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[–] 0011000100100111101 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

yes it is, as a young man when i attended i was completely shocked at the state of it. for everything i was told college would prepare you, Was the line. then you get there and for the most part it was a drunken kindergarden of out of control morons and indoctrination, to my luck in the 1980s indoctrination was not in full swing so you had a massive split between the old professors and the new age professors fighting and you did have some control over finding the professors that taught math and the ones that taught SJW and some math on the side to just satisfy the testing requirements. utter waste of time and money college was in retrospect. your first two years at college were simply a rehash of 4 years of high school, and frats were a homo joke.

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[–] burnthegoyimhaters 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I knew it was a charade the whole time. Got a couple engineering degrees out of it tho. Got most of the schooling paid for by playing football for the university too. Overall was a waste of my time, but society wanted it.

I would show up two weeks after classes had started every semester. I would also not buy a single book my last couple years. Here's how you do that. You search the internet for last years, or maybe if you're lucky, current years book in pdf form. If it's the previous years book you just take a picture of the problem sets from a classmates book. Fuck paying a couple grand a semester on books. And you can search the pdf file for whatever the questions asked.