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$24,000 dollars. That is the total cost of my college tuition for one year. After graduating, I`ll probably end up making around 70,000-80,000 a year with the career I chose. On the other hand, there are people like Morris Claiborne, a football player who went to LSU on a full ride scholarship. As a part of the NFL draft process, every player is required to take a test called the Wonderlic Exam which is scored out of 50 points. This test pretty much determines if your academic level by asking 4th grade questions. My 2 year old bird can answer these if she could. Morris Claiborne passed LSU college, got in with a full scholarship from high school and made a 4 on the Wonderlic test after having all that money used on his "academics". Sadly, a man who is technically under the legal mentally retardation limit, respectfully, will be making more than millions more than you and I every year. So, is your Ivy league education really worth all that hard work? Or is Morris being favored throughout college by teachers and professors for the sake of college athletics?
Check out the link for the Wonderlic test questions: