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    I need advice about my sixth form, I cannot stand it. Because, the staff aren't very friendly towards me and are making my time there not very pleasant. They have also predicted me low grades (C's and D's) Which makes no sense to me because at GCSE I got all As and Bs (except chemistry- got a C and maths- got a grade 3) so I'd assume I would at least be predicted a B. I only stayed on to do art and re-take maths and chemistry. I had to stay as they wouldn't let me do art in college. Now I've changed my mind, I want to do different A levels. (Currently I'm doing Psychology,English literature and Art but, I want to switch to Psychology,History and Chemistry.) The issue is that, I will get my chemistry result in March (2018) so that would mean I would apply after/in March to go to the college. I was wondering whether the college would accept me then and just give me extra work over the summer to catch up or whether they would take me on in September 2018, which means I would start Uni a year later. This brings up another issue: My parents want to move as soon as possible (to a different country) and I don't want to keep them waiting.. Should I move to the college? or should I just stay at this sixth form?
    Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks
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