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After I finish my education, I want to do a creative job which makes me happy. How can I get my pare...

I can totally understand the situation you're in, but I'm order to help you a little more, I'm going to a little more background. So what field do y...

Work experience - Iā€™m currently doing English Literature, Sociology, Psychology and Applied Science ...

So I'd begin by thinking about my favourite subject is and what I'm doing the best in. I'd then think about what kind of environment I can see mysel...

Work experience - Iā€™m currently doing English Literature, Sociology, Psychology and Applied Science ...

So I'd begin by thinking about my favourite subject is and what I'm doing the best in. I'd then think about what kind of environment I can see mysel...

Asked by Jann

Law šŸ“–

If I decide to take Psychology in University and after take on a conversion course for Law, would I ...

It'll be just the one and you'll graduate with an LLB but in the breakdown it would say that your first year was psychology. ...

Asked by Ruwaydah

Maths šŸ’Æ

What can i become with these alevels : applied science, maths, psychology and sociology. Also, which...

There are several things you can go in e.g. teaching, nursing, therapy, childcare, to name a few. In terms of dropping, it really depends on what yo...

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I chose my GCSE options in year 8 and started them in year 9. It was then I felt like I had to decide what career I want to go in. I knew I enjoyed teaching as I've done a lot mentoring; I also knew that Religious Studies was one of my most favourite subjects. Really, I loved (still do) cooking the most so a career in catering was also something I wanted but then I decided that from my experience it's not the most stable career and I am an academic. My parents suggested I go into law so I focussed on that. I got 18 A* - Cs for GCSE. I got a scholarship into Oxford for a pre-degree law course which I did along side my A-levels. For AS I did German, Philosophy and Ethics, History and English language and literature. The latter 2 subjects I did not do that well in or enjoy as much so I dropped them in A2 and picked up a full A-level in IT. (I was also doing an EPQ but I had a lot of things going on in my personal life so I dropped that because I had a lot of commitments with my family and I was still going to Oxford too). I got a reduced offer to do law at Oxford but I decided I didn't want to do that anymore nor be in that environment again. I chose to do philosophy and R.S. and that's what I am doing now. I took a gap year though after my A-levels and I worked in a school as pupil assistant and mentor (And I've been tutoring since I was 15). Sorry for the essay!

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University of Kent

Religious Studies - 1st

2016 - Now

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After I finish my education, I want to do a creative job which makes me happy. How can I get my pare...

I can totally understand the situation you're in, but I'm order to help you a little more, I'm going to a little more background. So what field do y...

Work experience - Iā€™m currently doing English Literature, Sociology, Psychology and Applied Science ...

So I'd begin by thinking about my favourite subject is and what I'm doing the best in. I'd then think about what kind of environment I can see mysel...

Work experience - Iā€™m currently doing English Literature, Sociology, Psychology and Applied Science ...

So I'd begin by thinking about my favourite subject is and what I'm doing the best in. I'd then think about what kind of environment I can see mysel...

Asked by Jann

Law šŸ“–

If I decide to take Psychology in University and after take on a conversion course for Law, would I ...

It'll be just the one and you'll graduate with an LLB but in the breakdown it would say that your first year was psychology. ...

Asked by Ruwaydah

Maths šŸ’Æ

What can i become with these alevels : applied science, maths, psychology and sociology. Also, which...

There are several things you can go in e.g. teaching, nursing, therapy, childcare, to name a few. In terms of dropping, it really depends on what yo...

Asked by Jeniffer

History šŸ•Œ

Representatives of every Allied nation except which country attended the peace conference in Paris?

Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany and the Ottoman empire were not allowed to attend until all the details had been discussed by the others. ...

Asked by Addie

History šŸ•Œ

Why until late 1956 did the Soviet Communists persecute anyone belonging to the Catholic Church?

The Soviets were against the West and Catholicism with the West. Religion in general was ridiculed, I'm fact it was the Soviets who introduced 'scie...

What kind of work experience should I look into if Iā€™m intrested in art, games and technology?

If you're over 16, you can do internships/apprenticeships with sky. Look into any big Tech/business firms and see if you can get some experience in ...

Asked by William

Study Skills šŸ“š

What is the best way to remember specific dates etc.. without making pneumonics?

Mnemonics often work for a lot of people but not for everyone. I would suggest making a table with 2 columns, dates on one side and the event on the...

What is the second most spoken Language in the world? Is it English?

I believe it is Spanish, Chinese is the number one most spoken language

What are the main differences between Catholics and Protestants?

That's actually a trickier question than it may seem. The basic understanding is that Catholicism is more traditional than Protestantism. Protestant...

Asked by Queren

History šŸ•Œ

To what extent did the lives of women improve in Soviet Russia?

It was during the Soviet period that women were given the opportunity to study, to train, to work and for personal development. Men and women became...

What is better, going to college or doing an apprenticeship?

It really depends on what you're interested in, what you want to do in terms of career and where you're strengths and weaknesses lie. I would recomm...

Asked by Tyler

Business šŸ‘”

Is it more successful to become an architect or a carpenter?

It really depends on what you prefer to do and where you choose to work but you'll probably have more opportunities as an architect. Hope that helps...

I need help with understanding how to revise. Any ideas?

I think the best way to revise is to storm all the key points for each topic like quotes, scholars, examples be that in a spider diagram or in note ...

Asked by Hamza

Study Skills šŸ“š

How do you get work experience in marketing or sales?

It depends what stage you're at. You could work in retail or try and get an internship or shadowing opportunity at a big business firm. An apprentic...

HOW DO I REVISE!!!!!! Revision strategies plzzzz!!?

I think the best way to revise is to storm all the key points for each topic like quotes, scholars, examples be that in a spider diagram or in note ...

Asked by Patrisia

Business šŸ‘”

Should i go to college or do an apprenticeship?

It really depends on what you enjoy and what field you want to go into. Also, you tend to need A-levels of the equivalent before you can do an appre...

How do I find work experience in IT/Computing?

If you're over 16, Sky offer great apprenticeships in this field. Of not look into any business firm and ask if they can offer experience in their I...

What are all types of figurative language?

The main 5 examples are: similies, metaphors, hyperbole, personification and symbolism. Others include onomatopoeia, idiom, cliche, synecdoche, asso...

Asked by Linh

Philosophy ā“

How do you find your core values?

Consider what you strongly believe in, e.g. gender equality or philanthropy. In ethics, moral dilemmas are given so that you can decide what you wou...

Asked by Gaia

History šŸ•Œ

How can I learn history better?

I would really recommend reading, be that textbooks or autobiographies. You can watch historical movies, but remember they may not be entirely accur...

Asked by Max

Geography šŸ—ŗ

What are tectonic plates?

The crust and the mantle of the earth are made up of rocks called tectonic plates. They usually fit together like a jigsaw. They are always moving a...

Asked by Teagan

Biology šŸŒ±

Which animals procreate?

We all do. To procreate is to reproduce or have offspring.

How do I get a job?

It really depends on what job you're looking for and what qualifications and experience you have. Best thing to begin with is by making a CV and loo...

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