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    I know for sure i want to either be a midwife or a teacher, but i have noo clue about which one. i know i want to take biology and sociology but have no clue bout the others :confused: what is better? i love kids and helping other??? [
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    HELLO!!!!!!!!!
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    it all depends. i mean have u ever tried teaching?? if so then go for it
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    i taught in a school for WE????
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    aah thats good, so ur wanting to teach science??
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    If you really wanted to, you could go into midwifery, but then if you decide its not for you, you could always do some retraining or maybe take a certain degree that has teaching aspects in it, and then you could become a university lecturer or if you took a MSc after it in a certain science you could work on that to go into scientific training.

    There are loads of options. x
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    personally i would go for the teaching career as it appears permanent and as u love kids theres nothing better..
    primary or secondary school??
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    older primary. But have wanted to be midwife since 10...
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    It depends on the uni. Some dont specify any specific subjects. So just pick subjects you enjoy that are academic and you should be safe with either course

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    Im not sure at all,- i dont even know what i want to do yet!!!
 
 
 
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