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How did you guys consider the courses in the college like how did you take those courses was it with a particular interest or research how did you know they are the one you want?
Please help this is the highlighted issue in my life after GCSEs >>>>

What do you guys recommend?
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How did you guys consider the courses in the college like how did you take those courses was it with a particular interest or research how did you know they are the one you want?
Please help this is the highlighted issue in my life after GCSEs >>>>

What do you guys recommend?
There are three approaches.

1. What are you good at because good A levels or marks will help you into better unis.
2. What uni course are you interested in? Where you dont know get work experience and do research. Where you still dont know do qualifications that keep open the widest options at reasonable grades.
3. What career do you want?
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(Original post by Hojabridoghezloo)
How did you guys consider the courses in the college like how did you take those courses was it with a particular interest or research how did you know they are the one you want?
Please help this is the highlighted issue in my life after GCSEs >>>>

What do you guys recommend?
There are three approaches.

1. What are you good at because good A levels or marks will help you into better unis.
2. What uni course are you interested in? Where you dont know get work experience and do research. Where you still dont know do qualifications that keep open the widest options at reasonable grades.
3. What career do you want?

Careers- See if you can get any of these books at the careers library or they will have similar for you to read. Try and get ones aimed at your age group. If you cant find then just get second hand from Amazon.

https://nationalcareersservice.direc...ontact-us/home

https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Rocks-...cks+your+world

https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-You-Ar...o+what+you+are

https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Color-...arachute+teens

Which A levels?
https://www.informedchoices.ac.uk/
https://university.which.co.uk/advic...-level-choices

Which course?
https://sacu-student.com/?page_id=5203
https://university.which.co.uk/a-level-explorer
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That was really helpful. It actually helped me in the mindset thanks for that I would never forget that support. Hope you the best summer holidays Wish you all the best. I have another quick question if you would be able to help me with this that would be really great
The question that suddenly raised for me was: what would be the requirements in order to get into medicine way either become a doctor, chemist or a biology researcher and working in labs. And I researched it but not quite accurately so I just searched the requirements for the medical degree and the response was that I need 5 GCSEs between A-A* including English and Maths also A-A-A at college but according to the time I have been in the UK its not possible to get 5 As in August results because I started the GCSE studies at year 10 and that was so late. I would like to become helpful and successful in the place that supports me fully and cares about me so I can't just let valuable things go. Do you think that Medical degrees include any job that is under the cover of medicine like working in labs as a chemist or become a pharmacist?
I know I have said too much I just felt that you could help me with this confusion sorry for bothering you.
Thanks for everything again.
(Original post by 999tigger)
There are three approaches.

1. What are you good at because good A levels or marks will help you into better unis.
2. What uni course are you interested in? Where you dont know get work experience and do research. Where you still dont know do qualifications that keep open the widest options at reasonable grades.
3. What career do you want?

Careers- See if you can get any of these books at the careers library or they will have similar for you to read. Try and get ones aimed at your age group. If you cant find then just get second hand from Amazon.

https://nationalcareersservice.direc...ontact-us/home

https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Rocks-...cks+your+world

https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-You-Ar...o+what+you+are

https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Color-...arachute+teens

Which A levels?
https://www.informedchoices.ac.uk/
https://university.which.co.uk/advic...-level-choices

Which course?
https://sacu-student.com/?page_id=5203
https://university.which.co.uk/a-level-explorer
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That was really helpful. It actually helped me in the mindset thanks for that I would never forget that support. Hope you the best summer holidays Wish you all the best. I have another quick question if you would be able to help me with this that would be really great
The question that suddenly raised for me was: what would be the requirements in order to get into medicine way either become a doctor, chemist or a biology researcher and working in labs. And I researched it but not quite accurately so I just searched the requirements for the medical degree and the response was that I need 5 GCSEs between A-A* including English and Maths also A-A-A at college but according to the time I have been in the UK its not possible to get 5 As in August results because I started the GCSE studies at year 10 and that was so late. I would like to become helpful and successful in the place that supports me fully and cares about me so I can't just let valuable things go. Do you think that Medical degrees include any job that is under the cover of medicine like working in labs as a chemist or become a pharmacist?
I know I have said too much I just felt that you could help me with this confusion sorry for bothering you.
Thanks for everything again
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