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    I have just finished my GCSE's and I have applied to do my A-Levels at college. However, after I finish A-Levels, I have no clue what to do. I know for certain Uni isn't for me. I'm thinking an apprenticeship could benefit me greatly since I'm learning more, applying the skills and knowledge I have and earning money whilst doing so. I would only really like an apprenticeship that involves photography/creative writing/both but I don't know many places that offer that?
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    Have you considered BTEC? They might be better if you want a more practical approach
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    (Original post by HopelessMedic)
    Have you considered BTEC? They might be better if you want a more practical approach
    I've thought about it but I'm not too sure in all honesty
 
 
 
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