Hello, my name is charlohumphreys!Watch
I'm interested in... I adore history and I always have. I'm so fascinated about the past and love to learn how and why things happened. Which leads me on to geography which is similar to history but more like a science. I prefer the anthropogenic side of geography because it is more relatable but I also the physical side because it links well with science which I also enjoy. My favourite science is chemistry because all the things we have learnt are so new to me, and now I feel like I have a different understanding of how the world works.
I'm thinking about... Currently I am in year 11, but my A-levels are quickly approaching and I am thinking of doing: history, geography, psychology and government and politics. My aspiration for the future is to attend Durham to study history and then become a civil servant/museum curator/genealogist.
Just wanted to say thanks for joining The Student Room: welcome on board!
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