How can you raise 20,100$ in 2 and a half years if you can't have a job?
Topic: Article writing online earning jobs
May 26, 2019 / By Hebe Question:
I'm trying to raise 20,100$ for a trip and I'm not able to have a job. Is there a way that in 2 and a half years to raise 20,000+ dollars? Or about 30 dollars a day.?
I have no time that I can rely on having free, my schedule is framed around things I can't change, also other personal inconveniences keep me from having a job.
Best Answers: How can you raise 20,100$ in 2 and a half years if you can't have a job?
Dottie | 1 day ago
If you can't have a job in an office or in some place else for reasons like you have kids and you cannot afford to pay a nanny to take of them, consider working online. If you have skills in article writing, you can earn over $5 per article depending on its length. However, if it is not possible because you have no experience or skills whatsoever in writing, there are data entry jobs online where you can also earn a few dollars per hours. With patience, coupled with determination, you will surely be able to save for that trip! Goodluck!
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Originally Answered: What should I do the next three years to raise my GPA?
first realize for most universities you do not have 3 years. You have 2. Most colleges are going to want your unweighted cumulative GPA at the end of junior year.
Figure out what needs to change. Are you going to all classes? handing in work on time?
study skills; take notes while you read text books. study all tests you get back. what kinds of questions did the teacher ask. what did you get right, what did you get wrong. where was the info taken from-text book, lecture. readjust your studying for the next test. Know what each teacher is like and what they want for their students. figure out when is the best time to study for you. right when you get home. after dinner. Study at the library where there are less distractions. study with other student from the same class.
Time management: plan out your week. when and where you are going to get your work done. Plan out your weekends. schedule in a time for school work every Saturday and Sunday. Even schedule in TV time, time with friends. Break up large assignments into manageable study times. Work on a bit each day. same with large reading assignments or projects. don't try to do it all at once.
Organization: write down all assignments in a notebooks while in class. Have a calendar in your room with all due dates, quiz and test dates on it. Write down all required activities: sports practices, games, music rehearsals. Have your books color codes. Math book,, notebook and folder all in blue. Have math homework-grab everything blue in your locker. Have a place to study at home. Keep your backpack cleaned out. Check it every night . It is easy to forget a paper than needs to be signed by a parent. Keep all graded papers and tests at home in a folder until the semester is over.
Let me explain this to you, anyway that you find to get yourself money is considered a job. Be it on the stock market or by selling things you make. it all counts as a job.
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Originally Answered: Is it possible to raise a 2.9 GPA to at least a 3.5GPA in 2 years?
Mathematicallly, yes... but it'll be difficult!
If you've taken 1 year's worth of college credits, it's about 30 credits.
30* 2.9 = 87 quality points.
To have a 3.5 in 2 years, you would need (90*3.5=X) 315 quality points.
That means that you need to earn (315-87=X) 228 quality points in 2 years.
That comes to 114 quality points per year.
X=114/30 ... X=3.8
You would need to maintain a 3.8 GPA in order to do so.