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    Since i can remember i have always wanted to become a radiographer. i have had scoliosis surgery within the past year also so i have had so many xrays and just find it interesting, however i am on my second year of my btec applied science course and writing my personal statement for uni and i need opinions. i have been working with a websiting company for over a year and they have recently said i could possibly work full time if i wanted to sometime in the future, and i also really enjoy working with websites and in an office, i have also had experience working within another office and being an accountant and managing phone calls and customers details etc, i love the office environment and it is what i have been used to for over a year and love it. i really want to go into full time work now and love working within an office, however i am on my last year of the science course and starting to find it difficult and am slowly being put off by it.. i havent spoken to many people about it as i dont really know what to do.. could anyone give me an opinion or advice? Thankyou, Keeley
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    If you're no longer interested in science I wouldn't pursue three years of in depth scientific study, rather instead of wasting the academic portfolio you've built up, I'd go for a part-time degree related to the working environment you're in. This way simultaneously you will achieve years of experience, less financial strain and industry knowledge. By the time you graduate you would have a degree alongside years of relevant experience under your belt which would form a formidable application and lead to bigger things in the industry you're currently in.
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    (Original post by keeley00)
    Since i can remember i have always wanted to become a radiographer. i have had scoliosis surgery within the past year also so i have had so many xrays and just find it interesting, however i am on my second year of my btec applied science course and writing my personal statement for uni and i need opinions. i have been working with a websiting company for over a year and they have recently said i could possibly work full time if i wanted to sometime in the future, and i also really enjoy working with websites and in an office, i have also had experience working within another office and being an accountant and managing phone calls and customers details etc, i love the office environment and it is what i have been used to for over a year and love it. i really want to go into full time work now and love working within an office, however i am on my last year of the science course and starting to find it difficult and am slowly being put off by it.. i havent spoken to many people about it as i dont really know what to do.. could anyone give me an opinion or advice? Thankyou, Keeley
    Hiya Keeley:hi:

    This thread has been moved into this sub-forum for you so that you should hopefully get the information you're looking for.:yep: Feel free to browse around the forum to find any more useful info about careers in IT.

    Hope you get the advice you're after.

    MR:cool:
 
 
 
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