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    Hi... basically, I took a gap year with the idea I would go to university in September. But now, as I get closer to September I keep changing my mind about what to do and it's really stressing me out. I always wanted to do Law, but my grades (ABB) don't allow me to do that at Universities I want to go to. (or perhaps in clearing). However, I love London and I really want to study there as I know I'll be happy. I have an offer from Queen Mary for Politics at ABB. I'm really happy, but also, a little unsure as I'm not really sure what I'll do after a Politics degree. I can always do the GDL, but that's even more money.

    I also have an offer to study European & International Law at University of Maastricht in the Netherlands. One of my parents is really for this and the other is really against so no idea about this. I could also probably go into clearing and end up somewhere else, like Birmingham or Liverpool for Law, but I really want to live in London.. I'm scared if I go there I'll drop out because I'm used to living in huge cities.

    It's really starting to stress me out and get me down. I can't decide what's more important, being happy, doing law, doing politics, a university with good graduate prospects or just living in London?!
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    b u m p :-(
 
 
 
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