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    Sixth form has like no freedom (I have 30 compulsory hours)

    Sixth form colleges are a bit chilled - friend only has 14 compulsory hours a week. Can leave the site and go home when you don't have lessons etc.

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    Learn to balance social and work, otherwise if you just do work you'll burn out and think 'I can't do this anymore' or if you just socialise you'll probably fall behind in lessons


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    I go to a sixth form college so I would say if you can balance your time well then go for it. But if you want to be bound by school rules like usual then go for the sixth form.
 
 
 

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