Someone help me!! What do I do?
What Guys Said 2
First: you don't need to know what you want to be when you grow up in grade 10. I've heard it said that 90% of college students change what they want to do as a career during their college studies; I was one of them, changing from engineering to teaching. If you can change easily in college, why rush to make a decision now?
Second: you can absolutely improve your grades. High school grades are 80% effort, 20% brains. The reason the top student in the class is the top student in the class is mostly because they study more than you, not because they're smarter. You are capable of getting better grades! I would ask your teachers how to improve your grades; I would try to find a friend who also gets good grades and observe how she prepares for class, and try to copy her. When a poor student tries to improve their grades, the hard part isn't working hard for a day--it's easy to do a lot of work in a day--the hard part is maintaining that level of effort for an entire semester. Get support, and believe in yourself, because you are capable.
Finally, nursing actually isn't that hard. It's not easy, but there isn't some huge queue to get into nursing school the way that there is for medical school. For now, aim to be a nurse; but see what you can accomplish this year if you actually put down the phone and push yourself.
What Girls Said 1
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