Srry i couldnt vote I wasnt sure which one to put! you didnt include technical schools or business schools! i graduated HS and then later i graduated business school with a degree in medical transcription These programs are all different but i went for 15 months!
Don`t feel bad - you gave a lot of options and it would be impossible to list all types of education. I am in the 4 yr + range, it`s a university degree in case that matters but then there are additional years of trade school and also two wasted years of law school. So in theory I should have noted 8 years of education....
College grad, associate degree. College business diploma prior to that. Got my highschool by using college credits to transfer down, hehehe... so, I graduated from highschool and college with my associate degree at the same time!!
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