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    I'm 19 I left school 2 years ago for personal reasons it's too late to go back. I have no A level qualifications but I have such capability. I want to study mechantronics engineering at university and to do that I need to study mathematics and physics plus any other subject for a third. I have no money and my parents won't support me so I don't know what to do. I don't have any friends or anyone to talk to please does anyone know what I can do.
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    (Original post by Dalogadro)
    I'm 19 I left school 2 years ago for personal reasons it's too late to go back. I have no A level qualifications but I have such capability. I want to study mechantronics engineering at university and to do that I need to study mathematics and physics plus any other subject for a third. I have no money and my parents won't support me so I don't know what to do. I don't have any friends or anyone to talk to please does anyone know what I can do.
    You could complete A Levels either as a part time student or a private candidate, and could work the rest of the time to pay your bills. You might be able to do an Access course at college and take out a loan towards the course fees.

    Or you could take an apprenticeship, if one is offered in your subject, and skip university.
 
 
 
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