[ubuntu-uk] Advice for the future
kirrus at kirrus.co.uk
Wed Oct 17 23:38:44 BST 2007
----- "Jai Harrison" <jai at jaiharrison.com> wrote:
> I've just had an argument with my guardian about doing A levels next
> year instead of going to a third-rate University that will lead to my
> eventual curricular failure. It seems all of the good universities
> won't accept me without a maths qualification (only the bad ones
> require just a C in maths) and that there's no way into them after I
> finish this course. I should never have taken a BTEC... what a great
> way to waste my life.
> What do I do now? Take a third-rate University and end up with a
> qualification that's not worth the paper it's written on or take an A
> level whilst living on the streets?
Jai, Try talking to a uni you're looking at's admissions department. As has been sugested, try asking about a foundation year, or asking if they'll take you with your BTEC.
Non-Graduate, Officially, Trainee Web Designer. Unofficially, trainee web developer, linux sysadmin, linux user support (1st line, ending soon, YAY!), windows (2k/xp) user support. Basic data-entry work (that which a .sh script won't help with). Basically, a trainee/grunt :)
I *love* my job. Really do... (I'm 20 atm)
Johnathon / Kirrus
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