Hello, so I am brand new to the site and I came here to get opinions from people who have been there and done that and to gather some advice from you guys, so any help would be great. This post is more of an opinion to the person answering, but again any feedback would be great. So I am finishing up my last few years of college here soon. I have always been fascinated with aviation and as soon as I had a discovery flight, I was instantly hooked. It has been a few years since then and my passion/desire has only grown. I met up with a flight school and they seem very professional and willing to help me out to get started! They informed me that this February they are holding a ground school for PPL, and upon completing it I would take the written exam, and then this summer I would begin flight training. They said that this doesn't come around a lot. Now I really want to do this, but there are too many factors that my parents, and even myself have been considering. I have to work 40 hrs a week this summer (4 ten hour days, 3 days off). I could easily still do flight training, but then I am required by my college to take one summer class, and since I am going into my senior year next year, I cannot just push it off. I am also concerned of waiting until next summer because when I graduate I plan on moving out and looking for jobs in possibly other states with my girlfriend. So if you're still reading, what should I do? Should I hold of until next summer and miss out on the opportunity of the ground school an possibly make it harder to even just get my PPL? Or should I just give it a shot and do it this summer? Or am I over thinking this? I really just don't want to wait any longer to get my PPL because I want to make this my career someday. I know ill probably have to get a job to be able to pay for my licenses but at least I would have my PPL. What do you guys think? Any help would be great, and sorry for this long downed out post.