A Vision of Students Today

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  • Karolis
  • March 24, 2008, 8:01 pm
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    School is boring. College is fucking stressful, and its expensive. The average college tuition for 4 years can cost your parents an entire year of paychecks. Also, a lot of which you learn in grade school you either
    A) Forget
    B) Will never use again
    C) Completely useless in your daily life

    Right now im a sophomore in high school. In math we are learning how to pretty much do the work of a damn rocket scientist. They say we will use it, since when does a long mathematical equation that takes 10+ minutes to solve have to do with buying groceries? Whenyou get into college, a lot of that is useless. I wanna become a marine animal trainer. What the hell does math have to do with teaching dolphins tricks? Also i wanna be an artist... where does math come into that? Also we learn science. The issue? Science evolves every day, so a lot of which we are learning in a science class today will be rewritten. And my case stands

    fail - a vision of students today

    The modern day school is becoming the countries race to be the smartest country in the world. Well you see, its obviously not working, and all you have to know what to do in todays world is
    A)Look good
    B)Have a nice car
    C)Marry a rich and famous actor
    Or youll be hit by the modern era and be a mediocre person draving a dumpster truck or working as a bus driver.

    math is important to an extent and science while much of it evolves rapidly remains the same. Math has surprisingly a lot to do with art as does science things like geometry and algebra and even basic chemistry, You can't make a face without geometry, you can't make abstract art without following a subconscious equation to cause balance in the picture and any color you use or mix could not have been made without the use of chemistry.
    - triclebickle May 17, 2012, 1:30 am
    True, but that doesn't mean the artist requires that knowledge, any more than I require an engineering degree to drive a car.
    - Ertrov May 17, 2012, 1:51 am
    I feel you bro. I'm currently taking psychology and art classes in college for my computer science degree since they're mandatory. I've also had to do 2 history classes, geography, and a lit class. In fact, my entire first year I've learned nothing about computers. Oh well, now at least I guess I'll be able to contribute to the conversation when it turns so often to the analysis of Macbeth.
    - casper667 May 17, 2012, 1:59 am
    point taken.
    - triclebickle May 17, 2012, 3:44 pm
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