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    Are the people there better behaved than at senior school?
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    I would say it depends which college you go to and how strict they are on grades. If you have high grade boundaries for courses, you know everyone is motivated and put in the work. Compared to a college that has no/low grade boundaries, people will go there because it is a government requirement, and really don't care or just not good at subjects.

    Some people will disagree but that is my opinion.

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    (Original post by Pix2015)
    I would say it depends which college you go to and how strict they are on grades. If you have high grade boundaries for courses, you know everyone is motivated and put in the work. Compared to a college that has no/low grade boundaries, people will go there because it is a government requirement, and really don't care or just not good at subjects.

    Some people will disagree but that is my opinion.

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    Thanks for the reply, to get into the courses I want I need a B in maths and additional science anyway. Hopefully, I can avoid people who just want to disturb the class.
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    (Original post by SamSp123)
    Thanks for the reply, to get into the courses I want I need a B in maths and additional science anyway. Hopefully, I can avoid people who just want to disturb the class.
    I think you will be fine. You normally get keen people on them courses. Because who would want to do maths if you didn't like it?

    I love my maths lessons

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