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Yeah identical to england, not sure if its a nation wide thing, but my secondary school required geography or history and then maths english and science there were 6 sets depending on your ability level and depending on what class your in you sit a different exam. Like if your in sixth set you can only get a C or something, which is quite jokes.
Until you are 14 you take all subjects. When you are 14 you then choose your GCSEs, which are Maths, English, Science + like a minimum of 4 other subjects its actually not standardised across the country you get kids coming out of secondary school with like 4 GCSEs. You then start your A levels which are going to require certain GCSEs, most people do like 3-5, I started on 5, but then dropped to 3 once I received my university offer. You apply to uni for a specific degree...
Sounds like England. I took 18 hours of maths exams to get my A in further maths. Universities give you an offer like mine was AAA in maths, further maths and chemistry. SATs seem like a shit system, doesn't test you on actual subjects. I think A levels is the best system, you sit exams in the modules you choose and different degrees have different subject and grade requirements.You had to study real analysis in your econ degree? As in delta epsilon shit?
Yeah making the pitch book might seem fairly useless, but no one is hiring an investment bank that doesn't make one. How are new firms going to raise capital without an investment bank? They don't have links to institutional investors or know how to access capital markets and issue securities.New job is less pie charts because buyside analysis actually has to be a real analysis.
Without analysts pricing securities they wouldn't be accurately priced, we wouldn't have efficient markets and excess funds would not be distributed efficiently. Without investment banks and funds firms are not going to be able to access capital. I do think some degrees should receive government funding, but I don't think liberal arts degrees need funding.
Why should the government fund art degrees? Why can't people do art themselves. Why should they fund degrees there is no demand for.
It is, they could have bought a lot of crayons with there $60k. If they're not interested in going into high paying fields that require university then they shouldn't go and should learn a trade.
I really don't think education is too expensive, if you go into a good field afterwords it's worth it. If you majored in film then maybe you shouldn't have gone to uni. Uni is quite cheap in the UK like $15k a year or something and I have tonnes of friends who studied like film or art at shit schools. Why should the government fund people studying bullshit.
Yeah, but then poors can get good jobs.
dat feel.Didn't say M&A got easier, I said it seems more interesting
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