Unfortunately I could not attend my sixth form induction days. Will this reduce my chances of going into my sixth form. BTW the sixth form is with my secondary school so the I do get a little priority on top of that i'm expected to end up with good gcse results about 4-6 A* and the rest A's. So without attending does this reduce my chance of getting into my own sixth form
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Not attending Sixth Form Induction days watch
- Thread Starter
- 14-07-2016 16:39
- 14-07-2016 16:44
No, it shouldn't. The induction days are more about getting more of an understanding about the sixth form, the subjects you'll be taking and meeting people who are also going, and so are mainly for people who aren't sure what college they want to go to anyway or what subjects they want to take rather than for the school to decide whether to accept you.
I'm sure you'll have no problem being accepted with those predicted results anyway!