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Should I make the move? (employment concerns)

Should I make the move? (employment concerns)

Old Jul 10th 2011, 5:21 pm
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Originally Posted by agoreira View Post
Normally an intensive course will be 20 hrs a week, five days at 4 hours a day, a superintensive, 30 hours a week. If you're a beginner, serious about learning and only going for a month or two, I don't really think for an hour and a half a day you're going to learn a great deal.
Well that's why some people also study from books, the internet, cds watch television etc. to supplement their class. I actually think one and a half hour's class per day is fine for a lot of people. I admit the courses I did had 4 hours daily, but I did that because the courses were for 2 or 3 weeks. If the OP want a longer period to study I think doing too many classes per day could be counter-productive, and they'd soon get cheesed off. Still, horses for courses! Nothing stoping him/her booking a course with more hours per week. In fact I've known people do 4 hours class in the morning and then have a private class in the afternoon.
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Old Jul 12th 2011, 10:24 pm
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Thanks for all the responses, looks like I'll have to rough it here for another couple years. Since someone asked, no I don't have dual citizenship. My situation in the US is very complicated and stressful, and it's not something I chose. My job sucks, my house sucks, this town sucks, and really all that could be fixed by moving to a different state but I have a worsening condition that requires surgery I can't afford because I'm not eligible for healthcare Sorry I don't mean to whine, I just need an outlet.
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Old Jul 12th 2011, 11:27 pm
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What is your citizenship?
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