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Last semester I had to face the death of two people who were important in my life my grandparents I never had to deal with a death that was someone so close to me before Because of their deaths it caused me academic difficulty I was very close to these two people They had practically raised me from the time I was born while my parents were working trying to make ends meet They were and always will be a significant influence in my life There was a bond that I had with them that no one else had They were my mentors they were my parents somewhat and they were my best friends The news of their death had a bad effect on me I had applied for early readmission at the beginning of the spring semester but it was in vain After being suspended from the university I was forced to come home to St Petersburg and attend a junior college Because of my suspension I was worried that I would not be able to attend classes this semester therefore putting me behind in my studies I was fortunate enough to be able to enroll into two classes Im making excellent grades However I dont feel that Im being challenged enough Its been about six months since the passing of my grandparents And I feel that Im ready to come back to UCF to attend classes It was a dream of theirs to see me get to college and make something of myself But I cannot fulfill that dream if Im not there Im a dedicated student My education is the single most important thing to me And because of circumstances beyond my control I was experiencing academic difficulty with a problem no one could fix I think that my situation is an extenuating circumstance Im not making excuses Im simply stating the truth My primary academic goal is to use my
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