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    Hello,

    I've accepted a place at university for American Studies. I'm considering not going to university, however. If I do though, I'm concerned that American Studies might not be a good choice as a course to do.
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    Yes if you want to work in McDonalds.

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    American studies the the course I use to insult people and make jokes about.
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    Sorry you've been getting stupid replies to this…


    It all depends on what you want to do after University? What intrigued you to apply for American Studies? Is there anything in particular you would want to do with your degree? Just need a bit of background info here :yep:

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    Hello,

    I've accepted a place at university for American Studies. I'm considering not going to university, however. If I do though, I'm concerned that American Studies might not be a good choice as a course to do.
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    What do you want to do career-wise? What made you choose American Studies in the first place? What A-levels do you have? What other options are you looking at for uni and/or work? Could you put up with people teasing you for the rest of your life about your degree choice?!
 
 
 
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