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    So I am currently four months into the year and have taken the courses :biology ,chemistry ,geography and maths.
    I struggled with science through the first two months ,the only thing keeping me going being geography .After coming back for a month out on holiday I assumed I would have a better spirit and be happier at college however I don't and have come back equally depressed as I left.My parents are aware I am struggling however keep pushing me to try my best when the motivation of just no longer there .Since starting I have fallen out of love with the subjects and no longer want to persue my original career path (geoscience ) so I feel there is no point having half a year of stress and depression for nothing .Whar are my options?
    Did anyone else do the same thing ? Can you leave collage and re apply on other courses come September ?
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    Have you thought about going through a less academic route. Apprenticeships etc.?
 
 
 
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