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    Part of me really doesn't want to go back to school because I've struggled with keeping up with work and trying to motivate myself to work and go to school throughout most of my GCSEs, but part of me thinks I've just kind of got lazy and can't be bothered anymore, even though I would probably get into sixth form without many/any problems (24th of August will tell😂😬).

    But if I weren't to go to school I don't know what else I would or could do that I'd be interested in, so I'm telling myself that I should go back but I don't really want to. Any advice??
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    I would advise you to try it out.. give it 2 weeks or so to see the pace and feeling of sixth form in general. Then make your decision. Don't think that if you don't do sixth form your life is over ... the same goes for not going university, people believe it's the be all and end all but I can tell you it's definitely not. Ask your school to help you find apprenticeships and soon and look for other ways of showing your hardworking and motivated in what you like to do. Apprenticeships could be on anything so you have a wider choice from anything to computing to law and whatever else you want.
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    I'm going to straight up tell you that you should go back into education.

    That doesn't necessarily mean that you do A Levels though! You could go and do a btec at a local tech. college or get an apprenticeship if you feel like that's the right step for you.

    Or maybe you just hate your school? You might be able to transfer. What job or job area are you interested in?
 
 
 
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