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    I am 16 years old and I have just currently finished my GCSE exams and I'm waiting for my results . Recently I have been having bad dreams about my exams and I'm worried about what I got . I also have been confused whether If AAT apprenticeship is right for me as I am not good with theory work but all year I have been planning to go to sixth form but people keep telling me that I might find it hard , so they adviced me to go to college and study what I want to do in future . Some people said that apprenticeship is good for me as I want to be an accountant and I love doing practical work but for sure I know I'm not really that good in maths so I'm really stressed because I fear that I'm going to ruin my future . Please help me understand and choose the right path
 
 
 
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