Everyday I re-evaluate my situation.. My view on University is becoming worse.. Im no longer sure the course i applied for is the one i wish to take, im not sure whether the universitis i applied to are the ones i wish to go to... Its just all so complicated and mixed up.
I have a part time job at Gap and I just keep thinking... What if i just stuck to this? Not necessarily at the same place, but is retail management that bad an idea or is it, in fact, a good one?
What do you guys think, anyone else had the same thought... even slight temptations?
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- Thread Starter
- 23-02-2006 21:42
- 24-02-2006 00:56
I think you should go to university as planned (choose one, you only stay there for part of the year) and if you don't like the course / uni then you can drop out -- a much better decision than simply not going in off chance you wont like it.
Most people have degrees now (I know that sounds like a generalisation but its true) so you should get one too... if you want to succeed easily.
- 24-02-2006 02:11
I agree. Give university a go - it might turn out to be the best years off your life! Better to go and try it and leave than not go and regret it in years to come
- 24-02-2006 20:56
Don't make the biggest mistake of your life. University is the passport to success.
- 25-02-2006 12:12
Gap do have the ability to transfer you to the store nearest your university. A friend of mine does it, works in Southampton during term time and then in Swansea when he's home on holidays.