|By Ken Maynard on Wednesday, January 02, 2002 - 08:58 pm: Edit|
Okay basically I'm a college dropout at 22 years old. My high school record is really good. I have all A's and I graduated top of my class. My problem is that went to college and flushed it all down the toilet - immaturity, loss of commitment, wine, women, song. I took a break for a year to kind of get my life together and now I'm trying again. My problem is that given a perfect high school GPA but a college GPA of barely 2.0, it will cost me a lot to mention that I've been in college before especially if I have to submit my college grades or explain dropping out. Does anyone have any ideas on whether I should or should not fill in that I've been to college and also, what are my chances of getting caught if I don't say I've been to college?
|By Ken Maynard on Wednesday, January 02, 2002 - 10:05 pm: Edit|
Also my SAT scores were 710 verbal and 760 math ...
|By Dadster on Tuesday, January 15, 2002 - 12:20 pm: Edit|
Whoops, sorry Ken, somehow missed your post the first time around. I'd recommend honesty - if you look like you are hiding your college experience, it could be damaging if it surfaced later in the application process. Try to make it a positive - you now have a greater level of maturity and a commitment to learning, etc. Good luck.
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