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    A levels and (IG)GCSE aside, but where are you now and where do you see yourself in 5 years. As cliche as this question may sound, it is important that we take some time to relax and think ahead. We would like to know.
    Let's know what you've been through and where you'll be.
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    I'll be 30... bordering on 31. :woo:

    I'm in second year of a biomedical science degree so working as a biomedical scientist or working towards specialising in certain area (probably microbiology) would be ideal. Although I half-hope my novels will have taken off and be providing me with a nice income. And to be breeding Betta splendens. Unfortunately that is far too expensive to take up without a good job.

    Marriage/considering children by that point might be nice. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by sinfonietta)
    I'll be 30... bordering on 31. :woo:

    I'm in second year of a biomedical science degree so working as a biomedical scientist or working towards specialising in certain area (probably microbiology) would be ideal. Although I half-hope my novels will have taken off and be providing me with a nice income. And to be breeding Betta splendens. Unfortunately that is far too expensive to take up without a good job.

    Marriage/considering children by that point might be nice. :dontknow:
    Good luck. I wish I was in your position right now. Everyone expects me to be a doctor but I'd prefer to do a course in Biomedical Sciences instead. Unfortunately, where I'm from I can't study that. I really have no passion for medicine, but everyone sees me doing it in 5 years. Sadly, I see my self there in the future. Hopefully, I get the chance to study abroad after A levels.
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    I'll be 23 that's crazy but I see myself doing my thing probably finished university, working (Idk what I wanna do yet) and I can see myself married with 2 kids :P
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    I'll be 23 and a bit by then, so I'll probably still be young and stupid with my dream car, living my twenties to the fullest :cookie: I'll hopefully be a fully qualified automotive technician :woo:
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    "take some time to relax and think ahead"

    Nothing says relaxing like thinking about where my life is going...

    On a serious note, I'll be in my third year of Uni by then so I'd like to see myself slightly better off financially and with a training contract for a law firm.
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    (Original post by Grizzelex)
    A levels and (IG)GCSE aside, but where are you now and where do you see yourself in 5 years. As cliche as this question may sound, it is important that we take some time to relax and think ahead. We would like to know.
    Let's know what you've been through and where you'll be.
    I’m 20 and currently in my final year of university studying criminology so I hope still with my current boyfriend, with our own place and hopefully in a job I love that pays well! I’m open to what grad schemes I apply for as Ive seen ones that are quite general but look interesting (corperate, finance, recruitment, etc), and of course I just hope I’m happy! (Currently stressing over my deadlines)
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    (Original post by Grizzelex)
    Good luck. I wish I was in your position right now. Everyone expects me to be a doctor but I'd prefer to do a course in Biomedical Sciences instead. Unfortunately, where I'm from I can't study that. I really have no passion for medicine, but everyone sees me doing it in 5 years. Sadly, I see my self there in the future. Hopefully, I get the chance to study abroad after A levels.
    Go for whatever you would prefer to do; not what others expect from you. There's no point in going down a certain path if there is something else that appeals to you more. It just leads to wasted time, unnecessary stress, and pointless financial debt.
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    Before I even clicked on this thread I knew someone would say this
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    I’d prefer a title something like what are your goals for the next five years tbh.

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    (Original post by Lepidolite)
    With a fully shaven head, anything left over having been permanently lasered off and fully tattooed over
    That sounds so cool.
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    23. A doctor.
    I am a first year medical student.
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    (Original post by sinfonietta)
    That sounds so cool.
    Well I’m hoping I’ll like it eventually but it’s more out of necessity
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    (Original post by PTMalewski)
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    (Original post by sinfonietta)
    That sounds so cool.
    thought you were responding to PT :tea:
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    I’ll be what, 23? And hopefully with a decent job
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