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    I was wondering whether I would be able to apply to a sixth form for year 13 separately.
    I dropped out of a scholarship at a private school in Oxford because I hated it. The school wasn't the best and the students were very unwelcoming, I simply wasn't happy there bearing in mind the school was chosen for me as part of a scheme were they match a school to personality therefore i did not have a say in this. I was however very grateful for the opportunity. It was also 6 hours away from home so for a 16 year old it wasn't suitable. As of it being "late" in the year and course no local schools are willing to take me. I want to complete my first year of A levels at home/online with payed courses. Therefore i wanted to apply to year 13 in September as I would have completed my first year already. But would it be possible as there's not much online on this topic?

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    If you get good grades in your AS year then i don't see why not, but I would email local sixth forms and ask them just to be sure!
 
 
 
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