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    So i have been unwell for a while and missed sixth form a lot, i dont have any qualifications as i dropped out of school, i am taking my GCSE english maths science and business. I predict i will get C in english and business and D if im really lucky in science and maths.
    I would then go on to do A LEVELS.
    But i dont know if i want to do anything academic... i would like to become an artist and an author and pursue my hobbies and make careers out of that and enjoy my life as much as possible, but i dont know if its better to get my qualifications and go into a job purely for money.
    I would like to perhaps become a librarian or a receptionist or work in a shop.(this is all i can think of at the moment.)
    should i quit sixth form and do what i enjoy for a while and then go to night school?
    please give me some advice, i have been thinking this over and over for the past month.
    thank you
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    Hey, I'm gonna try and be helpful, Unless you are certain you would do better if you didn't do A-levels, I suggest you do your a-levels, as that would be beneficial for a receptionist/ librarian and after your a levels, take a few years off to give time for your hobbies and decide what path you want to go down as night school is apparently quite hard to cope with, and at least this way if you do regret, you can just drop them good luck
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    Do a btec


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