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    what do you think is the main reason why people proceed to a level or any equivalent level after finishing ordinary level.
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    (Original post by tinashe dongo)
    what do you think is the main reason why people proceed to a level or any equivalent level after finishing ordinary level.
    Seeing as a large number of people continue on to university I'd imagine most people see it as a stepping stone towards their future career. I know I did! I genuinely liked all of my subjects though
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    (Original post by emiloujess)
    Seeing as a large number of people continue on to university I'd imagine most people see it as a stepping stone towards their future career. I know I did! I genuinely liked all of my subjects though
    lol i do bet you are now on an university level, isn''t it
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    (Original post by tinashe dongo)
    lol i do bet you are now on an university level, isn''t it
    Not quite! Awaiting A2 results in August... But I don't see a problem with it if I was?
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    Because alevels are seen are harder than Olevels/ GCSE so it looks good lol
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    Because with good A Level results you can go on and hopefully go to a good University which require A levels.
 
 
 
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