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    (Original post by David Chance)
    What should I do?


    I found out my results today and found out I haven't been granted access to move onto my 2nd year but I have the option to re-sit modules or do assessments or something ( I'll know more in a few days).


    I am in doubt that I'll pass these re-sits so if I fail I would like to move onto doing an apprenticeship but I don't think I'm even qualified due to the amount of GCSE's I have (NONE!). I want to work and learn at the same time as it's my preferred way of learning but I don't know what to do.


    HELP ! any ideas?
    Hpw did you get into uni without GCSEs and what course did you study?

    If you are 16-25 you can do apprenticeship I don't think they care about GCSES 😊

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