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    Basically, I started in September at the school I had been going to for the past 5 years. I didn't like it at the start, then I gradually started to get used to because I decided to try and make the most I have of the last 2 years at the school. Well things happened and I decided to move Sixth Forms but there wasn't a proper reason, it was just a few factors.
    I moved Sixth Form mid September to a really good school, however the journey is so long, 2 trains and I have to wake up at 5:30. I didn't mind at first but now reality has kicked in, I can't handle it much longer. The thought of Sixth Form tomorrow is making me so sad! Everyone at my current Sixth Form is so clever as well, I don't know how I got in. I really want to move back to my old Sixth Form but it's mid October and I'm worried it's too late...I don't know what to do! When I left I realised that my old school weren't bad at all. I'm willing to work so hard to catch up with work, staying behind, working over this half term, all frees I have.
    Basically I'm asking, what can I do? Is it to late? Advice please
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    First of all, they wouldn't have let you in if they didn't think you were good enough! It's always worth phone call just to ask - that would be my advice. Just explain it and give them the truth and theymay let you back. It's always worth asking 😉


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    (Original post by sophiaarianaxx)
    Basically, I started in September at the school I had been going to for the past 5 years. I didn't like it at the start, then I gradually started to get used to because I decided to try and make the most I have of the last 2 years at the school. Well things happened and I decided to move Sixth Forms but there wasn't a proper reason, it was just a few factors.
    I moved Sixth Form mid September to a really good school, however the journey is so long, 2 trains and I have to wake up at 5:30. I didn't mind at first but now reality has kicked in, I can't handle it much longer. The thought of Sixth Form tomorrow is making me so sad! Everyone at my current Sixth Form is so clever as well, I don't know how I got in. I really want to move back to my old Sixth Form but it's mid October and I'm worried it's too late...I don't know what to do! When I left I realised that my old school weren't bad at all. I'm willing to work so hard to catch up with work, staying behind, working over this half term, all frees I have.
    Basically I'm asking, what can I do? Is it to late? Advice please
    No harm in asking your old sixth form. Call and ask you might just be surprised by the answer.
 
 
 
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