Hi, my name is Musta and I'm a 17 year old student that just finished a year of college, in that year I took a BTEC level 3 business course I achieved the grades DD (I belive I could've achieved top marks but I missed a lot of days due to sickness so my attendance was 80%). When I originally started college a year ago I wanted to do A levels but my college don't allow me to because I didn't get an A*-C in English language but thankfully I have it now (I still achieved 5+ A* - C's) and I was very depressed because of this. I felt like (and still feel like) BTEC's aren't going to help me get into a good university even if I achieve top marks. I really want to go to the University of Manchester but I feel like it's impossible with the course that I'm currently taking. I'm an incredibly hard worker and I believe that I would do great doing A levels. I want to hear the opinion of you guys on this? Do you think I should stay doing BTEC or try my hand at a levels?
Should I take a levels or carry on my BTEC course? Watch
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- 05-09-2016 01:59
- 08-09-2016 14:20
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- 08-09-2016 16:20
Try Alevels as they are usually more well regarded by Universaties