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    I started sixth form in September but I don't really enjoy it and wished I'd gone to the college instead. I'm halfway through the year now and I've done a lot of coursework, but I'm wondering if it's a possibility to change at the end of my AS year. Has anyone done this and what was it like? Was it hard to keep up with the work and did it impact on applying to unis? Thanks

    I didn't do this exactly, but I took AS maths at school in year 11, then went to college and carried A-level maths on there. It is possible.
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