academic probation explanation
Academic probation explanation
RE: RE-ADMISSION TO THE GSU CLASS
I take the opportunity to express my regrets as I request for a readmission to the GSU. I don’t take this request for granted because my initial decision was a big hindrance to achieving my dream. Things had to happen this way because I had not taken my stand of my decisions and I included my father in most of my decisions. My main aim of this letter is to explain the reason that led to me dropping out of the school before accomplishing the GSU training.
Parents are very influential people in lives of their children. I would not blame my parents that much, however, my dad to be specific, seemed to have misguided me. He had his interests of me. On one hand, he thought he was offering a helping hand while, on the other hand, he was determining my future with a scale that was not worth it. I had joined the GSU with an aim to pursue a course leading to Physical therapy in which I had a great interest. I liked the course because it deals with rehabilitation that corrects any impairment in the body especially the limbs and joints. Therapy improves mobility and physical fitness of the body. I would, therefore, be a therapist with passion in my work. The course also included research and management that in addition to all were my points of strength. I did not want to disappoint my father.
It was not until my father decided to pull me out of the GSU. It was an ordeal not worth forgetting. He was my tower of strength and my source of upkeep, and it, therefore, goes without saying that I had to listen to his proposal. According to him, Physical therapy was not a lucrative course, and he was not going to pay any fee if I did not drop the course. He suggested that instead, I join the Southern Poly tech for a course in leading to Computer Technician. The decision tore me apart, but I had no excuse, after all he was the money provider. I had to comply with the hope that all would be well. I pursued the course for two years and realized that I did not have passion in the course. My main field of interest was medicine therapy in Physical therapy. I wanted to deal with the human body and not a machine but at the same time wanted to make my father happy by doing what he wanted of me.
I completed the course at the Southern Poly and graduated but not I thought interest and passion. I could not work in that field. I became so desperate that I had nothing to do. When I proposed to my father that I wanted to get back to the GSU, he was so mad and told me he would not pay my fee. I then looked for a job that I do part time, and I am now ready to raise my college fee.
I once again request that I would appreciate the chance if readmitted. I am willing to make my decision though I would welcome parental guidance. I promise to work extremely hard if I get the chance. I would want to realize my dream of becoming a Physical Therapist graduate in the GSU School. Kindly I pray that you understand my plight, and I appreciate in advance. I am looking forward to receiving a satisfactory feedback.
Moffat, Marilyn, and Steve Vickery. Book of Body Maintenance and Repair. New York:
HenryHolt, 1999. Print.
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