Students have revealed their hopes and dreams about what they think will happen in the next 10 years... with some interesting results.
The survey, carried out by StudentBeans.com, questioned 1,349 students about everything from prime ministers, cure for cancer and the Loch Ness monster.
Have a look at our gallery. Do you agree with any?
We Will See A Prime Minister: 29%
US President Barack Obama delivers his keynote speech to both Houses of Parliament in the historic Westminster Hall, previously accorded only to a handful of eminent figures like Nelson Mandela, Charles de Gaulle and the Pope.
There will be a major terrorist attack in the UK: 45%
The emergency services take part in a London Olympics security exercise at the disused Aldwych station today where they replicated a terrorist attack on the London Underground.
Newspapers will no longer exist: 16%
Women will earn more int he workplace than men: 16%
Christianity will be a minority religion in the UK: 31%
Tuition fees will be scrapped: 7%
Demonstrators in central London for today's planned protest against Government funding cuts and plans to raise tuition fees.
There will be a cure for cancer: 24%
File photo dated 15/06/06 of a consultant analyzing a mammogram. Women undergoing treatment for breast cancer should be warned that 20\% of patients who chose to only have part of the breast removed are likely to need a second operation, scientists said.
The Loch Ness monster will be captured: 3%
Scotland will no longer be part of the UK: 36%
Nick Clegg will become Prime Minister: 3%
Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg give a speech at the Soho Depot in Smethwick.
Prince William will be King: 42%
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry chat with children during a visit to Bacon's College in Greenwich, London, where they attended the launch of a new sports project that aims to train the next generation of sports coaches.
The Euro will be scrapped: 32%
Gay marriage will be recognised by the Church: 37%
Smoking will be made illegal: 21%