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Cs pros and studying
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Hungary Pitsa31 
How many current pros actually have actually studied and possible have graduated from college/uni/etc? Apparently Snappi and Karrigan are graduated. Are there more?
2021-02-07 11:33
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#2
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Hungary blackwell52
why would they when they make 10k+ a month already clicking heads
2021-02-07 11:34
50 replies
+1
2021-02-07 11:35
because smart people want to be smarter
2021-02-07 11:36
12 replies
what is definition for smarter? imo its not education or how many books u read.
2021-03-05 16:41
5 replies
there's a difference between smart and intelligent
2021-03-05 19:42
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#190
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African Union csarmani
and you get neither by having a degree
2021-03-07 20:38
2 replies
+1
2021-03-08 14:58
+1
2021-03-08 15:19
I think not the education in itself but the fallback option to be able to go back to a normal job you'd like is what is smart about them having a higher degree of education
2021-03-05 22:50
if they are earning more money than you while working in an easier job, they are smarter than you
2021-03-05 16:47
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Not working like that dude , this is Hltv logik Thousands Instagram models get more money than professors in Universities... I don’t even speak about football players
2021-03-05 18:08
#160
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United States EDBX
The education system doesn’t make you smarter it just helps you learn more stuff. Big dif. There are also many methods of learning, college is just the established one for people looking to get certain kinds of jobs.
2021-03-05 19:42
this is the dumbest thing ever lol . education is subjective maybe for me being smart means knowing a lot about car and economics but for you its about physics . you cant say someone is smart because he knows that and that
2021-03-07 17:50
retard spotted
2021-03-07 17:51
Being smart or intelligent cannot be taught, you either have it or you dont, its genetic.
2021-03-08 15:10
#5
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Hungary Pitsa31
Some of them could have graduated before being pro, like Karrigan if i remember correctly. Some like to make sure they have jon after retiring from cs
2021-02-07 11:36
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#7
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Hungary blackwell52
if they play their cards right and stay pro for 2-3 years and invest all the money they win and earn in salaries they should not have to work for a day anymore in their lives. + some of them can stream after retiring too
2021-02-07 11:37
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#15
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Hungary Pitsa31
Only like top20 teams' players make 100k in an year. Most of the prl players probably still make like 2-6k month. Of course you could invest the extra money and hope for the best. Streaming/analyst/coach/etc arent for everyone. Relaying to it wouldn't be a smart move
2021-02-07 11:46
Wtf? If you make 10k/month for 3 years, its only over 300k and for example in Finland you dont do nothing with that money and here taxes are high. Okay, you can buy an apartment and invest the rest, but no way you can live so many years with that money. If you dont want to do work in Finland, you probably need at least million and you still have to think where you spend your money and make smart decisions with your money.
2021-02-07 12:48
6 replies
you can just invest that 300k in crypto and be a millionaire in 2-3 years ez
2021-02-07 12:55
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#126
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Asia TopBaiter
? only if you are lucky
2021-03-05 14:59
this is exactly why you're not wealthy
2021-03-05 15:00
No dude. Investment doesn't work by relying on bubbles
2021-03-05 18:21
crypto this crypto that... no wonder pc price getting higher because you all
2021-03-08 15:14
but Finland still the best country so who cars
2021-02-07 13:04
Yeah if they save up all the sponsor money,salary,prize pool etc over the years they can buy a few apartments in a popular area,rent it out and their monthly expenses are covered.
2021-02-07 12:57
+10k/month isn't that much that you think. Many people earns even more and still are studying to get more money or know more things.
2021-02-07 11:37
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#97
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Lebanon Dogman69
how is 10k a month not enough, its literally max you can earn in most countries as a wage cuck.
2021-02-07 14:36
13 replies
this is not true, only if you are very low educated or went for easy education then you can think that this is many money. For example every doctor I know earns more than 10k and doctors are hundreds of thousands in world. So of course I can understand person that 10k is not enough for and wants more money LOL. +max wage as a argument is invalid because you can always open your own business and then sky is the limit
2021-02-08 12:16
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#111
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Europe skrekc
doctor earning more than 10k/month in Poland? I aren't think that
2021-02-09 19:56
5 replies
of course they are bro lol
2021-02-10 16:11
maybe you dont know any doctor but I can tell u that good contract starts around 10k xD
2021-02-10 16:12
3 replies
2021-03-05 11:30
Most doctors in poland usually work at 2 jobs, which could be why you think they gain 10k.
