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    Economics. The world always needs economists.
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    I would love to be a great composer, my works lack something but I don't know what.
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    Maths , hands down. the employment opportunities would be endlesssssss
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    Maths or Chemistry
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    Maths
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    Medicine, just to make my career a whole lot easier

    Although if choosing something non-directly career-related then probably languages :yep:
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    Maths.

    Close 2nd would be English.
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    Biology
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    Maths or perhaps programming, but probably maths.

    Both for employability.
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    English

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Languages :smug:
    No surprise there! You could go around the world and just...communicate with everyone! :cool:
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    I think it would be nice to be a great poet - I admire famous poets and wish I could come up with such clever chains of words in such a neat way - however, I imagine like anything a fantastic amount of hard work and practise and self discipline is also involved.
    That would be pretty cool It must take a lot of careful thought
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    (Original post by JustaDreamer)
    :five: I agree with you all! I'd love to do it at Uni if I could

    Ah maths and science! I love the logical reasoning behind them; and for that reason part of me wishes for me those to be my natural subjects.
    Don't worry, English is actually my thing anyway I think you need more than just English skills though so if I had to say only one subject it'd be Maths, but I think English is the most important overall.
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Maths
    no suprise there
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    (Original post by Plainview)
    Don't worry, English is actually my thing anyway I think you need more than just English skills though so if I had to say only one subject it'd be Maths, but I think English is the most important overall.
    Ah right I see Thanks! I see how Maths is more versatile in the world of employment etc.
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      Maths
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      Maths. It extends into so many various fields* and provides job security.








      *Computer science, physics, finance, statistics, engineering, cryptology and code-breaking, analyst roles and quite a few others (particularly in computer science, even robotics and AI).
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      maths of physics

      I'd take over the world
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      Spanish
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      Music :yep:

      Always loved it so much but I've never been good enough to do it seriously!

      So I'm doing physics instead, guess it would be kind of handy to be exceptional at that now
     
     
     
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