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Why Am I Ready For College
Dohnavyn LeDuff
John F. Kennedy

Going to college has always been a dream to me. My parents have always said "to do well in school because if you do a good job in college you'll have an easier job of getting into college". I feel I am ready for college because I work hard and when I want something bad I put my all into it. My life isn't one of those struggling lives me and my family have for the most part had a good household. I grew up in a happy house hold were there were few problems. I had tried to take my mom’s advice of getting good grades and trying to be the best I could be but for some reason when I hit high school all of that changed. I wanted to be cool and well liked and the only way I felt I could do that was to lower my grades ditch class and hang with bad kids who thought they were "cool". I struggled for a long time I didn't learn my lesson even after to going to therapy. Being cool and popular was my main. Priority. When I got a little clue it was too late my mom took me out of Santiago and I transferred to a school called river springs during my sophomore year. I extremely hated that school and did everything I could to leave. Likewise though my grades at that school were actually good I had a 3.0 for first semester and a 2.9 second semester. My time came through for me to leave that school. I asked my mom if I could transfer to john f. Kennedy she told me yes so I sent an application and I was accepted. It was a new school and I struggled first semester and I didn't do too well but second semester I brought my gap up a lot. I have always tried to follow my mom’s advice but sometimes it just doesn't work out the way I want to. Going to college is a goal I want to meet so that I can peruse a carrier in video game design and work for square nix. I have been through many struggles I have hurt. People I cared deeply…...

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