I'm 14. My grades are not high so I doubt I l'd get in even if I had money. I absolutely refuse to go to any university in my small Middle Eastern country because I'm not planning to live here for more than I have to, so wherever I go, I'll be an international student. I was thinking about Sweden unless I heard they charged every international student $2000-$5000, which is 5000-13000 in our currency. Plus the cost of living. Families don't have the habit of saving up for college here. My health insurance will also end when I'm 17. I'm pretty scared.
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Hey. Kudos for considering this in advance.
The best bet is to work hard - it will pay off. The people who did well from my school weren't the smartest - they were those who put in the most effort.
Another thing is to develop a strong network of people you like. Don't be afraid to contact people for advice, etc. Sometimes you can catch a lucky break.
And figure out what you enjoy doing and want to do as a job. That kind of self-knowledge will make everything much easier.0
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