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    Hey I'm moving from the school I've been at for 5 years and did my GCSES at to a college to do my A Levels and I'm scared that my reference for my UCAS application won't be as good because the teachers haven't known me as long and may be less experienced etc? Anyone have any advice or experience in this field? Cheers ☺️
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    (Original post by Rachel Johnston)
    Hey I'm moving from the school I've been at for 5 years and did my GCSES at to a college to do my A Levels and I'm scared that my reference for my UCAS application won't be as good because the teachers haven't known me as long and may be less experienced etc? Anyone have any advice or experience in this field? Cheers ☺️
    They'll know enough by your second year of a levels to write it, it's mostly academics that they'll talk about in it anyway.
 
 
 
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