If you were to get married after high school would that affect your academic scholarships?


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2013-02-28 04:45:54
2013-02-28 04:45:54

No, because life is all about the lots of challenge facing problems and you must marry to take another problem to make your ability to sustain with it.

Yes, because hun, we all know your gona get pregnant or already has a baby and no college wants a sluttty teen. got it?

^that's a terrible answer. After high school you're the adult. You make the decisions and no one can tell you otherwise. In fact, most colleges aren't going to look down upon you because you have a child. If you can pay for the school and everything else they are not going to really care. You're the adult now, you make the choice.


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it looses your focus in school

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