It can feel like a huge moment in our lives – finding out our grades after years studying at school, college, or uni. But people on Twitter want you to know that regardless of the grades you get, there is no wrong path when it comes to your career. The Huffington Post reports.
People are sharing their own experiences under the hashtag #NoWrongPath to time with people in Scotland getting their A Level grades.
Femi Oluwole, a campaigner with 63,000 Twitter followers who is co-founder of Our Future, Our Choice – a young group campaigning for a people’s vote on the Brexit deal – also shared his experience in a Tweet.
“I applied to study Eng lit. Got rejected by all 5 unis. So I applied for Law w/ French. Spent a year working in a pub, law firm & Belgian primary school. And now I’m on TV innit
Whatever your exam results, take a breath and figure out your next step #NoWrongPath”
Former CEO of UCAS, Mary Curnock Cook, also shared her experience of leaving school at 16 and first going to university aged 41.
“Left school at 16. Went to Uni at 41. Dream job at 50. Chief Exec of UCAS! #NoWrongPath “
Will you be sharing your experiences with the message when the GCSE and A level results come out? Please tell us your thoughts in comments or via Twitter ~ Tamsin
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