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rejected and now lost

Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
edited March 27 in Work & Study
so i just got rejected from the busisness school i applied for, it wasn't really a big surprise considering my grades aren't all that good and extra-cirrcular stuff makes me wanna die. but i started thinking...(hard to believe, i know) and i realized that i don't really want to go into busisness anymore. there is just too much economics for me, i'm trying accoutning now and i don't understand any of it, i can't take any more math if my life depended on it, and still 3 more classes would have been required, but now i have no idea what i want to do. i could try for a different busisness school, but i dont' know. i could just go for the general college, but i don't konw what i would do there either. i have considered nearly every line of work and i don't want to do any of it. and after this year i will have my AA degree in generals, so i cant take time to do that and think about it. any ideas?
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    Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
    You need to see a careers advisor really and talk through your options. If you are really confused it may be worth doing a general foundation year in the area you think you want to study and specialising after, or taking a year out to think.

    Susie :)
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    Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,323 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Which is exactly what I did Susie :)

    I took a general year in my course of interest, and next year I plan to specialize in a related path. Definately go and see a careers advisor if your stuck for information, as they do help. Alternatively speak to someone who knows about your field. A tutor for example as they can give sound advise.
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