So basically I am currently in year 12 and Im studying biology, chemistry and psychology as I wished to do medicine. I have now changed my mind completely and want to do computer science at university and I'd like to study maths, computer science and chemistry for A levels. Since it's too late to change now, I will have to restart next year in September. I don't really know how it works I've talked to my teachers and have been told that I will finish this year no matter what since I can't leave and just go home I have to stay in full time education. Is there any way I don't have to stay in college? Since I don't want to study subjects I have no interest in. If I do have to finish this year, do my results from the internal end of year exams matter? We don't do As so I've been told it shouldn't matter. My current college say that they won't fund my third year so I need to go somewhere else, even though I thought we were funded until we are 19 and I'm not sure if that's true. I know it's a lot of information and questions put together but any help will be greatly appreciated.
Restarting A levels completely Watch
- Thread Starter
- 31-01-2017 15:06
- Official TSR Representative
- 02-02-2017 16:23
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