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    I studied Law, psychology, textiles and government and politics at college. Dropped g&p after first year and then got a B in law, C in textiles, and a D in psychology (was a bit gutted about the grades)
    I got a place at Swansea University to study Law and deffered my entry as I didn't know whether to go. Problem is, I still don't know whether to go!
    I know I don't want to be a lawyer, so i don't know whether I should be in lots of debt, gain a degree, and get stressed doing all the work, or just work or something?
    I have no idea what I want to do as a career, yet i know Law is a good degree to have.
    I'm currently working in sainsburys and I hate it haha but it's so nice not stressing about any essays I have to do like I did at college.
    I can't seem to make my mind up, there's pros and cons to going or not going it seems.
    Can anyone help?
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    (Original post by chloematthews98)
    I studied Law, psychology, textiles and government and politics at college. Dropped g&p after first year and then got a B in law, C in textiles, and a D in psychology (was a bit gutted about the grades)
    I got a place at Swansea University to study Law and deffered my entry as I didn't know whether to go. Problem is, I still don't know whether to go!
    I know I don't want to be a lawyer, so i don't know whether I should be in lots of debt, gain a degree, and get stressed doing all the work, or just work or something?
    I have no idea what I want to do as a career, yet i know Law is a good degree to have.
    I'm currently working in sainsburys and I hate it haha but it's so nice not stressing about any essays I have to do like I did at college.
    I can't seem to make my mind up, there's pros and cons to going or not going it seems.
    Can anyone help?
    Hello Chloe, we understand its a big choice-I've contacted my colleagues and they asked me to give you the admissions email and they should be able to help you and answer any questions you may have.

    [email protected]

    Hope this helps.
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    Have you tried googling it?
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    I would suggest you wait. Have a look around and try to get a step on the ladder of the job market. If nothing else, you'll earn money and gain some life experience. There's no rush. If in, say, 5 years time you decide university is for you, then you can reapply. Speaking from experience, being a mature student can give you a much better outlook on the university experience and really help you to get value for your time and money.
 
 
 
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