I don't know
When I graduated high school, I had a plan: I wanted to graduate from the University of Georgia with a dual degree in Biology and Psychology, and hopefully a minor in Visual Arts. However, my plans were put on hold when my parents decided that they wanted me to stay at home for the first year and attend the College of Coastal Georgia, a local college. Now that I'm here, I've realized that some of the classes I am taking may not transfer to UGA. Either way, I'm not going to let this keep me from succeeding.
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