ImAGiraffe
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I don’t know what I want to say. Just want to know if anyone else has the same problem of people judging you if you say you don’t want to go to university. I think it’s great if people want to, and I know it’s hard but I don’t doubt my ability to do it. It simply doesn’t seem like something for me, not to say I don’t want a job but I want to take another route. I want to hopefully start from the bottom and go up
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Of course. Everyone is different and there are many different paths to take. I do agree that most sixth forms/ colleges cater for the masses, and that is usually people that apply to university. As long as you have an idea of what other route you'll do, an apprenticeship, gap year or whatever, then go for it and be happy and confident.
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It's ok if you don't want. Even if you change your mind 20 year later, you can still go. But if you want to achieve success then you should still do some effort for it e.g. improve your communication or IT skills.
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