Hello, I am having quite a dilemma on what to do after I graduate. I live in Toronto and I am graduating from a 4-year specialist program in Accounting this May. I have average grades and some good experience working in a tax firm and as a teaching assistant for the University, marking and teaching basic accounting courses. My dilemma is I do not know what to do after I graduate. I do not like tax. I do not want to end up as a book-keeper at a small firm as I did it for 3 years and I hated it, I found it boring. My GF wants me to got to law school, and I do enjoy law, but I don't think my GPA is high enough to get in. I applied to the big 4 but I got no response. I like to do stock trading but I lost quite a bit of money on a couple bad trades, but I think I can commit myself to learning the stock market. So should I pursue stock trading with my limited capital, try to get into law school, or continue to purse accounting for the CA designation even though I have no training office? Thanks and any advice would be appreciated.