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Junior Apprentice finalist vows to succeed in business

Kirsty Cleaver
Image caption Kirsty Cleaver said Junior Apprentice was a great experience

An Aberdeenshire teenager who made it to the final four in Lord Sugar's Junior Apprentice said she would not give up on her dream of working in business.

Kirsty Cleaver, 17, of Stonehaven, lost out as maths whizz-kid Arjun Rajyagor won the BBC show.

Arjun won £25,000 - which will be controlled by Lord Sugar - to launch his business career.

Kirsty described taking part as the best experience of her life.

She plans to study international law at Napier University in Edinburgh.

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