- 1. Make your own decisions
- Starting Up: Critical Lessons from 10 New Schools
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It took months of thinking to know exactly what it was that interested me most. Whatever your exam results may be, you are turning the page of a new chapter — an exciting, and as yet unscripted story.
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Make sure you enjoy this period. While everything may seem a bit up in the air, it is likely you will look back on your school leaving as one of the best periods of your life, before the realities of everyday life and paying bills come into play.
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In school, I was blissfully unaware of how to financially navigate the real world — I had to work this out for myself. APR, insurance and overdrafts were like a foreign language to me, and it seems I was not alone.
According to a recent study , more than a third of people wish there had been lessons in school on how to budget, a further third would have appreciated classes on the importance of insurance. I wish that before I left school somebody had told me to stop worrying about what the future held and to make the most of the present time. One tip I would give to school leavers is to use summer holidays and spare time wisely.
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Research has shown that students who have a gap year achieve more highly at university than students who enter university straight after school and mature age students. Having worked in a number of different countries it is true, travel really does broaden the mind. Do something that will enrich your life and that will take you out of your comfort zone.
1. Make your own decisions
Employers will always look favourably on the efforts taken by go getters who have gone out and done work experience. Work experience or volunteering is a great way to network and exposes you to a range of core workplace activities, including teamwork, communication skills and how to use your initiative. If I could give my year-old self any piece of advice over and over again it would be not to be scared of rejection. Getting job rejections can be emotionally difficult and frustrating but it can also be a useful springboard to reassess your goals.
There are many different pathways to get to the same destination.
Starting Up: Critical Lessons from 10 New Schools
You can look at alternative pathways. When I left school I thought that was the end of homework. How wrong I was. And with all that in mind, I wish you good luck for the rest of your adventures in this little thing we call life!
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Love pedagogy | Winter | Lisa Arrastia | Overland literary journal
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