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I'm not doing so good right off the bat. 1.43 GPA for this first semester, freshman year. Have to work hard to get it up to even a 2.6. My parents are considering taking me out. We have a decently large college savings account, and I honestly hate this shit.

Is it possible for an 18 yr old like myself to do some MOOCs or bootcamps like Firehose Project and get a potential internship or something? I honestly want to skip the whole college thing and just dig right into the technical stuff.

I understand there's community college too, but that doesn't really seem satisfying either.
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Why can't you do better? College is super easy. Getting less than a C average is like literal retard tier.
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>>17908159
This. I just don't see how people fail unless they have some sort of learning disorder or mental illness, in which case they should know they need to address that first.
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>>17908153
College isn't for everyone despite what the Boomers think. Even if you don't use that money for school, it's still yours (well, your families at least).

>but that doesn't really seem satisfying either
With a 1.43 GPA, I think "style points" are the least of your concern you ungrateful bitch. You have literally no right to act like you're above it.
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>>17908153
The world will always need plumbers. And electricians, mailmen, bus drivers, cops, barbers, construction workers, HVAC techs, truck drivers, sales clerks, auto mechanics, etc. etc.

All honorable and well-paid professions
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Trade and Vocational schools muthafucka
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