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If you're going to a community college, a ton of the students there are older.
 

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It isn't a community college. I actually got into one of the best colleges in the city thanks to my high school grades. Here in Canada we have Universities and colleges and also community colleges. There are even bachelor degrees in it. but i stat with two years diploma and then thinking of going to school part time to get a bachelor while having a job

but i hope a bit that there are many older students who change careers now
There certainly are in the US, Next year I have a TAship and a grad survey under my graduate degree, and many of the future undergrads are in their mid twenties to late thirties, I am not sure if jobs have been hit in Canada like they have in the States, but here many many many established people are going back to school.
 

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Also, most people don't really know what they want to do with their life *until* later anyway, so many people go back because of that too ^.^
 

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Definitely not! It's exciting, more than anything. Have you got your FAFSA done, and all that jazz, that is, if Canada has a FAFSA/Equivalent?
 
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