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I've applied for uni, been conditionally accepted and am on my way to getting the grades I need... But more than anything I just want to take a gap year and travel. I can't face the idea of going straight for 3 more years of sitting in a room working.
What should I do?
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Take a gap year, it will probably be the only chance you get to do it!!! You'll be able to relax for a year, experience amazing things, not have to study and take time to realise what it is you want from your life!! Then when you do go to uni you'll be refreshed and ready to really work hard!
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If you want to, do it! Make sure that you have something to do in the gap year and aren't just sat at home though
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If you can do it I would definitely do it! I'm currently on a gap year (not on purpose but to resit exams) and honestly I'm glad I did! I would definitely plan to go on holiday or something if you can afford it though
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