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Many of us come across people who come across a "bump" in the road and give up rather than seeing it as a "Test" or challenge we need to overcome to grow.

We all know the importance of having a VCE qualification (including VET, VCAL), but what are some ways to encourage potential or actual drop-outs to keep on going for just a few more months?

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Well, i think just look at your opportunity costs associated with continuing and drop out. Place a value, i.e. consider what will be your future goals or jobs that you wish to obtain and then consider the immediate gains such as earning a FULL TIME job as a trader. Surprisingly, you might think the short-term gain of dropping out and earn some 'big' bucks outweights the other alternative: that is heading to university and suffer for another few more years of education.

BUT, studies have shown that the year of education is positively correlated with your future income. You might think you are earning 50k a year and that is alot of money. However, by actually finishing VCE and head to university, your income will increase expotentially in the LR.

My advice is to hang in there and do your absolute best in the upcomming exams. There is no point dropping out now just because you are scared of the notion of exams or due to Short-term gains. Remember, you have already paid for the tuition fees, therefore why not fully utilise it and just see how future unfolds from this day onwards?

GOOD LUCK

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