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Please help me quit teaching! What home do you prefer?

(28 Posts)
tardelli11 Sun 05-Dec-21 21:47:33

Hi. I hope this is the right place to put this.
I have just about finished with teaching. I have been doing a two year MSc in Building Surveying. Just about to cross the threshold as this finishes in a few weeks time. I just need a few kind people to help me with my dissertation questionnaire. It is 10 quick-fire questions based around - Victorian or Modern property - what is the nation's favourite? Any help much appreciated and sorry to ask! Link is here -

www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FDKZ2SM

Have a good day everyone and thanks again.

Coastpath Sun 05-Dec-21 22:12:18

Interesting survey tardellill. Just completed. Good luck with your studies and career change.

Pyewacket1 Sun 05-Dec-21 22:47:09

I’ve just completed your survey too. Best wishes with your MSc and whatever career choice you decide upon.

Mamissimo Sun 05-Dec-21 22:51:26

All done - good luck!

annodomini Sun 05-Dec-21 22:57:29

An interesting and well-constructed survey. I hope it contributes to your success in the final assessment. Good luck.

Doodledog Sun 05-Dec-21 23:21:41

Done! Good luck with the MA.

Maggiemaybe Sun 05-Dec-21 23:26:09

Done. Good luck with your future plans.

Ro60 Mon 06-Dec-21 02:10:38

Done 👍

tardelli11 Mon 06-Dec-21 08:52:39

A HUGE thank you to all - I am very grateful indeed. Have a lovely day!

BlueBelle Mon 06-Dec-21 09:07:10

Where have the rest of the posts gone I posted that I had completed it as did others AFTER your thank you Tardehill

glammanana Mon 06-Dec-21 09:14:29

Done

ElaineI Mon 06-Dec-21 09:20:15

I see you have to live in England to do this not rest of UK.

Dottygran59 Mon 06-Dec-21 09:28:09

Oh that's odd, I posted as well BEFORE your thank you to say I had completed it - oh well, just so you know I have and wish you well in your new career

tardelli11 Mon 06-Dec-21 11:17:43

ElaineI

I see you have to live in England to do this not rest of UK.

Hi Elainel - many thanks indeed for trying. Yes, I should have said - the project is about English houses. Many thanks again

tardelli11 Mon 06-Dec-21 11:18:18

tardelli11

ElaineI

I see you have to live in England to do this not rest of UK.

Hi Elainel - many thanks indeed for trying. Yes, I should have said - the project is about English houses. Many thanks again

Thank you DottyGran. Great name by the way! Best wishes

Saxifrage Mon 06-Dec-21 11:30:24

Sorry, Found it impossible to answer as I have lived in either Edwardian or 1020's homes

Nannarose Mon 06-Dec-21 11:38:48

Interesting - I have built my own house (so obviously modern!)

Trisha57 Mon 06-Dec-21 11:46:41

Done, and good luck in your new career!

Ashcombe Mon 06-Dec-21 11:51:56

Happy to help, not least if it enables you to get out of teaching!

tardelli11 Tue 07-Dec-21 08:08:47

Many thanks again all

nanna8 Tue 07-Dec-21 08:12:21

Good luck with your survey. There aren’t a whole lot of Victorian houses here in Australia so not really relevant for us. Our house is regarded as ‘old’ here because it was built in the early 1980s!

Curlywhirly Tue 07-Dec-21 08:34:32

Done.

Germanshepherdsmum Tue 07-Dec-21 10:08:08

Done. It was a shame that views on other period homes weren’t needed, eg Georgian, but I expect there’s a good reason. Good luck!

tardelli11 Tue 07-Dec-21 13:48:25

Germanshepherdsmum

Done. It was a shame that views on other period homes weren’t needed, eg Georgian, but I expect there’s a good reason. Good luck!

Hi - you make a great point. Unfortunately, I had to try and keep the parameters as tight as possible on this potentially huge project! I really appreciate the time you have all taken to help me. Many thanks again.

tardelli11 Tue 07-Dec-21 13:49:27

Nannarose

Interesting - I have built my own house (so obviously modern!)

Wowsers! Congratulations! As a budding Building Surveyor, that is something that I would take great pride in if I ever managed to oversee something like that. Well done! Thanks for your time with the survey too. Best wishes.