2021-03-05 11:32
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I am not talking about amount of job but about earnings. Of course doctor that is working only 160h is not earning 10k.
2021-03-05 14:52
#144
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Argentina NOJOMO
Ok so 10k isn't enough in Europe? Fine, I guess I'll die poor.
2021-03-05 16:58
2 replies
I did not write that but if your reading comprehension will not improve then probably you are right and you will die poor.
2021-03-05 17:45
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#207
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Argentina NOJOMO
oh ok, then don´t write shit.
2021-03-22 22:47
#151
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Poland Tomi8
10k dollars? Or what?
2021-03-05 18:24
1 reply
dollars
2021-03-05 19:28
I earned 400$ a month, and that is considered an ok salary in my country, 10k.... unimaginable
2021-03-05 16:17
10k a mont + all the tournament winnings
2021-03-05 15:03
Because they wont be pros forever, when they retire at 30 they need work just like every1 else...
2021-02-07 11:42
4 replies
+1
2021-03-06 20:19
#197
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North America 007DBR9
most of them go inot rolls that are related to cs, analyst, coach, streamer and stuff like that
2021-03-08 15:05
1 reply
far from most of them
2021-03-22 22:56
#198
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Indonesia LosD
+1
2021-03-08 15:08
u can study at distance
2021-02-07 13:47
Thousands of gamers clicking heads but they don't earn shit. For example you can sing but can't be a singer.
2021-03-05 23:49
Because only pro's in higher ranked (#20 and up) are making those figures, I can't seem to think tier 2-3 teams making that amounts of money, even in teams like OG I don't think all players will make 5 figures or up.
2021-03-06 19:56
they wont earn that ez money full life
2021-03-06 20:17
chrisJ
2021-02-07 11:40
Mhl
2021-02-07 11:40
Ropz has good education, i remember him wanting to finish it even when he was on mouz
2021-02-07 11:41
4 replies
That's just high school
2021-02-07 12:01
2 replies
I am not sure he finished it.
2021-02-07 14:30
+1
2021-03-05 18:23
#193
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Russia iiinej
He dropped outta school actually
2021-03-08 14:41
chrisJ graduated
2021-02-07 11:41
7 replies
in what tho?
2021-02-07 13:48
5 replies
#92
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Netherlands WitnessMe
He has a masters in something, dunno what. But he went to the University of Groningen
2021-02-07 14:33
4 replies
Mastered the skill of the bong
2021-02-07 15:20
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chris de bong de jong strikes again
2021-02-07 17:48
1 reply
Quality roasting. Funny.
2021-03-06 20:27
haha
2021-02-09 20:53
#112
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Argentina matebad
From smoking pot xDDD
2021-02-09 19:58
#13
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Mongolia Kkura
Azr is halfway through his degree in accounting
2021-02-07 11:42
#14
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Netherlands ONGix
From what I've heared aleksiB has a PhD from back in middle school. Alex is also versed in the art of war so my guess he has some sort of degree in military tactics.
2021-02-07 11:43
5 replies
PhD from middle school? xD I think that's not even possible. He graduated from high school though.
