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    (Original post by Pinkberry_y)
    Yes I do


    Not for this reason, when I graduate I'll have a fairly stable and well paid job to live on, however I don't want to be the breadwinner of the relationship and find a male who is rich and successful in his career to be a very attractive trait
    would you date someone who was say... not the wealthiest?
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    What's the apprenticeship?

    please don't tell me you're gonna be tradie scum.
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    would you date someone who was say... not the wealthiest?
    Define not the wealthiest
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    Good luck!
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    As someone who has done hiring, apprenticeships are fine.

    It depends on what the apprenticeship is in, what qualifications you have gotten on your own dime and the passion you show for the subject.
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    Right. This is what I've decided to do. I'm going to spend the day working in retail somewhere. However, I will be studying two A-levels at home; Maths and Further Maths.
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    ciao ragazz'

    please leave forehead data with Cheryl at reception.*
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    you have ruined your life, A levels are the one of the biggest stepping stones of a human life, an apprenticeship is not the right step to anything.
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    (Original post by PHD2027)
    you have ruined your life, A levels are the one of the biggest stepping stones of a human life, an apprenticeship is not the right step to anything.
    I've made amendments to my plans. I will be working and studying two A-levels at home; I'm wary of the speed material is covered.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    I've made amendments to my plans. I will be working and studying two A-levels at home; I'm wary of the speed material is covered.
    why are you doing 2? unis don't accept 2. why you doin' it at home?
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    I've made amendments to my plans. I will be working and studying two A-levels at home; I'm wary of the speed material is covered.
    There is no point in doing just two. Uni's accept a minimum of 3.

    Should have just stuck to the apprenticeship.
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    (Original post by Pinkberry_y)
    Define not the wealthiest
    I dunno. Say <50k a year?
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    (Original post by cbreef)
    I dunno. Say <50k a year?
    No
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    PHD2027 Tai Ga At what point have I expressed any desire to go to University?
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    PHD2027 Tai Ga At what point have I expressed any desire to go to University?
    what on earth is the point of doing A levels without the intention to proceed to university? Especially if you're only doing two as a lot of the "good" jobs have a minimum UCAS point requirement.

    It's a waste of time doing it for self-gratification if you're not using it as a stepping stone for university. Spend your time more wisely and do an apprenticeship,
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    PHD2027 Tai Ga At what point have I expressed any desire to go to University?
    why would you do A levels if your not going to uni at the end?
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    lol how can you give up so easily o_0, did you do really bad in GCSES?
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    lol how can you give up so easily o_0, did you do really bad in GCSES?
    Yeah 2As, 6Bs, 2Cs
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    (Original post by Tai Ga)
    what on earth is the point of doing A levels without the intention to proceed to university? Especially if you're only doing two as a lot of the "good" jobs have a minimum UCAS point requirement.

    It's a waste of time doing it for self-gratification if you're not using it as a stepping stone for university. Spend your time more wisely and do an apprenticeship,
    At this time three A-levels will be a bit much due to the problems I'm having.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Yeah 2As, 6Bs, 2Cs
    That's not bad for a Premier League champion.
 
 
 
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