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Changing college at the second year of A-level

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    I am doing the first year of A levels at Leyton College, I'd like to go to Brampton Manor Academy o NCS next year. Will I have any issue? I know that the only exam board in common is for maths.
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    If the exam boards are different you could have an issue,
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    I am doing the first year of A levels at Leyton College, I'd like to go to Brampton Manor Academy o NCS next year. Will I have any issue? I know that the only exam board in common is for maths.
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    (Original post by Labib98)
    I am doing the first year of A levels at Leyton College, I'd like to go to Brampton Manor Academy o NCS next year. Will I have any issue? I know that the only exam board in common is for maths.
    Why don't you like Leyton?
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    Unless you HAVE to change, I'd advise against it. The upheaval, new cohort, new teachers, new environment in your pressured final A level year is a bit of a recipe for disaster. That said, if you've got compelling reasons why you must change, then I'm sure you could make it work.
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    (Original post by MajorFader)
    Why don't you like Leyton?
    I hate the timetable and I'd take less time to get to Brampton or the NCS.
 
 
 
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