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    Hi, im sitting my alevels at the moment but no sure which course i should do. Have got an offer for radiotherapy in jordanstown and primary teaching with english in st marys teaching college belfast. I need 3 b's for radiotherapy and a AAB for teaching. i also put english and history at queens second which requires ABB. i had an ACC at as but was hopping repeats would pull me up! My alevels are history,english and biology. I also sat chemistry at as but didnt do so well!! Still not 100% what career i should do. teaching/radiotherapy/english adn history with post grad in teaching or speech and language therapy/media (news) career/law/political career(but not politician lol!) or should i take a year out and reapply for nursing!? So sorry i know this is alot but really not sure what to do!!!!
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    First off, please write with punctuation, grammar and capitalisation so people can understand what you've written. Rushing into a degree choice is not a good idea as you will spend a lot of time and money studying a subject you may not enjoy. First, pick your A levels and do so with an open mind bearing in mind what you enjoy and what you're good at. Take some time to gain some work experience and work out what you're interested in and then pick a degree course. With subjects like politics and English you can do anything you want career wise after using relevant transferable skills but with things like teachign and radiography you can still do other things but you need specific qualifications so you need to think about this very carefully.
 
 
 
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