I honestly don't care if I meet my offer or not or even get on my course. So many people in my year are going mental about how if they don't meet their firm offer they're not going to uni at all and getting all stressy about it. I don't particularly care and although I've not made a firm choice yet I'm not exactly in love with any of my choices so am rather indifferent about if I meet an offer or not. My view is if I miss my offer there's always clearing and everyone needs to chill out a bit, all this stress can't be good for you.
Anyone else in the same position as me and not going mental about revision and meeting their offer? (Although as this TSR I sort of already know the answer to that question.....)
Anyone else not care whether they meet their offer or not? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 02-04-2016 00:03
- 02-04-2016 00:08
Same I think I applied to the wrong degree. I still want to go to university though so I am stressing about revision. Also if I don't do well enough I'll have to do a foundation year which would be an extra £9000 and we can't even resit exams because of the new linear specs.
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