Drop out despite scholarship?

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Cut losses and get out?

Suck it up and stay, no one likes their job.
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Try finding a path you will enjoy embarking on everyday.
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Total votes: 30

Aqualibrium
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Re: Drop out despite scholarship?

Postby Aqualibrium » Fri Jan 18, 2013 6:13 pm

zomginternets wrote:T2 + bottom quarter grades + don't want to be a lawyer = drop out. There is no longer any reason not to.



Agreed.

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Re: Drop out despite scholarship?

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:38 am

Thanks for the advice/insight everyone!

I decided to cut my losses. Yes, it was tough telling family/friends/girlfriend, but in the end, they were cool.

I guess it goes to show, just go with your gut and pursue something you can at least put half of your heart in.

I have a few international job leads, fingers crossed 8)

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Icculus
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Re: Drop out despite scholarship?

Postby Icculus » Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:40 am

Anonymous User wrote:Thanks for the advice/insight everyone!

I decided to cut my losses. Yes, it was tough telling family/friends/girlfriend, but in the end, they were cool.

I guess it goes to show, just go with your gut and pursue something you can at least put half of your heart in.

I have a few international job leads, fingers crossed 8)


Good luck, OP!




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