2021-02-07 11:49
PhD from middle school.... What the fuck are you talking about buddy
2021-02-07 14:15
1 reply
#102
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Ecuador LONE_8122
HAHA
2021-02-07 14:43
hhahahahah 8/8
2021-02-09 20:25
LMAO
2021-02-09 20:54
#17
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Sweden frizzahh
if im not wrong so did brollan study at home with his parents i belive
2021-02-07 11:51
Aerial (former ence player) has graduated from university and he studied biomedicine
2021-02-07 11:54
5 replies
damn thats a hard one
2021-02-07 13:01
Name checks out
2021-02-07 13:44
noice
2021-03-05 18:33
nt aerial
2021-03-05 19:40
no wonder he is so old
2021-03-08 14:58
#19
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Estonia whosmans
In the US many pros drop out because school is incredibly difficult here. Furthermore, not many pros even have high school educations, which is consequentially why there aren’t many pros in the US (among other reasons like console popularity). However, Valens has a degree from Stanford, Curry is pursuing a degree at Texas A&M, and Mauisnake attended Columbia University In the EU there are some pros with university degrees (Maniac in psychology, Karrigan in engineering) but not from high end universities
2021-02-07 11:56
70 replies
>US >difficult universities
2021-02-07 12:51
40 replies
#27
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Estonia whosmans
topuniversities.com/university-rankings/.. Globally recognized and respected by most universities, employers, and students Most average universities in the US appear to be better than the best university in Turkey
2021-02-07 12:55
38 replies
people dont even usually get masters in usa only bachelors :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D >difficult
2021-02-07 13:03
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#37
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Estonia whosmans
high school is way harder, university is also harder depending on where you go vs somewhere in the balkans lol I can think of 100 universities off the top of my head in the US that would definitely be harder than Uni of Novi Sad or Belgrade or whatever
2021-02-07 13:06
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"high school is harder" LOL! our matriculation exams have shit in them americans only start studying in college. Americans are slower and much more inefficient. Going to study abroad in the us, everyone who went there said that they were pretty bored since americans were studying things they had already done years ago
2021-02-07 13:12
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#40
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Estonia whosmans
I took about 13 university level classes in high school accepted by universities globally, exams are far more difficult here. The top percentage of students are admitted into high end universities, whereas in the EU anyone can get into anywhere and succeed pretty much. For example, most students in countries like Poland don't even take their Matura exam because they don't really need to if they want to go to university, but because the US is so overpopulated if a student doesn't perform well on their SAT/AP/ACT (top 1-10% out of millions usually), their life will become a lot harder. As a student that has studied in both Europe and the United States, I adamantly believe that the US is much harder. In addition, US universities are much better as a byproduct of more funding, more intelligent students, and a well prepared high school curriculum. The people you hear from online talking about how easy US high schools are reside within the braindead minority, limited to rural areas with bad universities and students with no ambitions I used to be like you underestimating the rigor of US schools, then I found myself at school 12 hours a day with classes and academic clubs + 6 hours studying material and for exams
2021-02-07 13:20
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lol, i started university math courses at 16. exams being difficult arent something to brag about. All usa schools do is learn to do well in standardized tests and not actually learning the subject. and i have 10s of classmates and relatives who studied 1 year in usa and they personally called high school easy and inefficient. and you cant measure how good your education is based on top unis, the point should be "can i get a good education easily?"
2021-02-07 13:23
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#45
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Estonia whosmans
I did too, most people did. I took them from Grade 9 to Grade 12, 13 in total alongside the normal honors classes. Most people in high school will end at linear algebra or differential equations here, sometimes an even higher level of theoretical math. You are making a lot of generalizations for something you don't understand. I suggest asking some people that have truly endured the struggle for their perspective before assuming how things are. Really, you don't understand what you're talking about. Your relatives need to study 4 years at a proper prep school in a city, not some rural dog shit for one year. Without the experience ivy league kids go through you can't understand how its like
2021-02-07 13:27
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they are ivy league schools they get placed in lol. in california and new york. who doesnt want nordic chad exchange students. also we had differential equations already as freshmen. you must have taken uni courses like "integration" and "statistics" :D:D
2021-02-07 13:33
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#54
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Estonia whosmans
I've heard the balkan curriculum is actually in reverse, so you work into calculus later or something (source: my Macedonian friend), meanwhile freshman year students here take calculus 1. But you are also in specialized schools where all you focus on is math, whereas in the US students have to do that specialized curriculum for ALL SUBJECTS so high tier math, science, literature, language, social science -- among other disciplines
2021-02-07 13:36
4 replies
im nordic i have no relation to the balkans
2021-02-07 13:37
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#58
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Estonia whosmans
my point still stands though that in the US you need to be perfect in all subjects contrary to EU where you need to do well or good enough in one field that doesn't mean us > eu in efficient teaching, but the us is definitely harder and the quality of universities is a general reflection of that
