Im going to be as general as possible here and cut the crap.
I'm due to go to Uni in september but i haven't got everything finalised yet because i'm not 100% about going. Regardless of the details and reasons, do you think that, if i'm not completely set on going, i should risk it and go or not?
When people ask about Uni i always say 'if i go...' sub-consciously.
Take the risk or wait until it feels completely right?
I don't think that's a question anyone else can answer for you really. I wasn't 100% sure, and I ended up really enjoying it (and returning for postgrad) but it's not going to be the same for everyone.
Can you expand on the reasons why you're not 100%?
I think it might depend on your reason for perhaps not going. Does a university experience and degree mean a lot to you as an important part of your whole life? or are you not that fussed? Is the uni one that you wanted? Is the course a good one for you? Is it perhaps even merely a case of self doubt wobbles as the start date draws near?(happens to me all the time but I have found it is best to go on with one's plans and don't look back). Break through the psychological barriers holding us back. Head vs heart? Don't neglect the heart factor!
Sorry for only offering yet more questions - and going on a bit. Best wishes on your decision.
Please don't apologise for responding to my question with more of your own, im well aware this is a decision i have to make for myself yet i continue to seek help.
I think if i had to break it down, my doubt lies with the course i chose. I'm doing sport and exercise science with a view to do a masters in Physio. The thing is, i'm not massively sporty, i just really love anatomy and physiology/psychology/biomechanics and, what if i don't do the masters afterwards? Would a degree in sports science be worth nothing more than a lot of debt?
If it's the course choice you are concerned with can you not speak to your prospective uni and discuss your misgivings? Maybe they will advise you to choose another course, and let you know if there are any available, or, you never know, once you get everything off your chest and speak to tutors immediately involved in the course it may settle your mind and then you can plow straight into uni!