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I made a mistake and flunked out of college (freshmen year). I am not a big party person or anything, I simply wasted time. I think things fell apart when I moved far from home and didn't really handle the independence well. Is there anything I can do to recover from this?
So what could I do to move forward from here. I am not a bad student. I am very capable of making A's and am determined to work for them. Is there any way to get back to college and still get my BS and then move on to a master or so. I don't mind doing extra credit hours of anything, and I can handle them.
Someone suggested a community college and another suggested the military. Does anyone have more information about how this would all work out? Do you think a university would accept me back if I made all A's at a community college and tried to transfer as an out-of-state student?