During Winter Quarter, Math 91 proved to be far too difficult for me. Therefore, I dropped the class, which although not affecting my GPA, placed me on academic probation. In order to not lose financial aid, I was placed with the task of not earning a grade below 2.0 for the next two quarters.
In Spring Quarter, I actually forgot to take the final exam for Philosophy 101. There were three possible test dates, and I did not attend either of them. A few days after the fact, I realized what had happened, and requested my instructor that I may make up the exam. Not only was I allowed to take the test, but I ended up earning a 4.0 in the class. It's only Divine Providence, in my opinion, which could have allowed that to happen.
In Summer Quarter, near the end, I was very worried about my grades, even thinking that, perhaps, I'd fail psychology. Even my instructor expressed doubt that I'd earn at least a 2 point.
Today, Summer Quarter grades were released, and it turns out that not only did I pass psychology, but I did so with a 3.1. My accumulate GPA for two years of college so far is 3.3, higher than I would have expected it to be. Had God not been there for me, I doubt that I'd still be in college. I may even have ended up on the streets, like some of my friends, begging for drug money. Who knows? But what I can say is that I am forever in debt to God, for helping me despite my being such a foolish person.