I'm thinking of going to a 'brick' uni to study Law. Now, do I need to declare convictions since it will only be a degree?
Surely just to study the subject only a Basic could be done?
After all I do Law via the OU and no check was required!
Plan: Get the English LLB then do the 2 years graduate entry for the Scottish LLB. As I have the advantage of a clear Basic in the near future I think I stand a good chance of a decent job. My head in the clouds here?
I will be around 34 on getting the above two. Would also love to get the Msc in Forensic Psychology and Criminology.
Have no idea what job to aim for. I also don't want to cut out jobs as over qualified!! Danger I think of education, could in turn cut jobs out.
Need direction and have no idea. Something needs to change or I will be in a early grave!
My grammar is borderline I was told which holds me back in a way. School was a bad time due to various issues.
Post Edited (Bryan) : 13/09/2011 20:12:03 (GMT+1)