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Pro's and Con's of choosing a Beauty course in college as oppose to A levels? watch

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    I'm stuck, I don't think I would do very well in my A levs because looking at my GCSE I just don't have an interest in that kind of thing. The beauty courses seem more hands on, and I enjoy most things in that area..

    Is it a bad idea to opt for a Beauty course?
    Reasons for doing so, Reasons for not?


    It's a good idea if that is what you enjoy, you don't think you'd do well at A Levels, aren't that interested in academic work etc etc. Or at least, doing A Levels in this situation would be a much worse idea.

    The only good reason I can think of for not doing it is that the jobs that result are possibly limited. But I don't actually know whether that is the case. :dontknow:

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