• How can I get into Stanford MBA program?

    I got my bachelors in finance during the fall of 2015 with a low 2.6 GPA. Currently, I am the HR Manager for a bakery of 20 store locations and we are preparing to expand in other areas within the next 2 years. In the mean time, I want to pursue my masters. Stanford has been my dream school, but my concern is... show more
    I got my bachelors in finance during the fall of 2015 with a low 2.6 GPA. Currently, I am the HR Manager for a bakery of 20 store locations and we are preparing to expand in other areas within the next 2 years. In the mean time, I want to pursue my masters. Stanford has been my dream school, but my concern is that I may not be able to get in because of my low GPA. What can I do to get in? I understand that I may have to take additional courses to boost my GPA, but what other requirement will I have to meet to have a chance?
    12 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 1 day ago
  • What is your advice, regarding "Christian brainwashing" and "atheist indoctrination"?

    On one end, I have noticed that some websites talk about "atheist indoctrination", especially when people make schools more secular and teach about evolution. On the other end, I have seen the term "Christian brainwashing" in the Religion and Spirituality section, referring to the very... show more
    On one end, I have noticed that some websites talk about "atheist indoctrination", especially when people make schools more secular and teach about evolution. On the other end, I have seen the term "Christian brainwashing" in the Religion and Spirituality section, referring to the very existence of Christian schools influencing young people to follow the Christian religion instead of "waking up to reality in atheism". These two terms can best summarise the divisive attitude of the Religion and Spirituality section, which seems to become a ridiculous bar brawl between Christians and atheists. So, who do you think I should trust for this issue: those who accuse atheists of "indoctrination", or those who accuse Christians of "brainwashing"?
    22 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 2 days ago
  • My 10 years old son being bullied at school?

    My 10 years old being bullied at school. Today when he came home, I noticed a little note taped to back of his T-shirt reading "Kick me". I took it off and showed it to him and he said this was done to him another time and it has been stuck to back of his T-shirt the whole school day before he notice it.... show more
    My 10 years old being bullied at school. Today when he came home, I noticed a little note taped to back of his T-shirt reading "Kick me". I took it off and showed it to him and he said this was done to him another time and it has been stuck to back of his T-shirt the whole school day before he notice it. When I told him that I am coming to school to notify people in charge, he says I can't do that. he says everyone in school hates him and that really break my heart. What should I do with this one specific incident? Note: My son hated school and specially his current school all these years (he is grade 5 now) and recently he was telling me that he hates life and one most powerful reason of this was that he hates school.After I passed this message to school counselor, she did some investigation and found out that he's being bullied.
    11 answers · Primary & Secondary Education · 1 day ago
  • What is the best way to measure overall intelligence?

    Best answer: My own opinion, measuring overall intelligence is the age of a person who has survived the obstacles in life. Too many die before half a century.
    Best answer: My own opinion, measuring overall intelligence is the age of a person who has survived the obstacles in life. Too many die before half a century.
    11 answers · Standards & Testing · 1 day ago
  • Does a college degree guarantee a job ? yes / no ?
  • My daughter won't do anything in school. Help?

    My daughter is 15 in high school, she's a good student, but she refuses to do things in school! I told her that I expected her to join a sports team, because it is good for her and because she will probably enjoy since I did. She said no and that she wanted to focus more on her classes because she is often busy... show more
    My daughter is 15 in high school, she's a good student, but she refuses to do things in school! I told her that I expected her to join a sports team, because it is good for her and because she will probably enjoy since I did. She said no and that she wanted to focus more on her classes because she is often busy with class work and homework and wants to get them done. I'm so done with her bratty behavior. She knows that she can do at least one extra activity. It's already bad enough she dresses like a freak. What can I do? She's very stubborn and I'm afraid that she will revel against me.
    5 answers · Primary & Secondary Education · 10 hours ago
  • Is the world real?

    r: Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. Albert Einstein "Nothing is as it seems. Nor is it otherwise." Lankavatara Sutra - Mahāyāna Buddhism There is no greater mystery than this; that being the reality we seek to gain reality. Sri Ramana Maharshi December 30, 1879 – April... show more
    r: Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. Albert Einstein "Nothing is as it seems. Nor is it otherwise." Lankavatara Sutra - Mahāyāna Buddhism There is no greater mystery than this; that being the reality we seek to gain reality. Sri Ramana Maharshi December 30, 1879 – April 14, 1950 Plato’s cave analogy. Inprisoned inside the cave (Us), prisoners see the shadows on the wall and mistakenly view the shadows as reality. Every now and agian someone awakens to the truth and tries to tell others (Us), but the others respond with anger. Greek word "cosmos" Meaning "In The World" functioning apart from God And according to Early Christian gnosticism - "Seraphims" Keter - Crown Divine Plan ~ The Angel of Death. (Read John 7:7) Satan is the ruler of this "cosmos" (John 12:31; 16:11; 1 John 5:19) Islam. The Surah takes its title from the sentence, Wa anzalna' l-hadida, of verse 25 - A study of iron Hinduism - Caught up in Samsara – Maya ~ The Malevolant illusion
    48 answers · Quotations · 4 days ago
  • I just want to tell the people who dont answer my questions that I dont like you?

    Im also not going to answer your questions.
    Im also not going to answer your questions.
    14 answers · Other - Education · 2 days ago
  • Grammar question. Is it "wouldn't that be great" or "won't that be great"?

    Best answer: "Wouldn't that be great?" is the conditional. Use it if you don't expect "that" to happen. (It may be possible but dependent on something else happening, or it may be definitely not happening.) "Won't that be great?" is the future. Use it if you do expect "that"... show more
    Best answer: "Wouldn't that be great?" is the conditional. Use it if you don't expect "that" to happen. (It may be possible but dependent on something else happening, or it may be definitely not happening.)
    "Won't that be great?" is the future. Use it if you do expect "that" to happen. I think it's slightly more idiomatic to say "Won't it be great?" though.
    11 answers · Words & Wordplay · 2 days ago
  • Can you make this pharagraph better?

    Can you please change the pharagraph a little? I mean like re write it but better, thanks (the wolf is a she and the fox a he): The fox ran swiftly through the trees, fleeing the wolf chasing after him. Faster. It had to go faster. He was running as fast as his legs allowed, the trees were a green and brown blur... show more
    Can you please change the pharagraph a little? I mean like re write it but better, thanks (the wolf is a she and the fox a he): The fox ran swiftly through the trees, fleeing the wolf chasing after him. Faster. It had to go faster. He was running as fast as his legs allowed, the trees were a green and brown blur at his sides. He jumped on a rock and ran, when he heard a certain noise. A river. There was a river a little further on. Perfect. If it passed over the river, perhaps the wolf lost its scent, he had to flee from the wolf. The wolf was immense, much larger than the fox and probably a bite could kill him, so he should run away from her.
    13 answers · Homework Help · 1 day ago
  • My editors are contradicting each other. Which is right?

    Effects or Effect? "I'm glad it didn't have any effects on me." "I'm glad it didn't have any effect on me." Thank you for taking the time to help me with this :-)
    Effects or Effect? "I'm glad it didn't have any effects on me." "I'm glad it didn't have any effect on me." Thank you for taking the time to help me with this :-)
    10 answers · Words & Wordplay · 6 hours ago