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    (Original post by paniking_and_not_revising)
    I'm also thinking about dropping Plan Law. SO much work and I just can't be arsed.

    Preparing for Plan A? I write. And I read. Not much really. I've got about 40 novel beginnings right now but no complete novel.

    Journalism could get you on the publishing ladder.
    Lol, I was much the same regarding the lack of arsed-ness concerning law .
    Good luck with the writing and yes, maybe I could get into it through journalism :yep:
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    Ideally, achievement of plan B should be a prerequisite of plan A.
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    People without a Plan B will soon have oen if Plan A fails.

    Having a Plan B doesnt necessarily mean you are less likely to persevere.

    I didn't have a plan B (career wise). Plan A failed but was probably the best thing that ever happened to me.
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    What happened to Plan C?
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    I have to yet to find a plan A. Although at the same time why the hell do you need a plan anyway? I did a degree I found easy because I didnt know what I wanted to do, now im graduating and had planned to go to Aus because I didnt know what career I wanted. Found a cool job t'other day which im applying for, if I get that then stay here, if I dont then go for a gap year. Something will turn up, it always does.
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    I'd say successful. I'd hate not to have a plan B, because if plan A turned out to be impossible, then I'd be lost.
    Therefore I always make sure I have plan B when it comes to important things.
    For example, I want to do medicine. Plan A - undergraduate route -- Plan B - postgraduate/transfer route. Both have the same outcome (i.e. me getting into med school), so I don't think I would have many regrets if I did plan B tbh
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    That's my kind of style. When all else fail, I still have a back up plan.
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    (Original post by somethingbeautiful)
    Lol, I was much the same regarding the lack of arsed-ness concerning law .
    Good luck with the writing and yes, maybe I could get into it through journalism :yep:
    Thanks! Good luck with journalism! (You could try writing a blog)
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    I had a plan B. It was working at Tesco.
    I love my plan B, and may seen get to enact "Plan B".
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    I always have only plan A because I have precise and clear goals in life. I don't need substitutes :p:
 
 
 
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