012. I'm studying pharmacy.
Even though I hate chemistry with a passion. Doesn’t make sense, does it? I mean, I loved year 10 chem, “balancing equations, memorising the periodical table, woohoo!”, so I decided to do chem in year 11 & 12 too. Aaand I hated it. I passed. But I still hated it. So when it came to uni options I chose physio, ‘cos I really love human biology. Since early year 11 I had decided to do physio, and I got in. But for some reason, within the space of one week, I decided to study pharmacy instead. Actually, in all honesty that reason was my parents. They didn’t want me doing physio and they kept pushing me towards pharmacy. Dad told me it was my choice, but I knew they wanted me to do pharm. So I did, but I’m not gonna blame them, they gave me a choice. Right now I don’t mind it, I know I’d be happier in physio but I don’t regret it. I can’t regret it. You’re probably wondering why don’t I just switch courses? See, in my family, when you start something, you stick with it 'til the end. And that’s exactly what I’m doing. I’ll graduate when I’m 21, so I’ve still got plenty of time. I reckon I’ll work in a pharmacy for a couple of years then go back to uni and become a patent attorney or doctor. Or who knows, maybe even a physio.