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    Kinda sound like me. Im doing politics and i honestly feel bored of it and i dont feel like im learning anything. I can read books anytime so does it cost me £3000 plus to do it in a uni enviorment is beyound me. I would drop out but trying to find a alternative is a tricky part. I'm completely not focused on assingments. I want out. I'm thinking about doing a dgeree with the open university.
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    Ok relax. I understand the way you are feeling. You have been in University for about 3 months if you can not keep up with the course then I would advice you to do something which you are interested in. I know that alot of teengers choose degrees such as Law, medicen and dentistry because they think that those degrees will get them a good job. You have to be interested in what you are doing or else you will not get anywhere. I am not advising you to drop out but I am telling you to reconcider your options, if you have gained good Alevels why not reapply to other courses that you would be interested in.
    If you do decide to drop out maybe look in to doing voluntry work , or work and try and gain money.
 
 
 
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