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    I was confident i failed English as i completely messed up (long story) i was prepared for it but i guess i didn't perform well and came out with a frikin D.

    3 GCSES MATHS, RS & COMPUTING

    WELL thats crap what do i do? It says i need 5 GCSE's to do THE Course i need to do in college and maths and eng of course.

    I feel hella crap as i tried very hard for these exams.
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    I was confident i failed English as i completely messed up (long story) i was prepared for it but i guess i didn't perform well and came out with a frikin D.

    3 GCSES MATHS, RS & COMPUTING

    WELL thats crap what do i do? It says i need 5 GCSE's to do THE Course i need to do in college and maths and eng of course.

    I feel hella crap as i tried very hard for these exams.
    Surely you must have done more than 4 GCSEs
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    (Original post by LearnForYOU)
    I was confident i failed English as i completely messed up (long story) i was prepared for it but i guess i didn't perform well and came out with a frikin D.

    3 GCSES MATHS, RS & COMPUTING

    WELL thats crap what do i do? It says i need 5 GCSE's to do THE Course i need to do in college and maths and eng of course.

    I feel hella crap as i tried very hard for these exams.
    Heya —

    First of all, I'm really sorry you didn't do as well as you'd have hoped. Please don't be so hard on yourself though, there's so many options out there for you. Would you be interested in a L3 BTEC or perhaps an apprenticeship? Taking the BTEC route can even get you to university and you'll have loads of help and support through whatever courses you decided to take. The best advice I can give you is to speak to your school or college about your options and even if they cannot accept you for sixth form or college they should be able to advise you.

    Whatever happens, I wish you all the best of luck!
    Ethan
 
 
 
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