Should I study psychology in college or should I got to law school?
Of course it wont change my mind I just wonder what you people think about these two?
Asked By: tywiena - 1/14/2007
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Answered By: Mystique - 1/14/2007
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you did not emntion what you intend to do, if youa re lookign inti becoming a psychologist then psychology. otherwise if yu wish to be a lawer, then law.
Answered By: pwincezz a - 1/14/2007
you could do law with a minor in psy, which could help when dealing with people once you're a lawyer.
Answered By: mumblz - 1/14/2007
psychology. I'm hoping that I can study that major, but I'm stuck in Industrial engineering. So don't do the same mistake that I did. Just study psychology in college.
Answered By: ina - 1/14/2007
I you like helping people the answer is simple. If I had a do over, I would most definatly help people. At the end of the day you will be able to feel you have helped someone else and still have made a good living. Law school could be good but honestly Ive not met a lot of happy Lawyers.
Answered By: brooks m - 1/14/2007
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