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    I danced hip hop between the ages of 9-11 but gave it up when I moved schools and I also did a few weeks of ballet but gave that up cuz I had real bad anxiety, that was when I was 12. So I have very little experience but I'm currently in year 11 (age 15, turning 16) and we're starting to apply to sixth form and one of the A Levels I was thinking of taking was Dance because it's something that I'd like to get back into and I think it'd be a good way too boost my confidence also (I've had very little since I had problems with anxiety and panic attacks that started when I was 12). But I'm kinda reluctant to choose it because I don't wanna be the only one who's just starting and isn't as good as everyone else who I assume will of had some experience. Is it a good idea or not? Also could anyone tell me anything about A Level Dance, like what it involves e.g. group work, solo work etc.

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