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    (Original post by wolfmoon88)
    Why not UNSW?

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    Living expenses are pricey in Australia, and I'll be taking care of my grandparents in the UK *cough*they'llpayformylivingexpensesifI staywiththem*cough*.
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    (Original post by prazzyjazzy)
    Living expenses are pricey in Australia, and I'll be taking care of my grandparents in the UK *cough*they'llpayformylivingexpensesifI staywiththem*cough*.
    Sydney is especially expensive

    :rofl: good decision

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    Sounds like you have various options about what you want to do
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    I'd like to be a pilot after doing computer science at uni.
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    (Original post by GiacomoLaw)
    I'd like to be a pilot after doing computer science at uni.
    I have always wondered how you train to be a pilot qualifications etc.. good luck
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    (Original post by loisb45)
    I have always wondered how you train to be a pilot qualifications etc.. good luck
    Thank you!

    You need 5 GCSE's, including maths, english and a science.

    You need BBC at A-Level. You don't need a degree, but it is prefered that you have one (most pilots do).

    All in all, its not that hard, but you still have to go through tests in training etc.
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    It's complicated, I think I know what I want to do in theory. But I have an illness which affects me so I don't know what exactly on a practical basis.
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    I've got no idea about what i'm going to do. I know i'm not going to go to UNI, I don't have the time focus, which is needed for assignment.
    I want to go straight into a job, but I don't know what sector of work I want to go into.

    I'm currently taking my A-Levels, which are:
    -H&SC
    -ICT
    -Business
    -Sociology
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    (Original post by studyspuddie)
    I've got no idea about what i'm going to do. I know i'm not going to go to UNI, I don't have the time focus, which is needed for assignment.
    I want to go straight into a job, but I don't know what sector of work I want to go into.

    I'm currently taking my A-Levels, which are:
    -H&SC
    -ICT
    -Business
    -Sociology
    Well your choices of A-Levels open many f=doors for you and why do you not want to go to uni i am not sure either?
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    Eh kinda, I've narrowed it down to 3 options:

    -Pathologist (specialising in haematology)
    -Doctor (would have to do GEM though)
    -Travel Agent/Rep

    Have 4 offers for Biomedicine, hence the science careers
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    (Original post by loisb45)
    Well your choices of A-Levels open many f=doors for you and why do you not want to go to uni i am not sure either?
    Uni costs, i cant gt the money for it, and i dont think its for me.
    as i dont want another (enter number here) years of school.
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    I've probably gone the opposite direction.

    I found out what I wanted to do when I was studying my degree, but have now left rethinking my options and not really decisive on a potential path.

    So now, I intend to just any job whilst I sort my boggled mind out.

    I suppose the issue for me has been the fact that I want to do so many different things, mostly irrelevant to my degree now.
 
 
 
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