2021-02-07 13:39
2 replies
i needed to have A's in maths english, finnish, physics and biology to get into uni
2021-02-07 13:50
1 reply
#70
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Estonia whosmans
you don't unless you want to attend lund or helsinki, but most universities in the EU are equally respected whereas in the US there is a huge disparity between the average and the high tier Basically, high tier uni >>>>>>>>>> avg uni in the us because of the large population size and more difficult range of schooling, but high tier uni >= avg uni in the eu. Even with this though the avg uni in the us is still better than the avg uni in the eu, but that doesnt really matter to eu employers
2021-02-07 13:53
university ranking doesn't mean anything. People in Harvard say that failing a course is harder than passing it because school doesn't fail a lot of students, and harvard is like top5
2021-02-07 13:20
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#43
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Estonia whosmans
ted.com/talks/alex_chang_the_unspoken_re.. you are gravely mistaken I have some friends at similar universities (Cornell, Vanderbilt, Stanford), and they will all provide you an equally sardonic narrative
2021-02-07 13:22
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lmao harvard is like the easiest top tier university to graduate (it is hard to get in but easy to get out) I cant talk about Cornell, stanford because I dont know much about them, but harvard is very easy
2021-02-07 14:43
US schools are highly ranked because getting in is hard not finishing it. its easy to be ranked high when every kid genius wants to study in your uni and you can handpick every stundent in there (MIT, harvard law. for example). Every school listed there is top tier university from their country. Their average schools for normal students are worse than whats average for EU
2021-02-07 13:27
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#47
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Estonia whosmans
ted.com/talks/alex_chang_the_unspoken_re.. you are gravely mistaken I have some friends at similar universities (Cornell, Vanderbilt, Stanford), and they will all provide you an equally sardonic narrative I have attended both an EU and US "high school," currently enrolled at a uni in the UK (ranked top 20 in the world). Though the UK university is so highly ranked I'm pretty disgusted at how stupid some of my classmates are, they don't understand the struggle of what I've been through and what most students in the US have to endure... it is frustrating (ik uk isn't eu but there are a lot of eu students here)
2021-02-07 13:30
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using standford as example of average university. K
2021-02-07 13:30
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#49
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Estonia whosmans
i'm not referring to the average, my comparison is like stanford vs lund or delft lund is obviously better than some random uni in like florida for example, but not better than any ivy league or a school like rice university. But that random uni in Florida is still better than the best in Turkey
2021-02-07 13:37
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So first of all. My point still stands. Its easy to be highly ranked when every genius applies to your school. Second easy to finnish compared to getting in. Third Nice edit. Fourth its still true that US schools are high because they get huge influx of talent into US. Good indicator of US schools being shit is number of scientists produced by US compared to immigrants. I mean having 1% of your schools being best in the world and rest being below avergae is worse than having 0 in top 10 but every 1 of them being above average. (compared to standard set by top 150). This is like having nation where everybody is 110IQ or nation that produced 3 geniuses but rest of the country cant even get 100 (bad allegory but you get the point, i hope)
2021-02-07 13:37
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#59
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Estonia whosmans
How are these geniuses created though? Intense schooling with an innovative and comprehensive environment. People are not born with knowledge, and so nobody is innately able to perform well on tests Did you not watch the video I sent? Students at Harvard are literally killing themselves because of how hard their courses are. My friends are struggling rn at similar schools too Editing as I think of new info This 4th info just proves my point. There are always idiots but that just means you need to work extra hard to be better than them. You need every attribute to distinguish yourself from the rest, alongside every skill and experience available. If you can't become the best you'll sink into the dog shit average that smokes weed 10 hours a day instead of going to university at all
2021-02-07 13:43
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"How are these geniuses created though? Intense schooling with an innovative and comprehensive environment. People are not born with knowledge, and so nobody is innately able to perform well on tests " You know huge ammounts of aplicants arent from US right? Also its not schooling whats good its their dedication outside of schools. Most of the students prepare for SATs by themselves how is that atributed to good schools / school system when its the kids doing the work? Also having top schools is good and all but when majority of your population is dumb as bricks it wont help you again it comes back to its better to have good average education than having best top tier education. Also isnt it proven that university students kill themselves because of the social pressure and not school itself?
2021-02-07 13:46
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#64
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Estonia whosmans
can you actually watch the video I sent??? it is an important part of my point lol you are making assumptions that show you didn't watch not a huge amount btw, still a pretty small minority. There are some EU students that apply for example, but they usually attend the best high schools in their capital cities so the curriculum is pretty difficult (but not as hard as US cities probably) SATs usually have classes you attend to prepare, AP classes are designed exclusively for the exams and are usually mandatory (I self-studied one though)
2021-02-07 13:49
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Wrritten text or nothing. Also his point is his personal experience becaus its ted talk.
