Basically I know about 5 languages at the age of 16 fluently and am currently doing IGCSE exams in KES bimingham...I asked my career's teacher and she said do languages at uni since I am very good at it and can pick it up easily. It is also easier to get into oxbridge for languages for a strong linguist rather than economics (although, because I am in year 11, I have never done economics but plan to do it at Higher Level next year). She also said a strong linguist is wanted by investment banks a lot nowadays..so it would be very good for me. What do you think guys, a little help?? Cheers
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- 04-12-2014 20:03
- 09-12-2014 20:10
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