Hi, sorry if this is in the wrong section.
I am often finding myself hoping that I completely screwed up my A levels in order to get out of both my firm and insurance choices, but also badly enough so that clearing doesn't make sense.
Since applying to Ucas I have lost much of my passion for studying Economics (the subject of my firm choice), and I was never really that passionate about studying Econ at uni in the first place. (I know I should never have applied for this in the first place but the only teacher who would give me any advice was my Econ teacher who was clearly biased, and our careers service was mostly interested in medicine and other NHS careers, so I never really got any advice on what to do.)
I also really don't want to go through clearing as I could not cope with either a shared bathroom or catered accommodation (I'm the kind of person who really needs my own space and am a really fussy eater), and still don't really know what subject to pursue at uni.
My parents have basically said that if I don't go to uni this year that I have to get a fulltime job in a place such as McDonalds, and that they'd be taking most of my wages as board.
I have really no clue what to do and am worried I am leaving everything too late, and feel unable to truthfully talk to my parents, as even mentioning the possibility of getting rid of my insurance because I've realised the university isn't what I want (accommodation reasons, amongst others) made them start shouting at me for over an hour.
Has anyone any advice?
Confused about uni.
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