I pretended to have learning

I pretended to have learning disabilities, because I didn't want to fail my first year at college. The truth is that I was so bored at school that i skipped several days every week. I even lied at a professional IQ-test, and scored below average. It all ended up with them telling me that I had learning disabilities, and that I needed arranged schooling. But that was not what I wanted, I wanted to pass my first year of college. When I got home the same day they had given me the result of the IQ-test, I wondered what my real IQ were, so I took a Mensa home test, and I scored 133. Now, when I'm 19, and still at my first year of college (I should have graduated this year) I think that if my IQ really is ca 133, I would not have been so stupid that I faked learning disabilities.
And one more thing, I still skip school because of boredom, but now I blame my non-existing sleep problems, so I really have not got any better....

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  • I skip class all the time, and I supposedly have a 160+ IQ. IQ doesn't mean academic capability, and it certainly doesn't mean academic interest.

  • F*** the public school system.

  • So what you lied, who doesn't. You sound pretty boring too maybe you should rethink your future or go to another college. perhaps you should take a break and figure out what you really want to do with yourself. Stop that lying too.

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