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    To begin my story with, I actually didn't plan to take A Levels. I went to take A Levels as my free time while waiting to get accepted into another college taking Diploma. But sadly, I didn't get accepted.

    In the beginning of sixth form, I was alright and I can cope with the subjects. I take Chem, Phy & IT. But as time goes by, I became so depressed. I hated going to school, I skip a few days of class and I never skip any class before in high school. I cried in school because it was too much for me. I feel like dying and I just want to die. My results for my first examination is not great either, I got 2 U's and 1D. I wanted to quit school so bad, but my dad didn't allowed me.

    I didn't have a lot of friends here, I only have one with me from high school. I know that sixth form is supposed to be a place to grow but I don't really enjoy sixth form. I knew sixth form will be a pain in the ass that's why I didn't want to go take A Levels in the first place.

    I'm going to have my End of Year examination next month and I was thinking if I got poor results , I will stop school and take Diploma next year but if I got good results, I will stay

    Is this a good decision?
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    ib is a bitter life as well, you will be taking 6 subjects
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