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qhaynes and spencer..doesnt

qhaynes and spencer..doesnt it make more sense to play then if you get hurt you have the money to pay fro school??..school isnt going anywhere and theres no age limit..doesnt make sense if you get hurt in highschool how exactly do you afford to pay for college other then student loans?.that arguement doesnt make much sense. you go from highschool and you get a contract thats gonna pay you reguardless if you get hurt or not so if you do get hurt you still have a couple hundred thousand or millions. but if you go to college and get hurt you have.......................

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agreed quincey with

agreed quincey with everything u said.

spencer~ im in the same boat as your friend- it's great. and accounting itself is really not hard at all. All you have to do is add and subtract numbers, and you can use calculators so it's basically free exposure to the business world.

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Accounting can be really

Accounting can be really hard when you first start out. In my first accounting class, there were 35 people when the class first started. By the end of the semester, there were only 10 left. 10! I'll be honest, I failed the class the first time I took it and got a C the second time I took it.

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yea, i was mostly talking

yea, i was mostly talking about the work you do when you're an actual accountant... accounting classes are MUCH harder than the work you have to do... having a good teacher is KEY.

you just have to have a commitment to doing all your HW and knowing all the little rules to succeed in the class... the thing about working as an accountant is that if you don't know the rule, you can just look it up in a book

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look at it like this

if you were projected a lottery pik after our first year in college, wud u take it? we all would. why risk getting injured and lowering draft status or something. They no thier ganna get paid, and they need it. so why not. basketball wise, yea i kinda see it cuz players get more pollished. player wise do it no hesitation only if your sure lottery pik. i wud stay if im projected last first round. only get better. it really depends on ur situation.

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i think most people would (

i think most people would ( select few wouldnt like the duncans gre monroes)...but how often does someone have a career ending injury in college these day?..i kno wit can happen but im trying to think of case where it has since medical technology has advanced...blair is playing with no acls and shaun livingston had the worst injury i think i have ever seen

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are yall forgetting that if

are yall forgetting that if they go to the NBA they will have enough money to go back to college like shaq did
When i went to college i was broke and got a schlolarship anybody can go to college

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