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    The progress from sixth form to univeristy is daunting and has made me think introspectively of what I want to do. I currently do subjects which fall into the line of profession I want to build on, but at the sixth form I currently intend, I don't feel happy, I don't feel challeneged and I feel like I don't belong there.

    So, I want to go to a sixth form that will hopefully do all those things. I feel like going to a new sixth form whether it be from resitting Year 12 and continuing Year 13, would be extremely beneficial.

    My question is do you think it will be worth it?
    I have done my AS as I do reformed Alevels (meaning they dont contribute to final alevel), making transfer much easier and I also figure most colleges will have implemented this new reform, meaning everything is sat fresh in the second year.

    I want to go to University after sixth form. Will this affect me in any way? We have started our UCAS stuff but I haven't sent mine off. Will univeristy's frown at people who have resat Year 12?
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    If the courses are similar, do whatever you feel is best. It won’t hinder your uni application in any way.
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    (Original post by -Mathematician-)
    If the courses are similar, do whatever you feel is best. It won’t hinder your uni application in any way.
    Thanks, I'm just thinking if they'll accept me (the college I've applied to) for year 12 or 13 entry as it's already Oct. lol. but hey better than late than never, right?
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