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    Here goes.

    1- I haven't played cricket for ages, havent got any gear or anything, so theres no way id be good enough to play for my future uni or anything. does anyone know wether uni's have casual leagues where people play for a laugh?

    2- I fancy doing some private maths a-level/gcse revision and tutoring; is this a good way to earn money and if so, how would one go about doing it?

    Cheers,

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    1. OK I don't understand sport and will embarrass myself by answering this, but I know NTU have many different leagues for each sport...so even if you try out for it, you could end up in a lower league and play for the craic? I think go for it anyway, if it's something you enjoy - do it

    2. See if your uni is involved with the Student Ambassador scheme, where you get paid to help out at local primary schools.

    As for the tutoring, maybe put an ad in a local newspaper? It's worth a shot. Good luck!
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    (Original post by lostdoll)
    1. OK I don't understand sport and will embarrass myself by answering this, but I know NTU have many different leagues for each sport...so even if you try out for it, you could end up in a lower league and play for the craic? I think go for it anyway, if it's something you enjoy - do it

    2. See if your uni is involved with the Student Ambassador scheme, where you get paid to help out at local primary schools.

    As for the tutoring, maybe put an ad in a local newspaper? It's worth a shot. Good luck!
    Ok cool. Cheers!

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    Are you not too young to tutour? You would need to be a teacher or something to tutour a level maths i thought?
 
 
 

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