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09 July 2009 @ 01:37 pm
Studying Japanese + University's issues  
The exams are finally over!!!!! This means that I'm free and I started studying japanese (only hiragana for now), because I want to study it at the university.
There are problems though, because the university in which I want to enroll accepts only 500 people basing on the school-leaving examination's mark and this means that I haven't the guarantee to be accepted.
There is another university that has the similar course (linguistic mediation) but there isn't japanese but chinese. This university is private and accepts 800 people (this means that it'll accept my application).

So the problem is: try to apply at the first university and wait for the results or apply to the second (but this means that I won't study japanese) ?

And I can't apply to both and wait for the results of the first university, because in the moment I apply for the second I have to pay the first instalment of the university and I'll be accepted for sure.

There is also the problem of money. I don't want to be a burden for my parents (they will pay the university) so I really want to go to the first university (it's public and costs less).

I don't know what to do, besides I still don't know my high school's final mark. I think that I'll wait for the result and decide to apply or not for the first university basing on it. If the mark is equal or more than 70, I'll apply.

What do you think? Do you have some advice?
calpis37calpis37 on July 9th, 2009 07:18 pm (UTC)
Hmm..if you really want to study Japanese, then you should definitely apply for the first university (and I guess it's cheaper than the private one?:D). I'm sure you can make it into the 500 people, so have confidence!:3