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June 21, 2021, 04:24:29 pm

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Conflicted Jaffy
« on: May 25, 2021, 03:13:27 pm »
Hi AN!

I don稚 really know who to ask or where ask, so I thought I壇 start here! I知 a first year science student and I知 a bit conflicted lol. I know we don稚 choose majors until second year, but I知 struggling with choosing. I知 tossing up between Geography or Zoology, but in first year the subjects are so broad that I dont know if I知 actually going to like either? But I also different take a geography first year pre req, so would i even get in? I didnt realise I would like it, so I only took GEOG10001 and not EVSC10001. How could I fix this? I dont think its offered in second sem.

Im also not sure if I should transfer into an Arts degree to study Ancient History. I致e always loved it, and after taking ANCW10001 I知 interested in taking an Arts degree instead. Or should I just stick to a science degree? or should I transfer? I知 just worried about the job market - is there anything in zoology or ancient world studies?

I知 sorry, I know this is all over the place, but I知 really confused! Any advice would be appreciated, thanks in advance.
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Re: Conflicted Jaffy
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2021, 11:45:23 pm »
Contacting stop 1 is probably the best route to this problem hopefully they can provide you the resources and support you need to determine the path of the rest of your degree.
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