2021-02-07 13:49
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#68
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Estonia whosmans
his personal experience AT THE UNIVERSITY IN QUESTION XD His experiences have far more weight than your generalizations
2021-02-07 13:50
13 replies
There was study conducted on people who survived Dresden. Than there was conclusion made from their true stories they witnessed etc. Than these were shown to people who had 0 clue about the event and after that they were shown what happened overall (objective reality) gues which sounded a lot worse than what really happened. And both were 100% about 1 event. Story of 1 person is bias at its finest.
2021-02-07 13:54
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#72
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Estonia whosmans
completely irrelevant
2021-02-07 13:55
11 replies
Than #68 is compeltly irrelevant. Experience of 1 person can be completly differnet than experience of other.
2021-02-07 14:10
10 replies
#77
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Estonia whosmans
you didnt watch the video... it isnt just one guy's experience lol
2021-02-07 14:11
9 replies
I watched the video and when he was talking he said its his experience he was using we few times and none of the times he used we he said that harvard was hard. He said that not every one of them can be number 1. And thats where it ends than he went back just to HIS story and said "we are good at hiding our emotions". As i said Experience of 1 person can be completly differnet than experience of other. His roomie offed himself so his experience of harvard is completly different than someone who never knew anyone who commited suicide. Also funny you are arguing your own point. hltv.org/forums/threads/2414239/cs-pros-..
2021-02-07 14:16
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#83
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Estonia whosmans
He is taking into consideration the experiences of multiple different people when assessing the lifestyle of Harvard students, with the student that killed himself as one example and the speaker himself as another My argument is: High end US University >>> High end EU university Average US University >>> Average EU University High end US University >>> Average US University High end EU University >= Average EU University Low Tier universities aren't worth assessing
2021-02-07 14:19
7 replies
Average US University >>> Average EU University - not true
2021-02-07 14:21
6 replies
#85
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Estonia whosmans
why wouldn't it be true given my claim that the average student in the US goes through more academic rigor and hardship than an average EU student
2021-02-07 14:22
5 replies
Because theres no metric for average schools. Also most of the US talent goes to top universities meanwhile in EU (this being true for lots of countries since i am on dorms with erasmus students and this is general consensus that mentallity is to attend good university that focuses on what are you interested in rather than attend best uni (rank) this would be true for spain, portugal, france, czech republic, slovakia, austria, poland, Ukraine, Hungary, denmark. italy ) talent is dispersed much more evenly.
2021-02-07 14:27
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#88
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Estonia whosmans
how does this disprove anything i just argued lol my basis for average is objectively established by the top unis list I sent
2021-02-07 14:29
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"In the US many pros drop out because school is incredibly difficult here" Because that is generally untrue. Few cherry picked schools dont make your point.
2021-02-07 14:34
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#94
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Estonia whosmans
u just ignored me entirely to bring up something I mentioned ages ago lol it is true though, some good examples include Ethan and s0m. I don't think there is a single EU pro that dropped out of high school
2021-02-07 14:35
1 reply
Maikelele. Also If your argument is time consuming = good than you are lost cause.
2021-02-07 14:36
wut?
2021-03-05 16:49
Im studying psychology atm, my respect for maniac just went through the roof!
2021-02-07 13:31
4 replies
If everything goes right for me I'll also be studying psychology by the end of the year! How is it men?
2021-03-05 14:54
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If you are interested in the subject is prettygood, alo for me not as hard as some other universities like withmaths and medicine
2021-03-05 14:58
1 reply
Good to know, thanks ^^
2021-03-05 15:22
nice
2021-03-05 16:42
Maybe its harder because the quality of education is lower whilst the exams are on par with the rest of the world. Literally everyone I have ever met to have done both UK and US highschool says US highschool is easier but many students also have tutoring outside of school.
