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    I was home schooled for IGCSEs only which worked well, then went to a school to do my a levels but after my AS year it worked out terribly and I'm leaving.*
    Anyway my option was getting into a foundation course but it doesn't qualify me to go great universities- only to the uni I'd be taking it at which doesn't have any of the Ba courses I want for afterwards. I'm thinking private tuition for a2, or an intensive a level course where they might allow me to join them for the a2 semester.. any other option? I contacted normal sixth forms to join their a2 but it didn't work with any of them.
    Thanks for reading

    *(Everyone literally sat on the other side of the room/hall all year, gave me dirty looks and laughed when i spoke. The teachers were unprofessional and always absent. It was mortifying and I swore to God I'd never step foot back there after the year.)
 
 
 
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