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So, this semester would of been the beginning of my Junior year. However, I decided not to go this semester. Instead, I've opted to spend my semester working a full-time job and paying bills. I didn't have to drop out. I didn't have financial problems or horrible grades(not the best either, 2.7 overall).
I felt that I just wasn't mature enough to be in school at the time. I felt that I needed to get a glimpse into the real world so that I would know why I want to have a degree. You know, a little motivation. Hopefully it will improve my grades.
I was just curious if anyone around here has ever been through something similar. If so, what was the outcome of it all? Did you grades improve or did they not? Did you learn more? Etc, etc...