2021-02-07 13:57
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#74
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Estonia whosmans
if i gave some of the loons ive met at my trip to durham (not the school i attend but it is respected in the uk from what I understand? A*AA entry usually or something) my 12th year coursework I don't think they would have survived xd oxford and cambridge are a different story though
2021-02-07 14:01
1 reply
durhams rep has taken a bit of a nose dive within england which isnt represented on league tables. Its known as the uni which posh kids who dont get into oxbridge go to
2021-02-07 15:43
#98
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Lebanon Dogman69
when you wake up and realize that university rankings are based on their scientific achievements not by how "hard" the courses are.
2021-02-07 14:39
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#100
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Estonia whosmans
Hard courses create high achievers
2021-02-07 14:43
:) no brainers cant get what you say bro
2021-02-07 18:22
#129
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Asia TopBaiter
>USA >School Pick one I do not even plan to pursue university here, so no (btw, I'm not American, I live here because my father works here)
2021-03-05 15:02
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#138
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Estonia whosmans
ye if you dont work hard its easy. You have a choice to not do anything, but if you choose to work hard the competitive environment is just as hard as Asian countries, the difference is that Asian countries don't generally offer that choice. If you choose to do nothing with your educational endeavors there will be consequences but they just wont be as immediate as Asian countries exhibit. If you work hard the US system is similar to Japan and South Korea's, but different to India and China's
2021-03-05 16:35
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#157
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Asia TopBaiter
I did pretty well in the Indian education system, so I don't think so Right now I'm preparing for the NEET in India, so yeah I'm working along with the American curriculm. And you don't know how tough 11th and 12th is in India
2021-03-05 19:35
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#159
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Estonia whosmans
"I did pretty well in the Indian education system, so I don't think so" "And you don't know how tough 11th and 12th is in India" Sounds like you're contradicting yourself... Also, I was at school for about 12 hours a day with ACT + SAT Prep classes, clubs which attended competitions that I had to prepare for after school and weekends, 13 ap classes which are taken as university credit, among other time consuming and daunting tasks (had a class where we attended university seminars in our own time for example). Didn't have time to do anything but sleep, study, and complete my school tasks (barely even ate anything, only really started playing cs during the quarantine which was liberating and unique). I remember my parents called the police because I kept saying the workload would make me kill myself, it was just too much to handle but someone at an ivy league school did even more than me, because in the end I wasn't even enough for ivy league. I will live with that disappointment, regret, and shame for the rest of my life -- if only I had done more. America is not forgiving to the average, the same can be said about China and India
2021-03-05 19:50
Lmfao if you tell US curriculum is hard... please go and study in asian countries. US may have top unis but they are just overrated trash where only wither genuises get in or people with money and dont even get me started with that joke of a high school curriculum the USA has lol.
2021-03-05 15:29
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#139
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Estonia whosmans
ur experiences are definitely different than someone that tried hard in high school. Talk to someone that worked to get into a prep school to attend columbia or something and compare that to ur experiences at a tier 20 rural school where you watched movies 1/5 of the time instead of working because the teachers were too lazy
2021-03-05 16:36
11 replies
umm... I am currently studying in IB. I am sure you guys did not even start with calculus and quantum physics, so please stfu and don't comment shit. I am from Canada and I know how shit canadian and united states high school is compared to here in India. People trying to get into IIT and studying for their JEE is nothing like attending prep school and we don't get time to watch movies here while in IB and people aiming to get into IIT don't have social life so stfu.
2021-03-06 15:24
10 replies
#172
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Estonia whosmans
"did not even start with calculus and quantum physics" actually we did? some started calculus in middle school, wtf are you talking about bro XD. We finish off with differential equations or some other theoretical math of choice. If you are only starting calculus in high school ur life sounds pretty easy in comparison
2021-03-06 18:45
9 replies
damn... did I say I started calculus in 12th lmfao... I started derivation and integration in 8th grade. I am currently learning Implicit and explicit differentiation as well as doing partial fractions in school not considering my own learning. Do you even know wat integration by part is? I am guessing no, since looks like you are still stuck in differential equations...I did integration by parts in 9th. So stop trying to show United states has good high school education.. it doesn't and it can be seen through how hard SAT is since that is wat most high school student their think is hard and it is going to determine wat college they are going to lmao, while india has JEE and singaproe has IB and O Levels... prep school seems hard lMFAO
2021-03-06 19:48
8 replies
#175
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Estonia whosmans
You are doing everything in reverse, American curriculum is much different. Additionally, you aren’t focusing much in writing, social studies, public speaking. Trust me when I say you have no idea how difficult America is, take your easy exams and be happy with them bro. SAT is just one part btw, there is SO much more than SATs, meanwhile you have one exam that determines what you will do
2021-03-06 20:17
7 replies
damn ya sure I don't study economics, I don't do IOs for english exam, oh ya I forgot I have to AP classes for comp science and maths, then I have to an internship this summer...American education is a joke compared to other counties stop being so fucking ignorant...
