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    I have the option of going to a really good sixth in which i know no one and will most likely hate being in, but i also have the option to remain in my current sixth form, with which i have grown accustomed, but does not achieve as well results as the former. So, are your results greatly affected by your sixth form, or does it fall entirely on your personal effort?
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    How do you know you'll hate it?
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    I went to a pretty avaerage sixth form and at first I did regret not going to the local grammar. But at the end of the day it's down to you for the majority and doesn't make too much difference
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    Funny you asked that just when I watched a video on this topic.

    Type in 'does school really matter' on google and it should be the first video. That will answer your question. It's actually very interesting


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