Firstly ill tell you a bit about myself.
Im 19 years old and 2 years ago i got my as-level results for English Language (D), Maths (u), ICT (e) and geography (D). I have no idea why i picked these subjects but i did and its safe to say i failed massively. That year i didnt stick in and at the end I was lucky to get into an electrical apprenticeship for a nuclear firm. Im in my third year now, well starting September, and when I finish this apprenticeship ill be 20 but the catch is i dont want to do this as a job for the rest of my life.
I need some advice, im going to be 20 and i need to do some as levels and a levels that will allow me to go on and do a university course. A huge interest of mine is game design, and i would love to do that but i have no idea where to start? Where can I do my alevels? What alevels should i do? Please help.
Help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Watch
- Thread Starter
- 18-08-2016 19:36
- 21-08-2016 23:30
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