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    I've got a place at BPP but I really want to go to a 'proper' uni, so my plan is to do a year fix my a levels and then transfer. is this idea ok or crap if so what are my other plans?
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    (Original post by polvere)
    I've got a place at BPP but I really want to go to a 'proper' uni, so my plan is to do a year fix my a levels and then transfer. is this idea ok or crap if so what are my other plans?
    why don't you fix your a levels now and then apply to a uni? why BPP?
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    why don't you fix your a levels now and then apply to a uni? why BPP?
    because i have serious strict parent who won't pay for my mess and won't let me take a gap year
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    oh and I did get a consideration recently from King's but they wanted BBB and I had BBB but on results day my teachers said to get a paper remarked and now i have BBC yeah I know my life sucks. and king's opens on monday so i sent an email but not sure what's happening
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    I have no idea how to answer that, especially as your parents are funding you. Try and convince them - tell them that uni's are better?
 
 
 
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