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Could you tell which one of the following sentences is coreect?

What bad if I don't have a degree! I can always obtain it.

What's bad if I don't have a degree! I can always obtain it.

What I'm trying to say is that there is nothing wrong with the fact that I don't have a degree.

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    If you want to use the word bad in such context, it needs to be slightly "qualified". Your examples aren't acceptable to native speakers, but What's so bad about me not having a degree! I can always obtain it is fine. Dec 12 '20 at 18:48
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Neither of these is particularly idiomatic. I would say:

What does it matter if I don't have a degree?

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It depends on the context. Will you say this in a formal circumstance, or to a friend?

In an informal environment you could say

So what if I don't have a degree? I can always obtain/get one.

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I don't have a degree, so what? I can always get one.

In a more formal situation you could say:

I personally believe that the fact that I do not possess a degree presents no problem. I can always obtain one.

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