In year 12 and I have no idea to degree i want to do

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I study Biology,Chemistry,maths, history

Litrrally nothing intrests me. Nothing. I am either put off by my lack of intrest, nature or career,nature of the course etc.

And its quite stressful to think about, help me out
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Follow your passion, forget the rest

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Well you have kindly given us minimal information on your interests so what do you like?

Your profile doesn't reveal much but you're in 3 groups namely the

Guinea Pig Society-Are you serious about working with animals? Or did CoolCavy just inspire you with pure guinea pig happiness overload bribery?

Kanye West Appreciation -Do you enjoy politics?-relating to his 2020 thing

PC Gaming Society-Do you prefer coding for games, designing, user end improvement, this is a good one to start at
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Follow your passion, forget the rest

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Very true, there must be some passion in it but it has to be vaguely viable as well xD
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Well you have given us minimal information on your intrests so what do you like?

Your profile doesnt reveal much but you're in 3 groups namely the

Guinea Pig Society-Are you serious about working with animals? Or did CoolCavy just inspire you with pure guinea pig happiness overload birbery?

Kanye West Appreciation -Do you enjoy politics?-relating to his 2020 thing

PC Gaming Society-Do you prefer coding for games, designing, user end improvement, this is a good one to start at
I only joined kanye west society because i like his music and yeezys lol, idk why im in the guinea pig society, and i have never done codingand i didnt like high school ICT (making apps, using excel etc.) So i didnt take it as a gcse
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(Original post by SSUCL)
Follow your passion, forget the rest

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But i dont have a passion
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I only joined kanye west society because i like his music and yeezys lol, idk why im in the guinea pig society, and i have never done codingand i didnt like high school ICT (making apps, using excel etc.) So i didnt take it as a gcse
My original point still stands


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Well you have kindly given us minimal information on your interests so what do you like?
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I only joined kanye west society because i like his music and yeezys lol, idk why im in the guinea pig society, and i have never done codingand i didnt like high school ICT (making apps, using excel etc.) So i didnt take it as a gcse
Yes but what do you like? Sports?
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Maths
Teaching down the line?
Healthcare
Computer Science

your subject choices allow you to do most degrees out there
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But i dont have a passion
Go out and find one! NOW!
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My original point still stands
The issue is that i dont know what i like, when i was younger video games,acting but not anymore. Soorts i like but i suck at, and have no intrest in writing about
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Start a business. It doesn't require you to have a passion :hand:

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(Original post by SuperHuman98)
I study Biology,Chemistry,maths, history

Litrrally nothing intrests me. Nothing. I am either put off by my lack of intrest, nature or career,nature of the course etc.

And its quite stressful to think about, help me out
Take a year out I would definately recommend it! Or like in my case if you still don't know take two! In the end I still did not know what to do and the fees were rising so I wanted to get in that year, I chose chemistry as it was something I enjoyed, good job prospects and wouldn't limit me in terms of jobs (I am actually hoping to go in to finance). On a side note chemistry at uni is so much better than at A level. Have a look at some courses and the structure and see what they consist of, for example in chemistry we spend a lot of time in labs which I really enjoy rather than 5 days of sitting in lectures, plus we rarely have to right essays it's more problem solving. Biology is similar in that way I'd imagine. Then again you can always look at something completely different, I think if I could go back and chose another degree I'd definately choose something IT based as there seems to be a lot out there the job market for software developers etc, and I'd imagine demand is only going to increase.

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Maths
Teaching down the line?
Healthcare
Computer Science

your subject choices allow you to do most degrees out there
My parents want me to do health care (medicine and dentistry) and while i like the idea of talking to people, and the variety in medicine. I am unsure as to if i like caring for people (really have no idea, i dont mind being a doctor) so will probably go for it if i have nothing i want to do.

Teaching, yeah i dont mind but my parents will lowkey be dissapointed lol.

Maths- i dont like the idea of spending 2 hours to do 1 question, i like maths but im not super into it.
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Take a year out I would definately recommend it! Or like in my case if you still don't know take two! In the end I still did not know what to do and the fees were rising so I wanted to get in that year, I chose chemistry as it was something I enjoyed, good job prospects and wouldn't limit me in terms of jobs (I am actually hoping to go in to finance). On a side note chemistry at uni is so much better than at A a level. Have a look at some courses and the structure and see what they consist of, for example in chemistry we spent a lot of time in labs which I really enjoy rather than 5 days of sitting in lectures, plus we rarely have to right essays it's more problem solving. Biology is similar in that way I'd imagine. Then again you can always look at something completely different, I think if I could go back and chose another degree I'd definately choose something IT based as there seems to be a lot out there the job market for software developers etc, and I'd imagine demand is only going to increase.

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You've taken 2 sciences and maths within your 4 choices. This gives you a wider variety of jobs than if you took literature and 'arts'( not saying literature is bad or anything). You've got all the subjects needed for medicine....main is chemistry and as a bonus you can have biology. So if you get good grades in them you can get into a medical university. Or if medicine isn't for you, then you could look at engineering, architecture, biomedical sciences etc.

If you tell us which subject out of the 4 interests you more than the other 3 and why you chose those 4 subjects, it would help us to give you an idea of what you can do.
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(Original post by SuperHuman98)
My parents want me to do health care (medicine and dentistry) and while i like the idea of talking to people, and the variety in medicine. I am unsure as to if i like caring for people (really have no idea, i dont mind being a doctor) so will probably go for it if i have nothing i want to do.

Teaching, yeah i dont mind but my parents will lowkey be dissapointed lol.

Maths- i dont like the idea of spending 2 hours to do 1 question, i like maths but im not super into it.
Why would they be disappointed if you became a teacher? Teachers are vital and needed. Plus there are shortages of STEM teachers.
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I am thinking abiut natural sciencd degree so i can specialise in computer science+ chem or bio or maths.

Would that open up good job prospects?
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You've taken 2 sciences and maths within your 4 choices. This gives you a wider variety of jobs than if you took literature and 'arts'( not saying literature is bad or anything). You've got all the subjects needed for medicine....main is chemistry and as a bonus you can have biology. So if you get good grades in them you can get into a medical university. Or if medicine isn't for you, then you could look at engineering, architecture, biomedical sciences etc.

If you tell us which subject out of the 4 interests you more than the other 3 and why you chose those 4 subjects, it would help us to give you an idea of what you can do.
For history i am intrested in content but not the writing aspect.

Chemistry and biology i like learning new things and the concepts but im not super into it.

Maths-like some parts such as differentiatiom, integration loathe other parts
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