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    So I've been doing a-levels for the past 4 months, and during that time I've decided that they're just not right for me. I've applied to do level 3 BTEC Health and Social Care extended diploma at a different college, and I have an interview in a few weeks. Does anyone know anything about how to drop out of sixth form?
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    So I've been doing a-levels for the past 4 months, and during that time I've decided that they're just not right for me. I've applied to do level 3 BTEC Health and Social Care extended diploma at a different college, and I have an interview in a few weeks. Does anyone know anything about how to drop out of sixth form?
    You should speak to your sixth form director or head teacher about your situation and they will sort it out. Also make sure that you are fully satisfied about your decision before asking them. I hope you the best of luck in your interview! 😀
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    Thank you! I'll speak to them next week 😊
 
 
 
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