I ddn't fail i was disturbed so I got those Ds.
i wasn't saying you failed it was more of a metaphor saying that when we are young some chances can be missed or not achieved but through life you'll have plenty of chances to succeed... and you should be able to re-sit in order to get higher marks.
But it was years ago I finished school.
I do feel though that I didn't really learn in that class because of my grade.
I was the same, I moved over to Germany with my parents as the old man was stationed over there with the army, so went to school there, I did my SAT's at a very early age... got back over to the UK and I was made to sit the SAT's a few years later, in middle school... but cos i had already done them but they wouldn't request the records from my school from when i was 3 they ignored what i'd done, and placed me in the bottom class... i being young and stubborn didn't see the point in resitting the SAT's so they automatically scored me the lowest score they could, which had a knock on effect through my school years... I must admit i learned far more since leaving school than what i did during... got qualifications in computer repair and maintenance, became a junior grade martial arts teacher... even taught IT skills to a couple of students and was left in charge of a class while on a computer maintenance course at the local college near where i lived, all after the tutor had a mental breakdown... leaving the college and the students without someone qualified... so there are always opportunities and time to learn... and achieve what you would like to achieve...
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The problem probably lies in the fact that i never retook them.
I already finished. But do you think I should?
Well the important thing is that you got your degree and not your GPA.