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    (Original post by JSSB)
    Yo! Doesn't that require supercomputers and ****?
    Damn man your video is inspiring! Do what you want, **** the haters
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    Damn man your video is inspiring! Do what you want, **** the haters
    Cheers!

    I really appreciate it friend, f*ck 'em.
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    (Original post by JSSB)
    Cheers!

    I really appreciate it friend, f*ck 'em.
    Honestly life is too short to regret things. Keep going forward
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    Honestly life is too short to regret things. Keep going forward
    Real Talk Spratz
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    (Original post by Zamasu)
    I'm actually crap at it so thats the problem. Also, I have little motivation to study this course and I know this mentality will affect my grades.
    That makes it easier. If you're getting less than a 2:2 and you're not like a lazy genius and you dislike the subject, then maybe you should do something else.

    Try electrician, plumbing or bricklaying. (in that order). All those 3 have good earnings.
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    (Original post by Zamasu)
    GCSE's were okay, didn't fail but not amazing. I did well at A levels by acquiring 3 As and I averaged 80% in the first year.
    You're clearly not having a real problem with the course! If you knew what you wanted to do, then maybe dropping out would be a better option. Everybody probably feels like they want to drop out at times.
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    That makes it easier. If you're getting less than a 2:2 and you're not like a lazy genius and you dislike the subject, then maybe you should do something else.

    Try electrician, plumbing or bricklaying. (in that order). All those 3 have good earnings.
    Cheers for the suggestion, I'm actually interested on being an electrician upon, how would I start on doing this?
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    (Original post by Zamasu)
    Cheers for the suggestion, I'm actually interested on being an electrician upon, how would I start on doing this?
    Try your local college for courses. And tradesman you might know through other people for apprenticeship / work experience
 
 
 
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