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    Confidently assuming you're interested in Business, the Media and learning the Spanish language, those would seem ideal.

    You might anticipate that dipsticks will turn up in a bit and tell you're scotching your chances of admission to Trinity College Cambridge, but all of these have pretty well scuttled their own bids for Hollywood stardom or one day owning a dental practice.
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    Confidently assuming you're interested in Business, the Media and learning the Spanish language, those would seem ideal.

    You might anticipate that dipsticks will turn up in a bit and tell you're scotching your chances of admission to Trinity College Cambridge, but all of these have pretty well scuttled their own bids for Hollywood stardom or one day owning a dental practice.
    shall i do my A levels at a private school or local school/college? which is nicer and better?
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    shall i do my A levels at a private school or local school/college? which is nicer and better?
    I cannot possibly know that.
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    I cannot possibly know that.
    but if you were to say which do you think is better, private school or secondary school?
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    but if you were to say which do you think is better, private school or secondary school?
    generally speaking, private schools are better than the free to use state provision offered in the same area. If they were not, they would find no buyers and would have to close their doors.

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    And I don't even have A level Business Studies.
 
 
 
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