If my dad is able to pay off my fall tuition like he said he wants to, then I'll be able to register for spring classes.

If that happens, I still have to do a financial aid appeal to see if I can get my loans back for spring.

If I can't, I'll be in this exact same situation at the end of May, with a big tuition bill to pay off--but one more semester ahead.

If I don't take classes in the spring, I'll be getting a second job to pay off my tuition bill.

If I get a second job, at least I won't be freaked and panicking about money all the time.

I get an A in French, a B in ancient history, a B in creative writing, and a C in modern history, my GPA will be out of the danger zone. I won't be dismissed or even on probation anymore.

If that doesn't happen, if I only get a C in ancient history (quite borderline right now), then I'll have to do an academic dismissal appeal. That shouldn't be a problem since I'd only be .02 below the cutoff. But there's no guarantee.

But if I get academically dismissed, and if my appeal is rejected, I have no idea what I'm going to do. Of course I'm going to try as hard as I can to avoid that, but a 96 on my ancient history final is a tall order with this particular professor. So who knows what's going to happen.

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