I find filling out a college application an odd experience. Answering some of these questions, like past college experience, requires details I barely remember pieced together from things like Amazon order history. At the very least, I’ve probably been using Amazon way to long.
My oldest order is from sometime in 2002. Books for a writing assignment, if I recall correctly. All the purchases are dated and have an address though, which helps me create an awkward sort of timeline. Of course, I’m sure they’ll want transcripts at some point.
In theory, I could get transfer credit for at least some of the basic math classes and such. Not much though. I don’t think I ever took a proper english course and the highest level math class I have a decent grade in is probably college algebra.
That’s the unfortunate bit is that the last college I attended I was basically a dropout by the end of the first year. It didn’t live up to my expectations and I lost the will to bother. I doubt any of those credits are worth much of anything. It was a highly specialized school anyway though, so I doubt there was much transferable to begin with.
Likewise I took the time to ask my wife if she would be okay with it as well. I didn’t think she would be opposed, but it never hurts to run major long term time-consuming decisions through first.
I’m gonna call it there though. Early morning again and it’s been a busy day. Y’all take care, and try not to surprise anyone with major life choices they weren’t included in.