BTEC or A-Levels?

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BeckyBoo169
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I can either take A-Levels which will be harder, and means less practical work, or I can take a BTEC course which means more practical work and less theory and i'm only focusing on that specific course instead of 4 different things.

I don't know what too do?!

Loads of friends are saying BTEC, but I feel like i'll enjoy A-Levels as much as BTEC, and I feel like a failure if I don't choose A-Levels.
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(Original post by BeckyBoo169)
I can either take A-Levels which will be harder, and means less practical work, or I can take a BTEC course which means more practical work and less theory and i'm only focusing on that specific course instead of 4 different things.

I don't know what too do?!

Loads of friends are saying BTEC, but I feel like i'll enjoy A-Levels as much as BTEC, and I feel like a failure if I don't choose A-Levels.
Why do you feel like you would be a failure if you didn't choose Alevels? BTEC courses are worthy in there own right.

Do you have any idea what you want to do after BTEC/Alevel? Also, do you think you would be able to enjoy only doing one subject instead of a variety? (These are the questions I asked myself before I chose to do Alevels)
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