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Pros for Dropping Out

You no longer need to study off-target subjects like languages (that we speak, not VB or VC) and can spend more and more time on polishing your VB skills. You of course, break your regular schedule but your 'studies' can be more focused. You can also pursue qualification programs from Microsoft such as MCP or MCSD with more ease; they do help!

Cons for Dropping Out

You may miss out on some education. There always lies a number of risks - if you're running a business, there's always the risk it might fall and you may need to get a job, and for that, you may need educational qualifications.

Conclusive Comment

I'd say - dropout only if you have talent, guts and some financial backing from either your parents, or the bank. If you're planning on dropping out before finishing high school, you can use your college tuition savings in your business. Plan out everything for the next 10 years before dropping out and see if you can fulfill your goals, even if unexpected happenings occur.

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This article was originally published on November 22, 2002

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