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As a person who is neurodiverse I tend to jump from subject to subject not really knowing what i want to do in life, not every neurodiverse person will be confused about what they want to do that is just my personal experience. However for a very long time I've always loved sign language over the years i learned a few songs and phrases however upon thinking about what i want to do as my career in the past year I decided that I wanted to learn BSL and use it to do something good with my future job, not only that but also do what i love for a job. I'm very happy to be taking the course I am, and to have been able to take my classes and I'm very motivated to complete this course and hopefully get my level 1 qualification. 

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