I applied to my local university for their BCOM (Bachelor of Commerce) program, and was accepted. Between scholarships and support from my parents, I would be paying barely anything to go. My biggest expense would probably be travel costs. In a perfect world, deferring my admission for a year, and taking the year to go hard in IM would definitely be the most beneficial, but from what I've read and heard, they rarely let you defer admission unless you have health issues or something like that. That being said, I will be applying for the deferral. I plan on saying I work online and I want to take advantage of "the current trends in the market", need to work to pay my way through university, and whatever else comes to mind haha. The dilemma I have is, I'm working with a method that's earning me a "living" and I can scale up relatively easily, but I don't think it will last much longer than a year or so. Although at the same time, it's not a method I need to focus 8 hours a day into to scale up. I have plenty of other ways to make money online, that I know I wouldn't have time to work on with university in the picture, but I would definitely be earning a decent amount while going to school. The big question I have is, does anyone know if will the workload from university tire me out enough to not want to do IM on the side?