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    Is there any jobs that don't require much human contact or GCSE's or B-Tecs and that is safe for people that suffer Uncontrolled Seizures?

    At the moment I'm being pushed towards my GCSE's or B-Tecs for Maths, English, Science and Art. I really dislike all of those subjects, but apparently they're core subjects (I don't know where they got the idea Art was a core subject from) I have a feeling I'll be sick on all of the days the exams are. Call me lazy if you will, I'm used to it. I just see no point in someone judging how well you remember this and that (Especially with my epilepsy as I have memory loss and miss out on things that my teachers don't like to repeat)

    Come summer, I'll be able to either go College in September or find a job, I don't want to go college due to the hectic amounts of people there. (I feel sick at the sight of the people just down town, let alone over a thousand kids all trying to rush to their classes at one time whilst I'm drifting in and out of consciousness)

    I probably blabbed on more than I should have, sorry for that. But, if anyone knows of anything, I'd be super grateful
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    I'm struggling to think of anything that won't either require the qualifications you don't like, or wouldn't have some kind of human interaction.

    I am guessing maybe some type of manufacturing/production work might suit, where you can focus on the work input/output rather than the environment around you.

    I hope someone else can provide a bit more guidance.


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    I'm struggling to think of anything that won't either require the qualifications you don't like, or wouldn't have some kind of human interaction.

    I am guessing maybe some type of manufacturing/production work might suit, where you can focus on the work input/output rather than the environment around you.

    I hope someone else can provide a bit more guidance.


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    I can't do manufacturing due to my seizures, unless it's sat in a corner sticking labels on stuff, I wouldn't mind that. But, can't near machinery sort of thing.
 
 
 
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