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APPRENTICE star and West Ham United vice-chairman Karren Brady answers your racing questions.

Here, he helps a reader who doesn’t know where to start to get back to work.

1Karren Brady, Baroness Brady, CBE is a British business executive and television personality.

Q: I’m going to university in September to study English, hoping to work for a media or publisher, after spending a year to earn some money to help finance my studies.

I was very excited, but now I feel a lot of pressure from my parents and even from my friends to excel.

They say I better not bother going unless I come out with a first-class degree, because I’m going to be in a lot of debt.

I would love to get a first place, but if I get a 2.1 or 2.2 am I going to have a hard time getting a job?

Am I better off trying a less conventional route at a company?

Chloe, via email

A: It is important to remember that while academic performance is of course a factor in the job market, it is not the only one.

Employers also value hands-on experience and skills, such as creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving abilities.

While aiming for a first-class title may be a worthwhile goal, a 2.1 or 2.2 is still a very respectable achievement.

If college is what you want to do, make the most of all it has to offer, both academically and socially.

You don’t pay off your student loan until you make £25,000 a year (before tax and other deductions) and repayments are managed in a way that should be affordable.

Don’t look at it as a debt, look at it as an investment in yourself.

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However, if you want to explore your options, there are other paths that can lead to a career in media or publishing.

Apprenticeships, internships, and entry-level positions can provide valuable opportunities.

Ultimately, the most important thing is to focus on gaining practical experience and developing your skills and your network, both at university and beyond.

Have a racing question for Karren? Email bossingit@fabulousmag.co.uk.

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