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  1. Lucky_Luciano

    Lucky_Luciano Village Elder

    this comment needs to be pinned, words of wisdom they are.
     
  2. Giggz

    Giggz Village Elder

    Those f**k ups don't matter, we are inspired by success unless you are a pessimist. By the way a business can fail and you will dig out that certificate.
     
  3. Deorro

    Deorro New Villager Staff Member

    oya, kwani wewe umesoma post gani? everyone has encouraged him to complete his degree with the exception of @Quanstrom who is the only person who said those things that you have listed
    please read through the replies again before you claim everyone
     
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  4. Luther12

    Luther12 Village Sponsor

    Hata ikiwa shida ni hii, chukua ‘academic leave’ kiasi.
     
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  5. Luther12

    Luther12 Village Sponsor


    Who says it’s worthless? Education is perhaps the only resource whose acquisition does not suffer diminishing returns. Masomo haijawahi kuwa hasara.
     
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2017
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  6. Luther12

    Luther12 Village Sponsor

    In which environment?
     
  7. Luther12

    Luther12 Village Sponsor

    That says it all.
     
  8. sitaki

    sitaki Senior Villager

    While I can not influence your decision to continue or not, I can give you my personal take as a dropout. I dropped out in my second year since I got an opportunity to work on a decent sized project, at first I differed, my thinking being that if the project failed I would go back, but the project went well and I manged to get referrals from that and as they say the rest is history.

    That is my specific case, and funny enough my friend also did not graduate due to several fails, and he is also doing good, but that is in IT, a field where not finishing college might actually work in ones favor, but fields like engineering I think one needs the certificate and other certifications to move ahead, lakini the engineers around can give better advice on that.
     
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  9. Luther12

    Luther12 Village Sponsor

    Wewe kwanza, nitakuja hapo na kikosi chote cha UoG kuhakikisha umerudi.:)
     
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  10. ampex

    ampex Village Elder

    Najua wa pass wawili wako Kengen and Kentraco. No connections. The former after internship alibeba mawe two years Kengen ndani. The later alikaa uni for 9yrs. He was a joker. (always smiles and laughs never seen him sad) Paper flani ya 3rd year ilipotea akiwa 5th year supreme ikamua arudi 3rd year then tukafanya 1yr more for us to be eBK registered. Mwingine in his 40s alitujoin 2nd year (diploma manenoz) sai ako mbele sana Kengen
     
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  11. Female Perspective

    Female Perspective Village Elder

    Waah! Huyu ajaribu tu IG awe slay queen! First &Second year was a walk in the park!!! Though our campus didn't offer HIV unit...
     
  12. Murang'a

    Murang'a Village Elder

    So I should withdraw?
     
  13. MISCHIEF

    MISCHIEF Village Elder

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    Chunga CSI Mwitumi
     
  14. Female Perspective

    Female Perspective Village Elder

    Kabisa! And don't breed with this one!
     
  15. Murang'a

    Murang'a Village Elder

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  16. Dunya

    Dunya Village Elder

    My friend, in future you might want to run for a political seat. All that matters there is that you have that paper.
     
  17. pakashume pakashume

    pakashume pakashume Village Elder

    Are you even in Kenya dude???
     
  18. AMB_Sunday

    AMB_Sunday Village Elder

    To me its OK. I think if you pass you are better off than quitting/dropping out on some stage along the way especially kama ni Undergrad.
     
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  19. CORNERS

    CORNERS Village Elder

    now this was a meaningful thread
     
  20. sitaki

    sitaki Senior Villager

    true, its very rewarding when one completes school and gets to apply the skills gained in life - but I think one problem we have is that guys get into courses they have no idea of, and considering our system is one which is geared more towards locking out people you find guys in careers that turn out to be disastrous to them.

    I like the american system where one takes some basic courses then later can choose, say for example to get into law school or medicine or the others, gives one some time to make a better decision unlike our system, especially in the past where JAB could push one anywhere and changing was very hard.
     
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