2021-03-07 12:38
6 replies
#183
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Estonia whosmans
that's it? LOL
2021-03-07 17:46
5 replies
damn dude I can't keep listing my curriculum and stuff... fine you win. AMERICA BESTEST COUNTRY AMERICA SUCK TROMPET AND BIDEN DICK THAT IS WHY AMERICA GOD AMERICA EDUCATION BEST AMERICA BESTTTT. FUCKING CUNT GET A LIFE AND STOP TRYING TO GET ATTENTION FROM OTHER PEOPLE TELLING THAT YOUR LIFE IS HARD... WHILE THEIR ARE PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING THROUGH WAY MORE HARDSHIP THAN EITHER YOU OR ME SO STUF AND DIE
2021-03-07 20:11
4 replies
#188
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Estonia whosmans
in reality our curriculums are likely similar and there are a wide range of educational options depending on how committed you are. It is too difficult to quantify which country's exams are harder and which offers harder academic options, but Americans that worked the hardest went through a lot to get to their current standing. Though maximizing your educational endeavors is difficult in both of our countries, I do think that there are a lot of students in America that didn't work hard and suffer as a result, but probably not as much as China or India, because there are more options for someone that struggled with their education in America than there are in either of those countries. That doesn't mean China or India's curriculums are harder, just that there are more options for someone to fallback on in America because the population is smaller and there are more universities Ironic to think that a communist regime is one of the most unforgiving towards its average population
2021-03-07 20:44
3 replies
Just Stfu.... U are just wasting your time.... thinking you are special while their are people working 10 times harder to get into American Universities than you because foreigners unlike us have lower percentage to get into any American Unis compared to an American citizen. Just kys
2021-03-08 14:35
2 replies
#194
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Estonia whosmans
Actually foreigners have a better chance of getting into American universities because universities have to fulfill diversity quotas. If a foreigner applies with similar stats as a native then they have a better chance of getting in overall
2021-03-08 14:55
1 reply
JUST STFU AND SEARCH IT URSELF U DELUSIONAL FUCK... FOREIGNERS HAVE LESS PERCENTAGE TO GET INTO FUCKING UNIS IN THE STATES.... HOW FUCKING DELUSIONAL CAN U BE U RETARDED ASS SHIT
2021-03-08 16:35
you are the definition of a r...
2021-03-08 15:19
I know he is retired and you said current, but Sean Gares does have some chemistry degree I think
2021-02-07 12:50
1 reply
yup, Bachelors degree in medical biochemistry
2021-02-07 12:51
ropz elige brollan
2021-02-07 12:52
3 replies
iirc brollan said in a instagram q&a that he dropped out but I could be wrong
2021-02-07 14:11
1 reply
#176
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Sweden DEFENSE!
Brollan is 18 years old, meaning he didnt even finish high school yet probably. So no chance he has any degree, lol.
2021-03-06 20:17
elige finished high school but he dropped out of college
2021-03-06 20:23
Karrigan has a master degree in business administration and auditing :)
2021-02-07 12:52
idk
2021-02-07 12:54
i think bymas is studying
2021-02-07 13:00
1 reply
to finish middle school only
2021-02-07 14:33
#33
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India magizhchi
Not sure if Maniac was studying while playing.
2021-02-07 13:02
2 replies
#130
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Asia TopBaiter
I think he has some business degree (it's on his twitch profile)
2021-03-05 15:03
1 reply
#163
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India magizhchi
He's done MSc in Psychology.
2021-03-05 20:21
lurppis and his brother nasu graduated from my universities business departement :)
2021-02-07 13:04
BnTen
2021-02-07 13:14
1 reply
#154
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Korea Weeataku
He finished medicine right?
