The worst thing about your school is the financial aspect. I am a single parent of 3 children who is trying to better herself. My financial advisor wants to get me to apply for a loan. I, for personal reasons, cannot afford a loan. I, in-fact, am still trying to pay off my past loan from 1992. I've used up all of my foreberances and deferments. So, now I am stuck trying to find someone who will help me pay for college or I might end up quitting.
The worst thing about my school is that most of the credits for classes can not be transfered to another school and people in my school party too much.
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