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After dismissed from Ohio State, I continued to work for whole summer. My sister later received her teaching assistance job back, and could continue her study at Ohio State.
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If I do get approve for reinstate at State University, my goal is to study and get a bachelor degree in Globalization Studied. I know that this is a new and very interesting major. However, the reason I am so interested in the major is because I do love study about other societies. I love to learn about other cultures, and overall information about global countries. I want study about other countries and see what are the problems those countries are facing inside as a nation and global. I also love to learn languages and hope to join study abroad program. This major would fulfill my dream not only to learn about other cultures, but also a chance to visit other cultures. I have looked through the major carefully and know exactly what classes I need to take, and what I should do to be successful student. I will manage and plan my time on when to study and when to relax. I would not let working time to interfere with studying time. If I do face hardship during or after classes, I would let the instructors know about it. I would join the tutoring program if available for the future classes that I will be taking. I would also let my sister and family members know if I ever have to face problems either from school or from work. If I do get reinstate back to Ohio State, the courses I hope to take during my first quarter would be all the pre requirement classes that I have not finished. I only have to finish one of each writing, math, and science classes that are required before I start on the major classes. I also would try to start taking the language class that is also required in the major. I wish to attend full-time in every quarter up on availability of financial aid and loan that offer to me.
After reinstate back to State University, I would carefully manage time between work and study more properly than I was before. I would double the time of study every day and weekend outside classes. I know that the situation is not that easy for many student who have to work and study at the same time. However, I believe I could manage the time properly. Without a degree, I know that it is very difficult for me to able to meet my dream career. Without a degree, it is almost impossible to find a stable job in the future. I am now doing a different part-time job and have no problem helping my roommate paying the bills. However, I do know that if I do face any problem, my sister is always there to help me out. I do learn a lot by living on my own. I learn how to save up money and managing times. I also learned that it is difficult to live without a degree which leaves me with less opportunity to find a decent job. I feel that grow up and more mature than I was before. Been in a bad situation tough me a lot about how bad life could be. At the same time, it also tough me that there is always a new chance, and new beginning, if I look hard enough and fight for it.
I know that going back to State University would need a lot of work and time to study. That is why I would spend my time wisely and study hard to be successful student. However, I do know that there is a time to study and there is a time to relax. I would give myself a break as if I needed to. I know that I can do well and do better than I was in the past if I have a second chance to prove myself. I really do hope to get back in track and continue to earn the degree I dream of. To be able to go back to school is like starting a new life for me. Able to earn the degree from State University would help me to carry out my dream goal and possibly lead me to a successful future. I hope to hear good news from Ohio State about my reinstatement process. Finally, I like to say thank you to the academic advisor and all the committee for taking time to look over my request and possibly approve of reinstatement. Thank you very much.