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These are great points. I am currently in my first year of university, with finals approaching and I still don’t feel like this is what I want to do for the next 4 years. I never had to study in highschool and got 90’s but now that I am here I am basically screwed. All students are to these schools are numbers.

And the football players are kicked off the team and go to jail when the rape girls at my school…

I attended a four year school about 15 years ago and shortly afterwards tranferred to a votech school due to money and problems I had with the 4 year school. To be honest if I could have done it over I probably would have gone to the votech directly and saved myself a lot of time and headache (and money) but don’t interpret this as saying that a 2 year school is better vs a 4 year school. Not all schools are created equal and quite a few of them are crappy to be honest. The 4 year I went to in SD was a pile of junk despite it being highly rated and beloved by the community in general (I suppose if you haven’t gotten out in the world you might think this college is the greatest thing since sliced bread.) and I had a lot of issues with the professors and staff at the college basically being jerkoffs and the school being an overpriced daycare, to make a long story short. The 2 year school had better staff and was overall better relative to the previous school but still wasn’t great (I actually took a couple more classes at this votech a few years later and the school has noticibly dropped in its quality). I’ll admit that my study habits weren’t the best in college and I wish that my high school did a better job of informing me of what to expect in college…oh, and combine that with family problems and just a crappy community in general (schools in SD are bad to begin with).

My main reason for leaving school: To pursue my dreams.

I have spent 1 semester at a local college and am confused on whether I should transfer to a tech school. My parents & grand parents have told me that they are disappointed that I am planning on transferring. The thing is, I am not taking any history classes and I am only passing my classes with D’s. Even though it may be disappointing, I do not think a four year university is my cup of tea. The material is uninteresting, I have bad social skills, and am not having much fun at all. I mean it is okay, but I take all these bullshit courses and the only reason I came there was to do History. I love History but throughout high school I hated every other course. Some were okay, but they were nothing compared to History. I was told that going to USCA was going to be great but a lot of hard work. I realize how hard it is. I am scared about failing, that is why I want to transfer. But not everybody is college worthy. I can see that now. It is very tough and I feel very unprepared. I also fill a bit uneasy due to the grades..

Good luck to all graduating, I know I will need it.

I’ve dropped out (just stopped going) because of reason #1 #2 #3 and #4.

The core of the first part of phase one would start in education I am aware that you need to take an economics class in order to graduate high school; a new requirement would be added to high school graduation requirement....

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Financial. They forgot lack of funds. Read something a couple years ago mentioning that the average graduation rate for a 4 year degree was 7.6 years and the biggest factor was money.

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I dropped out of college my first semester to join the Marine Corps. I wanted to be a Marine all along, but I thought I wanted to go to school first. Turns out I was burned out on school so I went with what I felt was right.

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