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I recently got my A-level results and not happy with them in the slightest (CDD), I'm still looking at being a teacher. Do a Levels matter as much or do they focus more on the degree and ambition to teach the subject?
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Are u heading to uni?
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Are u heading to uni?
Yes I got into Aberystwyth, just wondering if my aspiration has been slashed because of the grades
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Yes I got into Aberystwyth, just wondering if my aspiration has been slashed because of the grades
Shouldn't be as long as you do fine in your degree and get your PGCE (or whatever the teaching qualification is called). On your CV you can just put 'A-levels/passes in [subject names]' as opposed to your actual grades.
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Shouldn't be as long as you do fine in your degree and get your PGCE (or whatever the teaching qualification is called). On your CV you can just put 'A-levels/passes in [subject names]' as opposed to your actual grades.
Ok that's great thank you
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My A-levels were average. I turned it around to a good degree and now im about to start my PGCE You can do it
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I got BCC and got into a masters degree. All hope cannot be lost due to poor grades.
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