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    I will be changing schools at the end of January. So, before I do the rest of the exams during the summer.

    1. If the new school is not on the same exam-board as my current school.. What is most likely to happen?
    2. Art-Course work, what will happen to it?

      Let me just clear some stuff up:

    • No. There is no way we can stop moving
    • No. Bus routes for my current school do not run through the area I will be living
    • No. My parents cannot drop me off each morning.
    • I am fully aware that this is a very "inconvenient" time to move. Believe me, I know. I am unable to do anything about it, I do not need a lecturing.


    • Two YR 10 GCSES are done (English Lit + Science)
    • I will be staying on at the new school to do A-Levels.

    Well i think you will have to do your exams with the different exam boards from your previous school if your new school does not use your current school's one.

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