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    I am a very well rounded person, very artistic, musical, can play several instruments. Also, love dancing and sports (quite advanced at it). I love languages, can speak 3 fluently and currently learning more. I get along very well with all the sciences, Chemistry and biology especially. I am good at every subject but I don't know what to peruse in life. I mean, i enjoy learning but i cant pick one and give my life to it. I don't even know what field to go to approximately. I have decided if i'm not going to decide anything i'm going to go with medicine but ....in real life... i wont get far with it if i wont enjoy it...I'm not interested in ANYTHING. Yes i am good at subjects but do i really enjoy them that much? I don't know what to do, ANY ADVICE? i will have to choose my A levels (I'm thinking of doing IB) very soon...and i mean like VERY SOON, but i have not got a single clue of what to do. ADVICE?

    The very best advice I had was chose subjects that you ENJOY. If you pick subjects based on wanting a certain outcome (ie. Uni or career), you will not do very well. If you like music and think you are musical, pick music! If you like doing sport and can see yourself studying the theory and practicality of sport for 2 years, go for it! If you do it this way, you will be most likely to see the best results. Good luck with it all. Hattie X
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