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If someone didnt pass there GCSEs but are very capable of doing well in them can they

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    If someone didnt pass there GCSEs but are very capable of doing well in them can they privatley do A-levels?
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    Yes if they have the money to pay for it,but it is important to have that extra support and activities that a college provides.so it's better and much easier to resit gcses and then go to a college unless you're a mature student
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    Ofc !
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    Of course they can, if they are willing to work towards achieving a lot Good luck
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    (Original post by jakir haque)
    If someone didnt pass there GCSEs but are very capable of doing well in them can they privatley do A-levels?
    You should probably work on your spelling and grammar first though.

    It should say "their" in the thread title, not "there".

    It's "didn't" not "didnt"

    It's "privately" not "privatley"
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    (Original post by Geek5)
    You should probably work on your spelling and grammar first though.

    It should say "their" in the thread title, not "there".

    It's "didn't" not "didnt"

    It's "privately" not "privatley"
    I was typing really fast and didn't spot my mistakes so don't go around judging people if your not willing to help! bye!
 
 
 
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