I had a near perfect ACT score and worked hard to be the top of my class with a 4.0. First year of college I bad a 4.0. Second year and summer my gpa has fallen to 3.4 and I could have had a 3.9 but tbh I stopped studying. Going into my junior year I know I won't do well and lost my full academic scholarship because i didn't keep a 3.5. I don't really care and i want every ecxuse to drop out cause school bores me. so I'm considering dropping out and going to trade school. Would that make me a failure cause I'm seriously considering dropping out and joining my buddies landscaping company instead of getting a degree.
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You have already done two years of it. In the words of mortal combat...
FINISH HIM (college being "him")
Not to mention a degree in this day and age will do a lot for you. Also, small business are a pain I the ass (family owns one) and 50% of them fail. So why not complete you last two years and then try out landscaping. Just finish what you started.
And remember, if your going to do something do it well. It isn't that hard but it will open doors that you trade school buddies will never even see.1
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