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    Hi all,

    So i've been thinking about the college my dad has been wanting me to go to that specialise in engineering.

    Only problem, It is very new and only just received its first set of A-level results and from what I have heard (which may or may not be true) is that students have had to stay behind in holiday times to study as the college has delivered the spec in time.

    All of this could change for my year however I don't want to risk the quality of NQTs as there is another college offering the same course but has lower exam results but more qualified teachers just around the corner and it has been established longer.

    PLEASE HELP AS ENROLMENT IS TOMORROW!

    Also is it possible to enrol for more than one college and decide after more thought?

    Thanks
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    I had the choice between 2 colleges. One had a better reputation but in the end I went with the one that felt best for me. Whichever one you pick you'll come out with the same qualification. Whether you do well in the course depends mostly on the amount of effort YOU are willing to put in. From the sounds of it you'll do fine wherever you go. I would also say that A levels changed this year so the data your basing it on may not apply to the course you'll be taking.

    Good luck for tomorrow
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    I wouldn't go for the brand new one...
 
 
 
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