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I'm picking my A Level options and I've found a college that does a course I can't do where I am. The problem is it's really far away from home, so I'd have to move. The college is near my aunt's so I could live with her, or the college does have near by accommodation. I was wondering if it's worth moving, or if I should just stay at home?

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(Original post by burningred)
Hi,

I'm picking my A Level options and I've found a college that does a course I can't do where I am. The problem is it's really far away from home, so I'd have to move. The college is near my aunt's so I could live with her, or the college does have near by accommodation. I was wondering if it's worth moving, or if I should just stay at home?

Thanks
It's up to you as to whether it's worth it. Will it make a difference to what you can, or want to do after, or is it simply just because it's of interest but not necessarily that useful/required. If it's the latter then it really is a personal decision, I probably wouldn't be that bothered myself unless there are no other alternatives I would enjoy doing.
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Is it just one course that you can't do? What about the other 3? (assuming you're choosing four). Is it needed for the degree you may want to pursue? I think it's a hassle moving just for college but it depends

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I'd like to write for a living. If I were to stay where I am, I would be studying:

English Lit/Philosophy and Ethics/ICT/History

However, I'm not sure about History. The college I found offers Creative Writing, which I would love to do and can't find it offered anywhere near me. I'd like to study English Lit/Philosophy at Durham, and would love to be an author.
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I'd like to write for a living. If I were to stay where I am, I would be studying:

English Lit/Philosophy and Ethics/ICT/History

However, I'm not sure about History. The college I found offers Creative Writing, which I would love to do and can't find it offered anywhere near me. I'd like to study English Lit/Philosophy at Durham, and would love to be an author.
Wow, I want to be an author too one day!!! But my main career path is an optometrist and maybe after that I start writing.
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(Original post by burningred)
Hi,

I'm picking my A Level options and I've found a college that does a course I can't do where I am. The problem is it's really far away from home, so I'd have to move. The college is near my aunt's so I could live with her, or the college does have near by accommodation. I was wondering if it's worth moving, or if I should just stay at home?

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