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    I have no idea what options I want to take for my a-levels? And i'm not sure whether to go to college and do my a levels or go to a comprehensive school.. Does anyone have any advice?
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    (Original post by laurenkelly141)
    I have no idea what options I want to take for my a-levels? And i'm not sure whether to go to college and do my a levels or go to a comprehensive school.. Does anyone have any advice?
    Do you have any idea what degree or job you would like to do?
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    I have no idea what options I want to take for my a-levels? And i'm not sure whether to go to college and do my a levels or go to a comprehensive school.. Does anyone have any advice?
    You haven't really given people much to work with here. What subjects do you enjoy at GCSE? Do you have any plans for after A levels? Apprenticeship? Job? University? Etc etc.
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    I'm studying; French, Geography, Music and Business Studies... I do want to do my A-levels and continue to University. I originally wanted to be an English teacher, then a lawyer and now i'm looking into being a crime scene investigator but have been told it's not all that i imagine it to be. In university i'm thinking of studying Criminology but am not entirely sure. If any of you are from Wales, you can do your A-levels in Crickhowell Comprehensive (sixth form) or you can do them in college. My grandparents are encouraging me to go to the Comprehensive as it's a stricter environment however you are treated more like an adult in college. I do a lot of volunteering on the side of school, i am an ambassador and i get good grades in school. I'm just really confused for the future.
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    (Original post by laurenkelly141)
    I'm studying; French, Geography, Music and Business Studies... I do want to do my A-levels and continue to University. I originally wanted to be an English teacher, then a lawyer and now i'm looking into being a crime scene investigator but have been told it's not all that i imagine it to be. In university i'm thinking of studying Criminology but am not entirely sure. If any of you are from Wales, you can do your A-levels in Crickhowell Comprehensive (sixth form) or you can do them in college. My grandparents are encouraging me to go to the Comprehensive as it's a stricter environment however you are treated more like an adult in college. I do a lot of volunteering on the side of school, i am an ambassador and i get good grades in school. I'm just really confused for the future.
    Well I do Criminology so if you need any advice on that, feel free to ask!
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    (Original post by laurenkelly141)
    I have no idea what options I want to take for my a-levels? And i'm not sure whether to go to college and do my a levels or go to a comprehensive school.. Does anyone have any advice?
    http://www.russellgroup.ac.uk/informed-choices/
 
 
 

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