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I did Business but I've honestly been very bored for most of my time at University. I feel I would of found Philosophy, Politics and Economics more interesting.

Would you pick a different degree if you had the chance to do so again and why?
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I did law.

Was considering languages or something essay-based, and at times felt like I should have gone down the other path. Don't regret it now I am degree'd outta my mind.
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No, never crossed my mind.
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I'm already doing a second degree in an entirely different field from my first. There are loads of different things I'd study if time and money allowed for it. Instead I will just stick to reading a ton of non-fiction to satisfy the urge.
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Sort of.

I'm still studying at the moment, but part of me wished I'd done something forensics based.
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I ended up switching from pure philosophy to joint honours philosophy and theology so um... yes, apparently I would do that.
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Assuming you mean undergraduate, I don't think so. I'm happy with doing computer science, just not the path I took following it. Thankfully I'm doing something I enjoy for my master's now.
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I was doing criminology and sociology but I switched to psychology.
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Yeah. I should have done hairdressing instead of law. Or even dog grooming, lol.
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Possibly. It wasn't until third year that I truly realise that Maths really isn't for me.
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Could be any degree under/post/foundation. What do you do for your Masters?
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Assuming you mean undergraduate, I don't think so. I'm happy with doing computer science, just not the path I took following it. Thankfully I'm doing something I enjoy for my master's now.
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I wouldn't. I do languages and I'm very happy with my decision (despite people telling me that it's apparently ''useless'') :yes:
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I wouldn't. I do languages and I'm very happy with my decision (despite people telling me that it's apparently ''useless'') :yes:
It's absolutely not useless to be able to yell at foreign people. You never know when you might need that.
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I wouldn't. I do languages and I'm very happy with my decision (despite people telling me that it's apparently ''useless'') :yes:
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