graduating at 23?Watch
I've just started my gap yr and I'm picking unis and I really like the looks of the course at edinburgh, but I dont like how i would graduate at 23 (other people my age might have already done their masters!) what do you think? I could do advanced entry at glasgow which might be good.
Ridiculous. It's one year and so many individuals take gap years; although you may 'feel' like you are behind compared to the others that are of the same age group you really are not. I have some colleagues that decided to do a graduate entry degree in medicine in their 30's, what would they think when they see you complaining about losing out on a year for the course? hahaha. If anything I would suggest you use your gap year wisely, whether it for travelling, work, gaining the relevent experience for your field of study, literally anything that helps you! but please, 1 year is nothing..