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    is it possible for me to quit as levels, ( year 12), a few weeks from my exams. and enroll in the same year at the start of the next school year. can i join year 12 if i am 17 turning 18 in that school year?
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    That depends on your sixth form/college and it's policies. Most places you usually can but they will probably want you to sit the exams regardless, unless you've got a good reason not to.
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    (Original post by snafflehertz)
    That depends on your sixth form/college and it's policies. Most places you usually can but they will probably want you to sit the exams regardless, unless you've got a good reason not to.
    is the possibility of getting all ungraded for my results a sufficient reason. i have put in zero effort and regret it
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    Getting straight U's doesn't count as a significant reason in their eyes. Falling ill, passing of a family member and similar are the only things that count.

    Sure, you can quit before the exams and don't bother doing them at all but I doubt your sixth form or college would have you back.
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    (Original post by snafflehertz)
    Getting straight U's doesn't count as a significant reason in their eyes. Falling ill, passing of a family member and similar are the only things that count.

    Sure, you can quit before the exams and don't bother doing them at all but I doubt your sixth form or college would have you back.

    sorry i i wasn't clear i mean a different sixth form college elsewhere
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    (Original post by se7ensaints)
    sorry i i wasn't clear i mean a different sixth form college elsewhere
    Oh right. You may be able to but you'll have to check with the sixth form. If they are oversubscribed on numbers then probably not, but otherwise I see no reason why you couldn't. They might want you to pay for the exams though.
 
 
 
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