I took 2 years off in the middle, so I technically only did 4.
I'm 23 right now, I guess that's a good age to graduate.
Most Helpful Guy
It doesn't matter if you are 22, 32 or 42. Personally I think most people should NOT go straight through college right after high school. I think they are better off going out in the world and working, and getting a better feel for what's out there before committing to several years of college and tens of thousands of dollars in costs.
Students who are older make much better students. They are more focused, know why they are going, and what they want to do with it. I've heard college professors say this many many times.1
Most Helpful Girl
Not at all. You finished and you got your degree, that's what matters in the end. It's not like high school where you have to finish in four years or you're pretty much fucked. There's no set schedule for completing a degree.1