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    I am studying: biology, chemistry and Geography. At the moment I am securely achieving the grades needed to take the degree I wosh to do. However, I feel as though I am not part taking in enough or the correct extracurricular activities. I am doing: table tennis, thinking skills, medical enrichment, art as a hobby and cross country running outside of college in the summer. Yet, I dont know if this is enough.
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    I am studying: biology, chemistry and Geography. At the moment I am securely achieving the grades needed to take the degree I wosh to do. However, I feel as though I am not part taking in enough or the correct extracurricular activities. I am doing: table tennis, thinking skills, medical enrichment, art as a hobby and cross country running outside of college in the summer. Yet, I dont know if this is enough.
    That's more than enough
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    (Original post by immy1140)
    I am studying: biology, chemistry and Geography. At the moment I am securely achieving the grades needed to take the degree I wosh to do. However, I feel as though I am not part taking in enough or the correct extracurricular activities. I am doing: table tennis, thinking skills, medical enrichment, art as a hobby and cross country running outside of college in the summer. Yet, I dont know if this is enough.
    What degree are you hoping to study? None of those seem particularly relevant to a university degree.
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    (Original post by immy1140)
    I am studying: biology, chemistry and Geography. At the moment I am securely achieving the grades needed to take the degree I wosh to do. However, I feel as though I am not part taking in enough or the correct extracurricular activities. I am doing: table tennis, thinking skills, medical enrichment, art as a hobby and cross country running outside of college in the summer. Yet, I dont know if this is enough.
    What does 'correct' extracurricular activities mean?! It's not supposed to be some tick list exercise! Just do the things your enjoy and are interested in.
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    (Original post by immy1140)
    I am studying: biology, chemistry and Geography. At the moment I am securely achieving the grades needed to take the degree I wosh to do. However, I feel as though I am not part taking in enough or the correct extracurricular activities. I am doing: table tennis, thinking skills, medical enrichment, art as a hobby and cross country running outside of college in the summer. Yet, I dont know if this is enough.
    You are doing plenty of extra curricular stuff.
    What do you you want to do at uni?
 
 
 

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