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    I don't know whether to do A levels in business, I.T, law and media at a sixth form but it's also a sixth form I've never been before and only know about 5 people or go college and do a BTEC level 3 in business and at college I will know a lot more people. Although currently I do want a career in business I think that I could just be limiting myself to just doing one thing in the future if I do the BTEC. Please help me!?
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    (Original post by cafcgeorge)
    I don't know whether to do A levels in business, I.T, law and media at a sixth form but it's also a sixth form I've never been before and only know about 5 people or go college and do a BTEC level 3 in business and at college I will know a lot more people. Although currently I do want a career in business I think that I could just be limiting myself to just doing one thing in the future if I do the BTEC. Please help me!?
    Personally I would go to the sixth form where you will only know 5 people. Even though you want a career in business it's a good idea to have the other A-levels as a backup. Don't worry about not knowing a lot of people, you will most likely make friends.
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    (Original post by Millissa)
    Personally I would go to the sixth form where you will only know 5 people. Even though you want a career in business it's a good idea to have the other A-levels as a backup. Don't worry about not knowing a lot of people, you will most likely make friends.
    Would you say that sixth forms are better than colleges?
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    Would you say that sixth forms are better than colleges?
    I haven't been to either but I am starting at a college in September. I also applied for a sixth form, both places allowed you to do 4 A-levels. I chose college in the end though because it is less like school and you are more independent. However if your likely to slack off, sixth form would be better for you because they would care more if you wasn't attending and doing your work.
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    (Original post by Millissa)
    I haven't been to either but I am starting at a college in September. I also applied for a sixth form, both places allowed you to do 4 A-levels. I chose college in the end though because it is less like school and you are more independent. However if your likely to slack off, sixth form would be better for you because they would care more if you wasn't attending and doing your work.
    Ah right thanks, think sixth form would be better for me then
 
 
 

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