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I was wondering if (like Uni degrees) where you got your A Levels from was really important?

My schools sixth form (Hardenhuish) lets me do 4 AS Levels and then 3 A Levels
Whereas New College would let me do 5 AS Levels and then 4 A Levels
Which helps me a lot as I cannot narrow my options down to 4!

I know my sixth form is rated in the top 50 (I think) in the UK and New College does have a 'bad' reputation.

So does it really matter?
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in terms of where you get them no one is going to ask you down the line. Its more about the quality of teaching that you will receive, for example Portsmouth grammar where i go are still very hands on in their teaching style like they are at GCSE where as a lot of colleges just dont care what you do. Do you need that support or not?

for a levels its all about the school that will teach you how you want to be taught and thats all.
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