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    Hi everyone

    I'm an 18 year old ex student, I just finished my alvels, and Im confused as to what to do in terms of a career or education choice. Initially I decided I wanted to do vehicle design but was told it was nonsense and instead decided on vehicle engineering as an apprenticeship and therefore never applied to UCAS.
    Realising that engineering wasnt really the path for me, Ive decided I want to go back to automotive design(Ive been drawing cars for yeeears!)

    Ive seen that there are courses at uni's that do this but I didnt get amazing alevel results (only 170 UCAS points) This was down to the fact I was told I HAD to do maths AND physics but couldnt cope with the pressure. On top of which, art was very unusual and abstract for me and I wish I hadnt done it. 3 a levels out of the window then:mad:. great start(sorry for rambling)

    I want to find out if I could get anymore ucas points before next years deadline for 2012 courses or is there another way into automotive design without a degree?? how would I go about applying for UCAS now as I have no referees for the application :/

    any help would be awesome
    thanks
 
 
 
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