This past year hasn't been the best of times for me and it has affected my school work tremendously! Long story short my undergrad education had to be cut short because I was dismissed from my school for horrible GPA. For the last two quarters at my school I went to B+/A- average to completely failing out of all my classes. My question I wanted to ask to the forums was, is there still any chance of me going back to school and continuing my nursing dreams. Does this dismissal look horrible on my record if I was to go back to school and apply with straight A's? I want to know what routes I can take to try and fix this because I've learned from my mistakes and I plan to improve myself ten fold. Thank you for you time and I appreciate any input.
Yes, there is ALWAYS HOPE. . . One thing that I have learned in having been blessed with my life and the length of it thus far; you can always and only go FORWARD. . .Never let the circumstances or conditions that you happen to find your self dealing with now dictate what can yet happen. Sister, you aren't 6 feet under yet. . .only those who have no worries or problems are all in cemeteries. . . Fix what you can (repeat the lesson/class failed) then reapply. . . I am in my 50's; still working "my" dream. . .not quite sure where I will be a year from now; but, I do know, I am moving forward. . . It hasn't been an easy road (many potholes), never has; wasn't born with a silver spoon. . . Remember, it's the journey, not the destination that makes up a life. . . have patience; I know that is difficult as well. All the best to you in your endeavors. . .
A colleague of mine e-mail this to me, and I felt the need to share it with all of you~
Just up the road from my home is a field, with two horses in it. From a distance, each horse looks
like any other horse. But if you get a closer look you will notice something quite interesting...
One of the horses is blind.
Read the above Post by Gitano; General Discussions; 2 Horses. . . . I think you will find that the message of it also applies here. . .