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Can you do A- levels at College?

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    I started Year 11 a few weeks ago but I want to be 10 steps ahead with what I want to do. I'm aiming to succeed in journalism as a career but for it I want to achieve an English degree in a University. However, I'm not sure if I can do A- Levels at college because I'm not really intending to stay for sixth form at my school but if I know that colleges do A- Levels, that would really help
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    (Original post by violent.delights)
    I started Year 11 a few weeks ago but I want to be 10 steps ahead with what I want to do. I'm aiming to succeed in journalism as a career but for it I want to achieve an English degree in a University. However, I'm not sure if I can do A- Levels at college because I'm not really intending to stay for sixth form at my school but if I know that colleges do A- Levels, that would really help
    Colleges do run A- Level courses - I'm at a college studying for mine
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    (Original post by violent.delights)
    I started Year 11 a few weeks ago but I want to be 10 steps ahead with what I want to do. I'm aiming to succeed in journalism as a career but for it I want to achieve an English degree in a University. However, I'm not sure if I can do A- Levels at college because I'm not really intending to stay for sixth form at my school but if I know that colleges do A- Levels, that would really help
    Most colleges should have A Levels, but do look at the websites of colleges you want to apply and see if they do A levels, and which subjects theey do
 
 
 
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