Hi I am a male who graduated from university in July 2011 with a History degree and is due to start a primary school SCITT course run by the University of Nottingham at a school in Shibden, near Halifax when the new term starts. However, recently I have been having some serious doubts whether teaching, and primary school teaching is right for me at this particular time. I feel like I have made a mistake and would be better suited to teaching at either secondary or FE level. The year will cost 9,000+ and I feel as though that is far too big a financial commitment for something that I am unsure about. However I am scared about dropping out as I dont know what else I want to do, although I know that is not the reason I should do it. Furthermore, with the marker for teaching as saturated as it is at the moment, there is no guarantee I would get a job. Also, I dont drive and the journey to the school is a long one on the train everyday. Added to that, I cant afford to leave home and my grandad, who suffers from advanced dementia, luives with us, and I feel as though I would be under severe amounts of stress. I need to make my decision quickly or else I will be committed to paying the fees and starting the course anyway. Sorry to rant, but I really need some advice, can anybody help?