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I was always an individual who never really cared much about the future Id always stay put in the present and do the daily necessary stuff and thats about it Last year I was in the final year of my high school in Pakistan and this question started bugging me What am I going to do when my high school ends I had no answer This was the moment that made me ponder upon my future It was about time I started thinking about my career oriented futureI had always wished to pursue further studies abroad and this seemed to be the only suitable answer to my question So I began my process of applying to several universities in America for further studies I applied to Nicholls State University Louisiana State University and University Of New Orleans I initially thought that this would be an easy task but I had no idea that it would turn into an uphill struggleI was in my last year of high school and I needed to appear in the SAT and TOEFL exams in order to apply for Universities in America I didnt have much time as the SAT exams were just a month away Furthermore I had guests staying at my place which was always a hindrance and didnt let me prepare for my SAT exam I gave it my best attempt and scored around 1700 which was adequate to apply for UniversitiesThen I needed to apply to different universities in America and needed to prepare all sorts of documents for it The final step was to take an interview date for a student visa from the American embassy and after doing so I felt relieved Now I was just waiting for my interview and anxious about it The very next day I received a call from the embassy saying that they had called off my interview because they identified a mistake in my passport and it
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