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I've been trying to earn my college degree for the last 8 years or so. I had started at one school, earned a few basic credits (English, history, etc), but decided I didn't want to pursue my major anymore (plus the school was expensive). So I ended up transferring to a local community college. Even though I'd passed my courses at the previous school, the would only accept transfer credits if the grades were above average. So I'd wasted all that money on classes at the old school. I took a break from the community college to get a much-needed job. Now I'm trying to return, but they have erased me from the system, which means I have to go through the whole registration process again (buy transcripts from HS, etc). I feel like the schooling system here doesn't give a hoot about the students... they just want to make money. They don't encourage the students to pursue education & make the process so difficult and frustrating. I was feeling so motivated to go back to school, but now it feels like I've been kicked in the stomach.
Its not that our schooling system is bad. American has the best system in the world. (For those of you who want to bash me on this saying, "What about china, japan, india, etc...you are comparing the cream of the crop to EVERYONE in the US. Lets see you compare Harvard's last valedictorian to a student aboard, or an minnesota from the US against a "doctor" from the other side of the world.) Anyways, I think you need to start focusing only on school and stop taking breaks. It gets to the point were it becomes too repetitive and boring. 8 years is a long time man, but its never to late to finish up. I have a 73 year old great grand mother in my chemistry class that is pursuing her dream of becoming a nurse. She doesn't need the money or the job, she just wants to do it do mark it off her check list. But I think you need to put your foot down on a major/career and just go for it. Once you get past those boring intro classes, it gets A LOT more fun. As far as them "erasing" you from the system, you need to go back there with your game face on and do not leave till they find your record because they do have it. No one gets erased.
You are a prime example of why it stinks. It is a process called "Dumbing Down". You don't even know that the education system in each state are paid for and controlled by that stae. "America" has nothing to do with the education in each state. Sadly, you pass on your lack of knowlege to others and they will be slightly dumber than you. Before you do something, be smart enough to check it out. If you can't afford the college, pick one that doesn't cost as much before you enroll. If you want to transfer credits, check it out before you enroll. It isn't the education system that stinks, it is your intelligence that stinks.
You discovered the dark secret of public American universities and colleges- they don't care about students. They do care about money. You will find this lesson applies to much of the American world.
It's not the schooling system that is to blame, it's students such as yourself that waste their time and valuable classroom space because they have no direction and are just wasting oxygen and are seeking to blame others for their own repeated failures. the college system is going to have little patience for 3-time losers that have earned few if any credits.