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How would you consider the stability of your home life?
Did you play competitive sports in high school?
Are your parents divorced or separated?
How many hours of television do you watch per day?
Are you quick to make new friends?
Have you ever been in trouble with the law (i.e. probation, parole, youth court or other)?
How often, if ever, do you smoke marijuana?
What was the primary reason contributing to you dropping out of high school?
What are your educational/career goals for the long term?
Are your parents or guardians able to support you financially while you attend community college?
What is the highest level of education your parent/guardian has achieved?
Are you prone to depression?
Do you have to care for a child?
Have there been any recent events in your life which will make continuing your studies difficult? Examples include pregnancy, death in the family, etc.
Do you have reliable transportation to and from a nearby community college? (This includes public transport or carpooling).
How strong is your support system at home?
How many hours per week do you plan on working if you enroll in community college?
Do you have any friends who have dropped out of high school?
Do you usually confront challenges with a positive or negative attitude?
What was your average high school GPA before you dropped out?
How often, if ever, do you use drugs other than marijuana?
How many hours per day do you spend on the internet engaged in activities such as games, social networking, and watching media?
How intelligent do you consider yourself?
How often do you read per day (outside of school)?
In your estimation, what percentage of your knowledge did you learn on your own (i.e. outside of the classroom)?
How would you describe your self-esteem?
Do you have any learning disabilities? (i.e. dyslexia, ADHD, etc.)
How old are you?
Are your parents supportive of your decision to leave high school?
Are you comfortable spending time alone?