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What is your education and career plan ?


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Do you wish to do gcse or something else what is it ?
Do you wish to go to uni or not ?
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I just want to go heaven. Die happy and go heaven
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I want to do English, maths, triple science, computer science, French and product design for my GCSEs.

At the moment (obviously will likely change im win year 9) if I was asked I would pick computer science, French, maths for A-Levels (and if I would do 4 then psychology).
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Then I want to get a degree in computer science / something related

Then I want to get a job in the cyber security field.
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I haven't really planned much. I'm just gonna see where life takes me
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(Original post by Bill Nye)
I want to do English, maths, triple science, computer science, French and product design for my GCSEs.

At the moment (obviously will likely change im win year 9) if I was asked I would pick computer science, French, maths for A-Levels (and if I would do 4 then psychology).
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Then I want to get a degree in computer science / something related

Then I want to get a job in the cyber security field.
good luck.
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Age: 17
Current A-Levels:
- Politics
- Economics
- Religious Studies
University:
Philosophy and Politics at University of York (will be firming my offer soon)
Career:
Aiming to go on the Civil Service Fast Track scheme (ambitious I know 🙈 as it is super competitive) but if not perhaps do a conversion to law if it looks interesting while at uni.
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(Original post by Bill Nye)
I want to do English, maths, triple science, computer science, French and product design for my GCSEs.

At the moment (obviously will likely change im win year 9) if I was asked I would pick computer science, French, maths for A-Levels (and if I would do 4 then psychology).
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Then I want to get a degree in computer science / something related

Then I want to get a job in the cyber security field.
very lovely you atleast have goals currently for your gcse and a levels in future, also you really have an idea of what you wanna do as a career [when i was in year 9 i had no idea to be honest LMAO] hope you get all your successes
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(Original post by ScarlettCake2)
Age: 17
Current A-Levels:
- Politics
- Economics
- Religious Studies
University:
Philosophy and Politics at University of York (will be firming my offer soon)
Career:
Aiming to go on the Civil Service Fast Track scheme (ambitious I know 🙈 as it is super competitive) but if not perhaps do a conversion to law if it looks interesting while at uni.
Why don't you just do Law?
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(Original post by ScarlettCake2)
Age: 17
Current A-Levels:
- Politics
- Economics
- Religious Studies
University:
Philosophy and Politics at University of York (will be firming my offer soon)
Career:
Aiming to go on the Civil Service Fast Track scheme (ambitious I know 🙈 as it is super competitive) but if not perhaps do a conversion to law if it looks interesting while at uni.
Best of luck!

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I’m wanting to study Philosophy and Politics because that is what I am really passionate about, and after doing two weeks work experience in the Department of International Trade I know that I would love to do something within the civil service - ideally as close to Downing Street as possible. However, law has equally always been a draw for me, and I’m sure that I would enjoy it both as an academic subject and a vocational one. I chose philosophy and politics simply because I love the content and really do have a drive to study it further - more so than law - and I would want the opportunity to study for pure enjoyment first and who knows if the civil service doesn’t work out maybe law. I don’t feel as if I am conveying this very well but there you go 🤷🏻*♀️
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What is your education and career plan ?


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Do you wish to do gcse or something else what is it ?
Do you wish to go to uni or not ?
Havent thought that far
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-complete A-Levels
-get the army to sponsor me going into uni to study history and while at uni go into the reserves.
-go to sandhurst academy to train to be an army officer
-be a career officer
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