2021-03-05 18:35
GOAT paz is studying 'translation and interpreting' while destroying everyone in csgo
2021-02-07 13:16
szpero during pro days like 2-3 years ago
2021-02-07 13:31
#52
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Sweden zZzlatan
You cant play fulltime CS and graduate at a university nowadays. Back then in 2000-2010 it might be possible but not today. They have a full 40h+ schedule.
2021-02-07 13:33
2 replies
#99
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Lebanon Dogman69
depends what you study, some people who have high energy and good time management can easy do the university. Just there is no point especially if you are tier 1-2 pro.
2021-02-07 14:41
Everyone has a different tolerance for work though, some people find 40 hours work too taxing, others can pull 60,80 hours, in investment banking/big law it’s not uncommon for some people to work 100, even 120 hour work weeks. Personally I studied economics at a well regarded uk university, I probably studied 20 hours a week, it felt like a part time job to me. If I had talent for csgo I could’ve definitely found the time to grind it.
2021-03-08 15:18
Karrigan graduated with a degreee in business from university of copenhagen if i remember correctly Ofc that was before there was a lot of money involved in the scene so he will be well off even after esports
2021-02-07 13:47
1 reply
+1
2021-02-07 14:11
Szpero few years ago, I think gla1ve also graduated from uni while he was playing in astralis, not sure tho.
2021-02-07 13:49
#80
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Greece RedWinter
I think scrunK has a degree in medicine
2021-02-07 14:15
1 reply
#132
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Asia TopBaiter
really? why doesn't he retire and become a doctorr
2021-03-05 15:03
Virgin till 40
2021-02-07 14:30
#96
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Australia Vocate565
Here's an article about elige's archievements: tricountyindependent.com/article/2015022..
2021-02-07 14:36
asd
2021-02-07 15:45
misutaa is still in school
2021-02-07 15:49
Portugese player Just has a degree in Computer Science at least that is what he has written on his steam profile as I checked it when I played against him on a server
2021-02-07 15:51
Not sure but have you watched Stewie2k try and read out loud? Dude is STRUGGLING
2021-02-10 16:13
1 reply
#186
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Italy steven513
LMAOOO Do you have the clip?
2021-03-07 18:00
S1mple chinese study
2021-03-05 11:33
I can't imagine it being more than just 2 or 3 players because cs is a full-time 24/7 job AND most players become pro in their teenage years so they are too young to go to university.
2021-03-05 14:56
#128
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United Kingdom _eilrahC
Thomas graduated
2021-03-05 15:01
Ropz finished recently
2021-03-05 15:26
I think SeanGares has a bachelor's degree in medical biochemistry
2021-03-05 16:16
1 reply
#164
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India magizhchi
Dude, holy Seangares is as smart as he looks good for him!
2021-03-05 20:23
#145
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Germany ChRiZOwow
Noone cars
2021-03-05 16:59
Device is working towards a BA in awp abuse
2021-03-05 18:17
#153
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Korea Weeataku
I know SDY has a law degree. He said it on an interview. His parents would let him persue a career in Esports if he finished uni.
2021-03-05 18:33
Snappi, Karrigan, ChrisJ, sdy, Thomas, ozstr1ker, jackz (has bachelor in marketing or some shit iirc), WorldEdit (not sure), MAJ3R, JuniorCS (3k elo noob)
2021-03-05 18:36
#162
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Lithuania Sedge
i know rain has a psychology degree
2021-03-05 19:43
If im not wrong, fallen did civil engineer but he dropped out b4 concluding
2021-03-05 22:38
Karrigan was going to college and he finished it.
2021-03-05 22:41
Thomas and mezii have degrees
2021-03-05 22:49
NiKo has a doctors degree, he saves people from choking
2021-03-05 22:52
1 reply
hahahahaha
2021-03-07 20:37
#179
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Sweden DEFENSE!
Former professional 1.6 player ahl from SK and NiP studied law after retiring from competitive counter strike
2021-03-06 20:22
misutaaa is still in school and shox has a bachelors in something idr
2021-03-07 20:38
1 reply
LOL, poor misutaaa, it would be sick going to school before winning IEM Beijing
2021-03-08 15:22
If i'm not mistaking hen1 and lucas1 are bachelors in computer science
2021-03-08 15:22
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