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LOL, is that sarcastic? I don't want someone who isn't as intelligent as myself (that sounds like I'm really clever, but you know what I mean).
No, I was been sincere. I don't want a man on my arm who I have to explain EVERYTHING to...just a few things so I sound superior (sound like I'm a right ***** don't I, you'd be right thinking it LOL)
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Sounds like a plan.
And if it doesn't work, I'll clean millionaires houses.
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No, I was been sincere. I don't want a man on my arm who I have to explain EVERYTHING to...just a few things so I sound superior (sound like I'm a right ***** don't I, you'd be right thinking it LOL)
LOL, yes it is good to have a specialist subject... one were they'd never know as much as you
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I will have been qualified for 5years, therefore I expect to have a nice flat and perhaps a new TVR in my garage as well as working towards consultantship.
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Eek i don't have a clue what i'd be doing. Wouldn't mind doing medicine but i'm really not sure so yup i'm pretty unsure.
go for it!

i wish i did biology/chemistry now...

as for in 10 years time? i want to be very successful!
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(Original post by happysunshine)
LOL, yes it is good to have a specialist subject... one were they'd never know as much as you
Yes, maybe I'm just a little too power hungry! But its still great correcting people isn't it.
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I will have been qualified for 5years, therefore I expect to have a nice flat and perhaps a new TVR in my garage as well as working towards consultantship.
TVR? haha not heard about all the problems those things have? dont worry though, you'll be comforted by the sight of me going past your tow truck in an aston martin ;p
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in 10 years time i want to be happy, rich or poor, single or in a relationship i want to be happy, with good friends i know i can trust!

may seem a stupid thing to want for the future but thats it and i dont mind what road takes me their!
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Does anyon know someone who is doing a foensic science course? I'd like to know what it is like
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TVR? haha not heard about all the problems those things have? dont worry though, you'll be comforted by the sight of me going past your tow truck in an aston martin ;p
Aston martin in 10years, may I ask what you do/are planning to do? Anyway I couldn't care about the TVR 'problems' they are fantastic cars and its only a stopgap before my ferrari.
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Yes, maybe I'm just a little too power hungry! But its still great correcting people isn't it.
Yes me too, although I rule a lot of stuff now so it'd be nice to step down for a bit
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Aston martin in 10years, may I ask what you do/are planning to do? Anyway I couldn't care about the TVR 'problems' they are fantastic cars and its only a stopgap before my ferrari.
hehe

well as yet, i dont know but ill get there! (the aston showroom, i mean)
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hehe

well as yet, i dont know but ill get there! (the aston showroom, i mean)
LOL! That'll be my weekday car.
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Yes me too, although I rule a lot of stuff now so it'd be nice to step down for a bit
Yes, its nice to learn things, or just act like someone is teaching you something. LOL. No my best friend is cleverer than me. Its quite good, it means I can ring her and scrounge answers, with out none of the brain power having to flood my body, so time consuming.
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LOL! That'll be my weekday car.
car? ill be using the chopper matey ;p
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Yes, its nice to learn things, or just act like someone is teaching you something. LOL. No my best friend is cleverer than me. Its quite good, it means I can ring her and scrounge answers, with out none of the brain power having to flood my body, so time consuming.
That must be so useful, I'd love to know someone like that... I'd get my homework and everything done just to try and win them. Or get them to do it for me with bribes.
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if you want to do forensic science, either aply to uni to do chemistry or forensic science! chemistry is often prefered though, so try and do chemistry at a-level after GCSE, maths is also handy and often another science!! my best friend wants to do forensics so weve done alot of research in it! try to keep your subjects broad as much as possible though in case you change your mind!
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if you want to do forensic science, either aply to uni to do chemistry or forensic science! chemistry is often prefered though, so try and do chemistry at a-level after GCSE, maths is also handy and often another science!! my best friend wants to do forensics so weve done alot of research in it! try to keep your subjects broad as much as possible though in case you change your mind!
I'll do anything to become a be in forensics...except maths! Lets lay that straight down!
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Firstly, alive which is always a good thing. Secondly, i'd like to be retired and do whatever i want, when i want.
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I'll do anything to become a be in forensics...except maths! Lets lay that straight down!
then you will probably need to take the chemistry route and do forensics after university as forensics is alot of analytical chemistry and alot of the forensic courses want maths, but chemistry courses dont often require it further than GCSE! but will want another science normally!
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