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Need a degree, don't have bank to spend on University

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- Sun, 25 Mar 2018 13:59:12 EST MwwirJu3 No.38493
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I need better prospects for jobs. At this point, going back to a college or University is out due to lack of money and lack of time. So, I need a bachelor's degree at least. Preferably from an "accredited" university. Basically, how do I get my hands on a fake?
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Samuel Goodway - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 19:23:15 EST zkij/XDb No.38494 Reply
lol good luck

I do degree verification and it's so fucking easy to pick out a fake degree. Firstly we have a blacklist of all the degree mills. Secondly if you lie and say your degree is from an institution you didn't get one from, all it takes is one phonecall and you're busted.
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Beatrice Cenninghot - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 03:10:10 EST xNYfCUab No.38501 Reply
>>38493
My tip would be to grow up in a socialist country with free education
Other than that your best bet is improving yourself through projects and putting those in your portfolio - it's one of the most effective ways to learn something too. But it requires staying away from the computer for a couple hours every day
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Fucking Shittingshit - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 12:26:58 EST dtH9uJp5 No.38505 Reply
you need to go deeper OP. what you want is not a fake degree, but a real degree from someone who's identity you have assumed.
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Sophie Sucklewill - Sat, 28 Apr 2018 20:20:07 EST YLlX4yfK No.38507 Reply
>>38494
What if you have the same name as an actual graduate?
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Ebenezer Saggleforth - Tue, 22 May 2018 14:37:25 EST EaMUnxaI No.38535 Reply
>>38507

They'll still bust you. Universities match identities through a whole bunch of attributes, not just name. (It's almost like they knew that people sometimes have the same name...)

So unless you have the same name, birthdate, height, weight, eye color, high school alma mater, and exactly the same list of previous mailing addresses as someone else (in correct order), then you won't match anyone in their system.
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Fucking Pockgold - Tue, 22 May 2018 19:47:16 EST YLlX4yfK No.38537 Reply
>>38535
>height, weight, eye color

There's no way they would know this
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Isabella Hivingwet - Thu, 24 May 2018 15:20:14 EST EaMUnxaI No.38538 Reply
>>38537

A lot of schools ask for this info. It's because of how colleges wanted to make it so you could vote with a school ID. That was the tradeoff to do that.
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Hedda Cluzzleville - Thu, 31 May 2018 12:41:29 EST w+oQZy3q No.38549 Reply
Just earn a real one. Join the air force or air national guard, the chillest of the armed forces. You'll have to take it easy on the drugs for 4-8 years but you'll get a lot of experience. Or go to Norway or Germany. They probably have some heavier academic requirements but it's free once you get in (minus cost of moving there).
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Shit Fuckingham - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 14:07:28 EST EZb1YPtB No.38650 Reply
>>38549

military does have a gi bill which pays for college, but that shit will take over your whole life.

You could also just work at starbucks and they'll pay for your online degree at Arizona State or something like that.

I did community college, starting with a certificate that got me into a job, then I started taking general classes part time, and part time off and on it took me like eight years to get a BA
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Augustus Hunderferk - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 10:25:37 EST PMjQEefp No.38663 Reply
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try out a trade. Find a local union and sign up if you can. Usually they will put you through an apprenticeship school for cheap if not free. I'm a journeyman electrician and make $34/hr. plus with a union you have a better chance of a pension and/or annuity. the apprenticeship was 4.5 years and cost me $600/year. Also my apprenticeship was accredited through a technical college so I technically have like 30 credits or something i could apply to a regular college if i wanted to learn something else. If nothing else it would give you steady work and money until you're in a better position to pursue what you want. I would recommend a mechanical trade though like the plumbers or pipe fitters. They get paid pretty similar wages to me but they don't have to worry about blowing themselves up. or if you can get into elevator work that pays real good and you can retire super early. operators can also make good money, get paid to sit in a crane playing on an ipad for 12 hours and do 30 minutes of work or push a button in an elevator.
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David Shakelock - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 11:29:32 EST o1d3ZyIw No.38695 Reply
To elaborate on the last part of >>38650.

>apply to community college
>take CLEP tests using https://modernstates.org/freshman-year-free/ program
>test out of your prerequisite courses (and possibly the first whole year depending on credit requirements) for free/reduced price with the vouchers you get for completing the courses
>apply for as many scholarships as you can qualify for
>take 2nd year at a community college with a transfer program while receiving financial aid - simultaneously take a certificate program to improve job prospects in the interim if your course load can support it
>transfer to a state school and work on a bachelor's degree while working a job unlocked by your certificate program/associate's degree
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Nathaniel Beckleham - Sat, 06 Jul 2019 07:19:39 EST ZvaG6MKR No.38727 Reply
>>38493
You have money to invest? Buy and sell, my friend. Then obtain tuiton
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Lydia Gummleville - Tue, 03 Sep 2019 11:43:02 EST 45WIWt30 No.38748 Reply
If you're in the u.s. look at your local community college.
Depending on income you should be able to get part or all tuition and book fees courtesy of the local tax payers.
Your only gonna get a 2yr degree but chose wisely and you will be surprised what z difference that makes.
You can get more than one 2 yr degree and that helps.
Or get a job that will pay for continuing education. There are a lot of those especially in the tech industry.

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