Tagged: college struggles
I’m going to be a freshman this year, and I’m 21. Anyone else?
|June 12, 2016 at 18:15|
I was 18 when I started university. Well, that isn’t really late 😀 but I did a one-year internship after school so I was a little later than many of my fellow pupils.
|June 12, 2016 at 23:24|
I was 20 when I started college last fall.
|July 7, 2016 at 08:19|
Well let me tell you one thing it is never to late to start college, i started a year ago when i was 23 i had to work to pay for school for two years and i am enjoying so much now, i believe that everyone’s situations are diffident but as long as you put God in the center he will guide your step don’t worry about starting late if you are starting enjoy it remember Jeremiah 29:11 He know the plans we might not know where we are going that is why it is impotent to keep staying and prayer and follow God where ever He wants to take you. May be God had you start late because there may be someone God wants you to introduce them to Him you can look at this as a journey you are on for God. i know i did and He brought me Girls that needed to know about Him and now we are very close because of it. YOU GO ‘GIRL DO THE WILL OF OUR FATHER!! I will be praying for you i would love to know how it is going after sometime.
|July 27, 2016 at 08:09|
Aww thank you Sunset! I’m so glad I’m going, I’ve already grown so much just through the experience of applying and living on my own 🙂
Paying for college yourself is definitely a faith-stretcher 😛
|August 6, 2016 at 19:30|
I attended college for one semester before my family was relocated to another state, one of which did not accept any of my college credits or test scores. When I finally had everything I needed we got relocated again. Point in I’m 21 and still not in college and am starting to question if it’s really for me.
|September 30, 2016 at 08:03|
I am 23 and a junior in college. I believe it was an advantage to start late in my case because there was no way I was mentally or emotionally ready to jump right in to college after high school. I worked and saved money to by myself a car and cellphone as well as to have a break from academics. A gap year or taking time to work and save money I’d say is actually a really good idea.
|November 23, 2016 at 13:23|
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