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    How did you find out what you wanted to study at university?
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    How did you find out what you wanted to study at university?
    What are you doing at the moment?
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    I liked psychology and English language at a level (considered them both as university degree courses) but decided both we too generic (highly popular degrees) and therefore less employable so I decided on criminology as it combines them (as well as my sociology a level) along with law, so I have all my interests covered more or less. I did kind of think of it last minute tbh but it has worked out for me so far (I’m enjoying it) and I’m currently in my final year of university hoping for a 2:1! Fingers crossed!
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    It was suggested to me by me Ma in conversation and once I looked into it, it just seemed right. Couldn't believe I'd never thought of it before, really.

    PhD Philosophy.

    Fine. Usually. Submission creeps ever-closer like, but I'm not too concerned.
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    Lily048 oh nice. I’ve applied uni and I’ve got into biomedical? But I’ve heard it’s really competitive to get a job after. so am thinking of changing it to accountancy and finance. I think my strong subjects are maths and enjoy sports. So kind of 🤷*♂️🤷*♂️🤷*♂
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