I am currently taking Electrical Engineering at a local college outside of the United States. I will be direct and explicit about my issue here: I am getting terrible grades, possibly failing three classes this semester and I don't see myself adjusting properly in my current college. I am worried about internships and ABET accreditation; my current college is not accredited and doesn't have the same internships/possible job opportunities that the other college that I might transfer to has . I am deciding to transfer to that other college that is ABET accredited and supposedly "easier"; my current college is known for being difficult for the wrong reasons. MY QUESTIONS: 1-Should I transfer? I am worried about my current GPA (2.6 out of 4.0), and I want to get a masters degree in a good school. Also, how important is ABET accreditation? 2-What should I do to avoid these problems that have plaguing me since my second year of high school: terrible study habits, constant distractions, a lot of time wasted trying to solve problems or getting stuck studying. I can't pay attention enough in lectures, and I get headaches and increased blood pressure the day before exam; I got it today and I barely studied anything for my final exam. I am afraid that these habits might affect me even when I transfer or try to get Masters/PhD. The thing about my current college is that it has limited facilities and no ABET accreditation. My personal experience with it has been awful and psychologically destructive; it is similar to working in a place you don't like. I want to leave this place, fix my GPA and studying issues: I want to be able to handle pressure, and I want to be punctual and use my time properly.