Unsure about how you'll ever be able to do well at university?
Well, don't worry.
Grabben Gullen local Savannah Roberge-Boutsikakis was in the same boat, but was able to overcome her doubts with the help of the Country Universities Centre (CUC).
Ms Roberge-Boutsikakis, who graduated with a Bachelor of Agriculture degree from the University of New England in May, said she struggled at times throughout her course.
"I was struggling with chemistry in my degree," she said.
"I also had a lot of practical parts to my course and I didn't think I would be able to do it online."
However, with the help of CUC, all her troubles and doubts went away.
"They installed the confidence in me to complete my degree," she said.
"I got in touch with the CUC and they gave me tutors to help with my chemistry."
Ms Roberge-Boutsikakis shared her journey during her graduation speech to CUC Uni Future students graduating from the twelve-week program run at the centre for year twelve students looking to head to university.
CUC chair Guy Milson congratulated her and spoke of her achievements, noting the ability to educate regional students to such a high standard is of enormous benefit to the wider community.
Ms Roberge-Boutsikakis has managed to build lasting connections and networks in the world of agriculture, an area she is so passionate about and since graduating has been offered several highly sought-after positions.
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