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    Hi,
    I'm considering doing Apprenticeship in healthcare and was wondering if I can retake maths while I do it and if I will have enought time to resit maths as most of the apprenticeships start from 9am to 5pm
    Also will I be able to go Univeristy If I do one?
    Should I consider Apprenticeship for 12months?
    Thanks in advance
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    The short answer is yes. There are lots of open learning options, where you study at home with help. It is also possible to do an evening class or even study independently without help and just find a school or college who takes external candidates. Then you just have to turn up for the exam. You will have to pay for this though. The other option is talking to your apprenticeship provider (who might insist you do it anyway.) They may well allow your hours away from your apprenticeship for studying (and pay as well.). You will need maths for University.
 
 
 
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