly intelligent person who decides grade school is not for them. While there are cases of people dropping out of school and achieving great things, the vast majority of people who drop out of school greatly regret it (sad but true, all three of my siblings didn't finish school the conventional way and all three regretted it deeply). In the first scenario, it's called suck it up, call it in and finish. School isn't as bad as real life, so enjoy the inanity of it while you still can, because believe me, you want to avoid this as much as possible.

    In scanrio two, you should have no problem proving that a certificate is real by contacting the school from which you obtained said certificate. If it is forged, well, then, yes, you lose your "certificate" and start from scratch.

    If I'm totally wrong in figuring out what you are asking, feel free to ignore this post.
     
  4. Gilgamesh

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    Hmmm... same goes for me. All three of my siblings didn't finish high school and it effected their lives for years to come. They all finally went back, got their GED's, and proceeded with thier lives, but it took an extra 5-10 years for them to get on track.

    I agree on another point... Stay in school! It's a whole lot better than joining the workforce if you are unprepared and lack a HS diploma (an nowadays a College degree). It would be great to be a professional student.

    I couldn't say which scenario is representative of his initial comment. I think he needs to restate it in a clear and orderly fashion.
     
  5. cowofwar

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    Holy crap. How do people not finish high school.
     
  6. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    A question requires a question mark at the end. How did you finish high school? :p
     
  7. cowofwar

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    It wasn't a question. It was a declaration of incredulousness.
     
  8. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    like "how now, brown cow"?
     
  9. Wulf

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    More like... "Khaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!"
     
  10. cowofwar

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    More like "Are you serious". When you say that in disbelief you're not really asking them if they're serious, you're just expressing the fact that it's hard to believe they're serious.
     
  11. Kaeric

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    hm...yes...indeed...
     
  12. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    Nope, that's still a question, rhetorical or not.
     
  13. cowofwar

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    I HAVE SPOKEN!
     
  14. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    It's no wonder you lost World Grammar War II.
     
  15. cowofwar

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    I'm invading your eastern front.
     

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