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    I'm just about to take my gcses and I should be getting around 6s (b) in my 10 gcses. I don't want to carry on studying though as I feel little connection with the subjects to real life jobs I'd be interested in, so I looked at other options such as btecs and apprenticeship programs. I really liked the look of an apprenticeship program in business, specifically in social media or event planning however I've been told it's the drop out route. I do not believe this and think it's a good idea but I'm left with doubt and uncertainty to do a btec in it, an a level or the apprenticeship but I'm really sick of school life and studying
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    Honestly, just do what makes you happy. You can always pick up more qualifications later on in life if you want/need to and apprenticeships are a great way to earn money while you learn!!
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