Think about it: you want to find out about doing some study, you are not 18 so not at school and not in the loop of any ‘educating’ type of scenario or network. Your friends might be either mostly out of work, or doing a boring menial job, or have family commitments (stay-at-home-mums). You have no idea whether you could… Read more →
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