Parents are being unreasonable again. Mom is yelling about how I’ll never get into a good college, how she can’t trust me taking my vitamins.
My mom isn’t any of the above right now
She pushed my face into a toilet (well, the side of a toilet) because she thought I had missed the toilet. She yelled me out of the hosue tonight for getting a 64 on a calc test. So I went to the park under a light to study APUS lol. My hands froze off practically, even in California. I'm such a wimp... This all leads to
I’m having a hard time in calculus and chem.. I’m putting in a lot of time and effort, and they are very difficult still. My mom says I’m not studying enough, so I study more and am not getting results. My grade point average is probably going to be meh: good, but probably not good enough for UCLA Berkeley. But I’m trying very hard, and am trying to be efficient. Right now 3As. One A+. 2 C. Not ideal at all. I’m working on calc and chem. ,but they’re hard :/
After taking the avsfab and doing some self introspection, I think I really ought to go into Business/Econ. I’ve always sort of assumed I’d do engineering, but as it turns out that isn’t really for me. I just am not that kind of person, and mreow. I've always been interested in econ, but have never thought of it as a career. (Fun fact: at acadec comp I beat both of our seniors who are in AP econ in the Economics section :DD) Of course this is just what I’m saying now, but I hope it’s somewhat reliable. Also, my mom is talking about how she isn’t afraid to interfere at college. Soooo….. Berkeley probably isn’t the best place, at least early on. However, if I get in, I’ll consider it. So right now I’m looking at undergraduate schools that are strong for econ/prebusiness, with the intention of kicking ass and getting into a good undergraduate business school OR just getting the econ degree and working. Not sure what kind of a job an econ major would get though.
So tentative plan is to go somewhere good (UC?) for undergraduate econ, and then try to get into a business school, or stick with the degree. Any advice from those already in that pipeline?
Got new phone!! (still a prepaid plan, so I have like no mintues, but for 30 bucks I got a phone with a qwerty keyboard. Not that terribad.)
Also, and advice on how to beat late game toss? http://replayfu.com/r/XCDfDd