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    I have some funds, and I'm an entrepreneurial person should I go ahead and create a start-up or conclude my studies first.
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    I co-started a video game production agency in Secondary School which grew reasonably with published products and a salaried member of staff! I've had a passion for business

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    I have some funds, and I'm an entrepreneurial person should I go ahead and create a start-up or conclude my studies first.
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    I co-started a video game production agency in Secondary School which grew reasonably with published products and a salaried member of staff! I've had a passion for business


    If you really see your business taking off then I'd say go for it. Nothing wrong with having A-Levels as a backup though.
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    If you really see your business taking off then I'd say go for it. Nothing wrong with having A-Levels as a backup though.
    Yeah that's the route I'm inclined towards, I was considering going full time behind the business to avoid extra expenses and build two years of growth...

    Although CS/IT qualifications would help and make the business more reputable and credible, I probably will just go ahead with the traditional route!
 
 
 
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