She Had A 4.0 GPA, Yet Got Rejected From All Of The Top Colleges She Applied To, So She Opened Up About Feeling Like A Failure

Sarah had a 4.0 GPA and participated in a wealth of impressive extracurriculars. She was a Girl Scout, a dance teacher, and was part of a private dance team. She also played two sports, did tons of community service, and was involved in a school club.

Even though she is clearly a talented person with many achievements already under her belt, Sarah asserted that she was a failure for not getting accepted into any of the schools she applied to.

Several TikTok users took to the comments section to give words of encouragement and advice to Sarah.

“School does not equate to success!! Don’t beat yourself over it, babe. Community college then transferring is a great option, plus you save money!!” commented one user.

“Trust me; go to community and transfer next year,” advised another.

“I promise you that you are not a failure! You are an amazing, smart person, and you have your whole future ahead of you! Plz don’t let this hold you back!” exclaimed a third.

It seems that Sarah has taken the advice of some of those on social media and is currently in community college, following her passion as an environmental science major.

And, of course, we’re rooting for her on the sidelines!


#greenscreen my heart is completely broken. 14 years of school to be rejected from every college. “gifted student” doesn’t mean shit #fyp #college

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