We strongly recommend that you learn to drive during this time. There'll
never be a better opportunity and drivers win over non drivers (all other
things being equal) every time in archaeology.
Once you start college it gets difficult to fit in.
best of luck
Jenny and John
From: Sarah MacLean <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: 13 March 2001 11:33
Subject: Advice on how to spend time :)
> Over the past year or so I have been very grateful for all
the help you
>have given to me on various subjects, e.g. Christianity in Roman Britain,
>Statistics in Archaeology, which Uni should I choose?! . Well, I'm stuck
>again so I thought I'd better ask you all for you help again.
> On 19th June I have my final A-Level examination. After that I have
>amounts to around 3 and a half months before I start University (if I get
>the right grades etc.). So what should I do with these 3 months??? I want
>to do something other than excavation work, which I've been doing for 3
>years now, and I'm particularly interested in working with artifacts. I
>can't drive so working on projects in places you can't reach easily by
>train or bus are out of the question. I have I.T. skills, am a hard worker
>and have worked with the public before (I used to be a tour guide).
> If anyone can help, give any pointers, etc. I'd be so grateful!
>UK Archaeology Opportunities
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