If I come across anything good or recall anything I've seen, I'll throw it your way! If you come across any good typing lesson programs be sure to alert me so I can kick your ass next time we have a type-off.
I've got to some serious cramming before tomorrow so I'm gonna try and work 'till 2am then hopefully get a little shut-eye. Talk to you again soon.
I've wanted to be a boxing referee in my spare time for a little while. I've never gotten round to even looking into it though.
Sounds like both options would be great for you then, I wish you the best of luck. It's definitely a worthwhile venture pursuing a degree in either of those subjects.
You'd probably be surprised with regards to Maths. I'm not sure what level you got to but as I said earlier I'm doing first year Uni stuff at the minute and it's all just process following really. I feel anyone with a base intelligence like yourself definitely has a shot at it, it's not all it's hyped up to be.
It depends what you're after though. I've never been motivated by money and I'm simply doing Physics because I enjoy it and have a bit of enthusiasm for it. I'll definitely be able to survive on a Physics degree and I guess it perhaps gives me the platform to potentially contribute to something cool as well, which is always an added bonus.
So as well as going into Law/Accountancy for the money side of it (which I'm assuming is your reasoning, correct me if I'm wrong), you could also look at a degree that could get you a decent job, maybe one that is not as economically rewarding but that you enjoy a lot more?
I'm not sure exactly. I won't specialise until 3rd year at University or whatever so I've got a bit of time to think about that. There are a few different courses though. "Physics, Mathematical Physics, Theoretical Physics, Physics w/ Astrophysics and Physics w/ Music () so I'll need to think about that as well and really look at the course material in the coming days before I write my personal statement etc.
That's fair enough, and yeah, it's more of an idea if your cash strapped and can't fit in a degree around your lifestyle due to time/financial constraints. Laying out all your options and having a good think definitely won't do any harm. From what I hear in terms of word of mouth, Accountancy degrees are pretty good for pretty much walking into employment after your degree is over. Apparently the money:effort ratio is pretty fantastic for an accountant too.