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    Entry level 3 English, maths, animal care.
    Currently studying level 1 English, maths and employability.

    All of my qualifications are terrible, I'm terrified of my future, I don't want to be stuck in a dead end job hating life and on minimum wage, I'm 18, what do I do? Is there any hope for me to get the job I want and work as an animal care assistant in a rescue place or any decent paid job in maybe an office until I find an animal job?

    I'm currently in college, 3 months I worked in a shop as a Christmas temp position, I am doing dog walking paid, I've volunteered in 4 different animal places.
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    Retake your GCSEs at a local college evening or day course.

    You could take an access to higher education course which can lead to university and there is no entry requirements as such to get into it.

    Do the courses and voluntary work as required if you want to work as s animal care assistant.

    Good luck
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    Agreed. Retake your GCSEs and this time put some effort in.

    Good luck!
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    Either resit your GCSEs, or just start on a lower level at college (probably level 1 course with those grades) and work your way up to your A levels. One of my childhood friends did the same thing as he didn't even do his GCSEs due to being chronically ill throughout that period of his life, and he eventually went to uni and got a degree.
 
 
 
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