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    Hi recently I have been thinking about going to college to do highers instead of school. If I was I would be doing an access to humanities course which is higher English, History , Psychology , and Politics. Obviously I wan't to get the best results and I'm a bit wary of college as it's a lot of independent study. Has anyone sat their highers at college before and was it a good or bad decision ?
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    Why are you thinking about college? What year are you in?


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    (Original post by TwinAtlantic09)
    Hi recently I have been thinking about going to college to do highers instead of school. If I was I would be doing an access to humanities course which is higher English, History , Psychology , and Politics. Obviously I wan't to get the best results and I'm a bit wary of college as it's a lot of independent study. Has anyone sat their highers at college before and was it a good or bad decision ?
    like why?? if you want to get the best results you can get, remain in high school and study hard, tbh you'll probs regret leavinggg. stay in school kid.
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    As much as you hate school it would probably be better to stay there. I thought of doing the same thing ages ago, but very briefly haha.

    Remaining at school allows you to get a lot more support and opportunities which will look great for future job or UCAS applications.
 
 
 
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