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    So...
    I have applied for a degree in Biochemistry; due to the fact I like Biology, and Chemistry.
    I have predicted grades of AAB – Though, I got AABB to AS Level (I took the AS Levels I got AAB to A2, but my teachers refused to predict me any higher, even though they promised on results day...meh)
    I was interested in doing a degree in science, because I am interested, but...I have no real drive towards Biochemistry. I took it only because I thought I should apply for something this year.
    I received all my offers, and two are unconditionals, but I have no real interest in any of them.
    I don’t know what to do as I do not know what to go into. I find no interest really in any Uni I have applied for
    How do I find what my real interest is?
    Any advice is more than welcomed.
    Thank you ^.^
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    I'm not sure what advice to give you in regards to how to know what your real interest is but... if you're already having doubts about your university course then I'd really think about whether or not I really want to go to university. It's not always a good idea to apply for a uni course because everyone else is doing it because if you go to university with a fickle mind then you could end up dropping out with a load of debt to pay. You might want to consider a gap year or an apprenticeship, but most importantly it's important to think about whether you truly want to go to university especially because you have said that you haven't got a real interest in any of your offers.

    Hope this helps
 
 
 
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