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I wasn't a very motivated student in high school and had little direction, I got poor grades and just barely skimmed by. I made the mistake of going to art school because I felt it was the only thing I was any good at. I was miserable, came to terms with that, and am in the process of dropping out.
I've been looking at more practical majors and was considering Psychology, it's a subject that has always fascinated me. I enjoy one on one conversations, I'm an open minded person, and I'm emotionally stable. I can't see myself being an engineer, chemist, or architect but I do want to help people.
So I'm looking at two year schools, I plan on getting an associates and transferring to OSU or Kent to complete my bachelor, then work on graduate school. I realize psychology has a reputation for being that major people just get B.A in so I want to make the most of my schooling.
Right now, my goal is a masters in Psychology, anything beyond that would be wonderful but I'm trying to be realistic.
Anyone with experience, pointers?
Is my plan solid enough?
Edit: My horrible play on the word sane applies here D: