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    Hi all. I've been looking at the different routes into teaching and have no idea which would be the best for me. I've got a 2:2 in demography and I've got 9 years post graduate work experience in hr, training and consultancy. I really want to go into primary teaching but am worried that my 2:2 will hold me back.
    my ideal route into teaching would be the schools direct salaried (dream on) other than that I can't really see the difference between sciit and university course. Are any more likely to accept a 2:2?
    Is there anything that I can do to increase my chances of being accepted. Thanks!


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