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I would yell and scream at my parents to get off my back about collegeI would never want hear word college from parents They were firm andstraight up parents They all make sure was doing well in school andreceiving the best education They would all way lecturers me about howI have go college How have get all As in all of my classes My hardworking successful parents told me that I had to go college for theytold me I wanted to get a good job they pushed me to do well in schooland they are college graduatesFrom first day of high school my parent told me you better be in allhigh level classes so you can go good college They always speak to meabout college College was never ending topic in my family Going toCollege was very important to them because both of them are collegegraduate They both know that college is what helped them be successfultoday That why push me to go college and receiving my degree So can besuccessful and be able to raise a family of my own on dayMy parent pushed me to be in all high level classes which meant I had alot more homework They made me take foreign language class too Theytold me would look better when I want to apply for colleges I wouldcome home every day having hours of homework That I didnt want to doI was very stress take all these hard class in high school But at endday they were right If they were not there to push me I have wouldfall through crack of life I would not be attending a college Last year I did a gap year in Israel I did not want to start collegeI decided to break from school and life for year I had an amazing timeIsrael I love culture and spirituality of Israel I was on Jews studyprogram I really want to spend another year there
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