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I'm not going to give up on my passion.
VoiceOfHeart VoiceOfHeart 18-21, F 7 Answers Feb 9 in Community

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I don't think there's any convincing necessary - you're the paying customer aka the student. Talk to them openly about what you are changing from and what you're changing to.<br />
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Also, think realistically about your "major" - if you can go the long haul for a doctorate in psych, you can make a great career for yourself. It requires patience, funds and time. <br />
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There are also many majors that require psychology classes (aka, teaching) that may also be a suitable fit.... <br />
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Best of luck! It's a gift simply knowing what you'd like to do - use the interview as an opportunity to explore realities.

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explain why and give lots of reasons for the subject that you're interested in

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Change to what major? What is your passion? Just be honest and yourself in the interview.

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Its psychology.I just love to study about people.Thanks! :)

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What are you going to do with the degree???

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I'm going into the education system.Maybe as a counselor.

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Good luck... not a lot of income there.... BTW, you may also need an education degree.

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Go forward. Change the course. They cant do it anything afterwards. Life decision. Best of luck. :)

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That line about "not going to give up on my passion" seems pretty darned good to me.

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