I'm 15 and taking my GCSE's in May (yikes). I want to take A-Level: English Literature, Biology, Psychology and Sociology. Then I want to to do my combined veterinary nursing degree and qualification at university but am still on the fence about whether to study at college or a sixth form.
I have dyspraxia so have some pretty interesting looking notes which I would be happy to share.
In my spare time I volunteer with the National Trust as part of a youth team. We are on our second project and are currently planning a murder mystery trail for our property. Last year we planned, carried out and presented the findings of an archaeological dig. I also volunteer with a museum development service as a mystery shopper (I secretly review museums).
I am a huge casualty fan (member or the shoelace fandom for anyone from tumblr) and have been for years. Doctor Who is also one of my favourite shows and I am addicted to costume and crime dramas.
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Hi my name is Caz watch
- Thread Starter
- 12-03-2016 12:23
- 16-03-2016 08:03
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