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    So I'm enrolling in a science based access course this September and I've been thinking about what I want to study in Uni.. I was so settled on diagnostic radiography but I don't want to make a mistake and it doesn't feel 100% the best thing to do for me, it seems like the most attractive option i've allowed myself to feel open to at the moment.. Like when I see someone say they're studying pharmacy or another top tier subject it just seems good idk of a better word..



    tl;dr my question is how do you decide on what you want to do with your life?should I just get work experience?

    I think I want to work in a hospital/with the nhs.

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    You said you would like to work with the NHS, so the best thing would be for you to take a look at this

    http://www.stepintothenhs.nhs.uk/careers-list-a-z.aspx
 
 
 
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