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    After dropping out of college studying a Photography Foundation Degree 3 years ago, I have been getting up for the past 2.5 years to work in a call centre. As much as I love the people, and have progressed in my job, the money hasn't nor has my love for my job.

    I am am looking to return to college to gain a couple of A-Levels. Currently I have a C in Photography, 2 E's in Media and Psychology (sort of abandoned my studies in hope of getting into college with Photography) and a D is AS level English Language.

    I want to gain an A-Level in Biology to be able to apply for a job within the RAF but not give up work full time as I would not be able to do this financially. I am only 21 and am not aware of any loans I can apply for to help with tuition fees, or grants to help with the cost of living.

    Any info on this would be amazing, and anyone who has info on biology home or evening college courses within Devon would definitely be my hero!
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