MY FIVE YEAR PLANMAKAYLA G. MALLOY
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014
MY FIVE YEAR PLAN The biggest question asked of us high school students is the,” Are you going to college?” “Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years? Where do you plan on attending?” questions. Now some of us already have a plan set in action and others our age don’t even know if they want to go to college or not. I am asked these questions 30 million times a day. I’ve always wanted to go to college to become either an Ob/Gyn or a Medical Malpractice Lawyer. One thing is for sure though that college isn’t cheap nor is it easy to get into. Many people have an opinion on what college they want to go to but the only thing that’s stopping them is either money or academics. I know for a fact that we don’t have thousands of dollars for college, so I was always told that I needed to get a full ride to college. School has always been a big thing in my family for me because my mommy never went to college. She had me at a young age and both of her parents were dead when she had me, therefore she kind of had no choice but to raise me rather than put me off on someone else as there responsibility. From all of that happening to my mom, her dad dying while she was 13 and her mom when she was 16, and having me at 17 she had no other choice but to grow up very fast. My mother now looking back on how life was hard for her wants me to go to college and better myself to be able to depend on myself and not being worried and a teen mom. Being that education is the top priority in my household there is no room for slacking off. Education comes before anything extra. The harder I work now the better the future will be. Only the lord knows what the future will hold but as of right now I am working to a successful future with lots of open doors and opportunities. In my 5 year plan after high school graduation, I would hopefully have a scholarship to the college of my choice. I...
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