It's too late to withdraw and I've already missed two days of class and I know I'm far behind bc of this. I've changed my major so this class I'm taking right now won't even count towards my new major. Should I keep taking the class or stop going? My friend is encouraging me to atleast try to bc she says getting a D is better than an F. But I don't see myself even passing this class whether I try or not. Even when I'm trying my best in this class, I'm still failing. I have no idea what is going on or what I'm doing. What should I do? What do you suggest?
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Will advise you not to give up cause it's never too late to set a new record. All you need is to be determined. I believe you can still make it you just need to create n spend more time with your books that after you try to derive all pleasure in reading and studying.
I don't know what it's like in a lot of colleges, but I wouldn't be surprised if you can apply to a college into some sort of "exploratory studies". In my college the "exploratory studies" program lasts around a year or two and it's geared to people who don't know what major they want and help them decide. Now I say a year or two because that's generally how long it takes people to decide. Also, not to stress you out, but understand that the major you are getting is what you plan on doing for at least 30-40 years, so if you absolutely hate sciences and math I would steer away from that. If you are good at foreign languages, there are hundreds of good paying jobs out there for translators, and international relations. Engineering and Computer Science may pay better (I don't know average salary pay for International Relations), but this is where you think to yourself how much your general happiness is worth. If Computer Science pays $100k a year and International Relations pays $90k but you'll be happier and the work will come naturally easier to you, I would suggest doing that job instead.