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Old Dec 6th, 2012, 11:34 AM   #1578
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Re: Off Topic....Anything Goes vol3

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krying bcos i have 2 pick my uni courses by tomorrow night or something and i still don't know what to do. everyone is saying everything and i know they are just trying to get me to be realistic about my options and stuff, but it's just mindfucking me even more

omfg biggest headache ever, i can't even deal with this, hwo am i supposed to deal with life OMFG i mean this shit is so serious, i don't want to fuck up the rest of my life

kill me
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god fucking damnit i hate where i live, honestly the only uni remotely close to me is usyd and uws and uts bUT THEY HAVE NOTHING I WANT and omfg jsut kill me already wah.
Firstly I think you need to chillax a bit, Call-Me-Dave style. Seriously calm down. You said in the previous post you don't know what to choose but if you at least know what you want to do (be it one thing or more), then it's a start. So what do you want? And can't you go somewhere else in Australia for university? Regardless of what you choose, it will not fuck up the rest of your life. Believe me IT WON'T. Go for something you'd enjoy studying and doing for 3/4 years and do not worry too much about other people/job prospects/etc. (This will haunt you in your final year so there is no need to panic about it now ) I keep doubting whether I made the right decision or not and in hindsight I would have loved to have chosen a different field. But I do not regret studying what I am studying now. It gave me the chance to explore. And this is something that many overlook: university is about exploration. It's not the end of the world if you find out what you thought you wanted to do isn't really what you want to do. You're still young too Steven and I know it feels like a huge decision (because it is) but it is not the be all end all. You can always go back to university (Okay I know about the fees, etc. I have to pay over 40k for a degree with no loans ) but as long as you keep looking at it from this perspective of yours, things will get messy and quickly. I still have no idea what I really want to do but I've learnt not to dwell too much on it. I have several options written down and I'll go from there. Just my two cents, sorry no refunds.
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