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    I've seen quite a few people do this today so I thought I'd do it too, as I have absolutely no idea what I want to do!

    I'm currently in year 12 and I'm doing Biology, Psychology and English literature and then core maths (I'm not too sure what it's worth). I'm enjoying all of my subjects (as much as I moan about biology). I really want to do something people orientated I think, and I definitely want to help people in some way.
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    (Original post by chloecrazy)
    I've seen quite a few people do this today so I thought I'd do it too, as I have absolutely no idea what I want to do!

    I'm currently in year 12 and I'm doing Biology, Psychology and English literature and then core maths (I'm not too sure what it's worth). I'm enjoying all of my subjects (as much as I moan about biology). I really want to do something people orientated I think, and I definitely want to help people in some way.
    Thank you!!
    I have friends wanting to help people in terms of health so one of them has applied for paramedic science whilst the other has applied for child nursing. Seeing as you do biology and psychology it has put you in a good position to apply for them sort of courses.

    But for me, im more interested in childhood and education which is why im hoping to become a primary school teacher. You have chose english, maths and science which are subjects within the national curriculum so youre in a good position for this career choice as well.

    It really depends on how you want to help people and what sort of age group you would want to work with. You literally have so many options to choose from.
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    (Original post by 1secondsofvamps)
    I have friends wanting to help people in terms of health so one of them has applied for paramedic science whilst the other has applied for child nursing. Seeing as you do biology and psychology it has put you in a good position to apply for them sort of courses.

    But for me, im more interested in childhood and education which is why im hoping to become a primary school teacher. You have chose english, maths and science which are subjects within the national curriculum so youre in a good position for this career choice as well.

    It really depends on how you want to help people and what sort of age group you would want to work with. You literally have so many options to choose from.
    Thank you for the reply
    One minute I want to go into law, the next I want to be a secondary school teacher. (Being a nurse or paramedic has crossed my mind too!) that's why I'm really undecided, I just keep changing my mind, and when I actually sit and think about it, I realise that there is so much I could do, it's just I tend to doubt myself quite a lot!!

    Good luck in becoming a primary school teacher, I'm sure you'll be great!
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    (Original post by chloecrazy)
    Thank you for the reply
    One minute I want to go into law, the next I want to be a secondary school teacher. (Being a nurse or paramedic has crossed my mind too!) that's why I'm really undecided, I just keep changing my mind, and when I actually sit and think about it, I realise that there is so much I could do, it's just I tend to doubt myself quite a lot!!

    Good luck in becoming a primary school teacher, I'm sure you'll be great!
    Lol at one point i wanted to do law as well. But try to do work experience/volunteering because it really is helpful. After i did 3 work placement in nurseries/pre-school i realised i wasnt so interested in having a career in the childcare field.
 
 
 
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