i study day and night for my math class so much my eye has been twitching and did all the extra credit i could do but its not going to help. My mom said i have to get a job soon because she is not going to pay for me to fail a class on the bright side i am doing well in my Englich class and she is not kicking me out so all the money i make can go to school. She told me that dental hygiene is a competetive to get into and an F won't look good. Everywere i looked people have either said they failed a college class and bounced back or that it was not a big deal.
My mom was a straight A student in college and graduated top of her class. While my sister who my mom always talks about how smart she is, barely passed a science class. She is saying that i am not going to get into dental hygiene school, my college career is over, and that i am not college material so much so she started suggesting other ways of being successful that dont include college. I dont know if anybody can answer this, but here goes, will i have to forfeit the scholarship i won?
I have learned valuable lessons and i won't let it happen again. But is my college career really over?
Most Helpful Guy
As a professor, the first thing I want you to do is relax. Take a deep breath. Better? Good. Now that I have your attention, no, your career is not over. Just because you fail one class does not put an aspen stake in the heart of your degree. Whether or not you forfeit is dependent on the terms of the scholarship. The more important thing is that your career is far from over. This happens. I fail people all the time, for many reasons. It goes with the job. But if you have the drive and determination to succeed, you will. :)4
- Show AllShow Less