thesealocust wrote: LexLeon wrote:
Brother or sister,
Your grades aren't so poor. All A's and a B+ or two next semester might put you somewhere in the top third of your class. You could do that and you could graduate with honors.
That said, if you truly and deeply feel law is not right for you--after abstracting from what you've taken to be a permanent demerit, your first semester grades, and after deeply thinking and meditating or praying over some time--the fact that you can pull your grades up and graduate with honors is irrelevant.
Follow your heart; but don't be deceived by your mind regarding the grades. http://hlrecord.org/?p=452
This post is bad and you should feel bad.
I'm really surprised that your reasoning could be so poor. You should read my post again.
You, Thesealocust, advised:
"Good hustle. No shame. Dropping out now will be the best thing you can do for the future."
Giving categorical advice, to someone whose inner situation you hardly know, is more ignorant than you seem to comprehend. You have no idea what the "best thing" for Jhkim0319's future is.
Jhkim0319 might do well to complete another semester--even if the decision to go to law school was mistake to begin with, or even if (s)he will eventually drop out.
You might be leading Jhkim0319 to make an even worse mistake, by phrasing your ignorant advice with such confidence.
Compare our posts, Thesealocust, compare our posts.