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1. Posted: Tue 21st Jan 2014 20:11 GMT
I am In year 13 so I leave school this year I do not want to go university what do u do with your free time when you finnish college and should I go to university
Edited on Tue 21st January, 2014 @ 20:27 by Berrycloudy
2. Posted: Tue 21st Jan 2014 20:17 GMT
since I got in the college I've stopped playing tennis so my free time is just games, NL and study(things like game making and programming)
believe me study is the most important thing ever for your future. get in a good university/college do a course you like and find a job that's pleasant to you all will be worth the hard work
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3. Posted: Tue 21st Jan 2014 20:19 GMT
Judging from how hard your sentence is to read, you are most defiantly far more intelligent then all of us. So go to that university, you'll do just fine.
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4. Posted: Tue 21st Jan 2014 20:23 GMT
In my spare time I like to steal from charity shops and draw doodles in library books.
5. Posted: Tue 21st Jan 2014 20:26 GMT
Thank you I am German and we are taught to study hard and go to university since moving to Britain for my fathers job I have seen that work is hard to find and this means that going to university might mean I cannot get the job I want I got 7 a*s in gcse I just don't know
6. Posted: Tue 21st Jan 2014 21:56 GMT
what kind of field are you thinking of studying for and working in? there's a big world out there for you now that you're all graduated, so don't be afraid of having to move away to find your dream job. also stay in school while you can, once you're out life is totally different and you will surely miss those days. good luck!
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7. Posted: Tue 21st Jan 2014 22:41 GMT
I would say just go to University as it will seriously increase your chances of getting a better job when your older. Especially if you really did get that many A*'s it would be a waste not too. Yes their may not be many jobs out their in the UK but that doesn't mean you can't still try and go for it. You can even move out of the UK for work if you have too. Would be a great experience too!!