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    This time last year i was YR 12 / 6th year doing my as levels, but i dropped out before mid January due to anxiety and other reasons, i didn't have any difficulty with the work it was other things. Since dropping out in september i joined a training college SRC were i'm now doing NVQ Beauty Therpay, i don't have any interest in becoming a beauty therapist but i chose to do it because it seemed like an easy option at the time as i didn't know what else i wanted to do. Along with that i am doing my essential skills maths and english as i failed them on GCSE Foundation level last time.

    GCSE's i do have are
    Business Studies - B
    ICT - B
    Childcare - B
    Religion - B
    Occupational Studies - C
    BTEC Science - Pass

    I now know that i want to go to university and i have a few choices on what id like to do too. But since i dropped out i have no as / a levels so i was wondering what my best options would be, i would be open to doing my a levels again but not to going back to school, are there anyways to do a levels without school? or any other ways to get into uni without them?

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    You could try contacting your college who will tell you ways to self-teach. You could also look at universities website to see what the entry requirements are particularly with your BTEC science
 
 
 
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