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    Hi this is really urgent.

    So I started Year 12 this September and was doing great (getting As), but due to personal family reasons I had to drop out of school. I came out of education in December and it’s only recently that I am able to get back into education, however no sixth forms/colleges are taking me because it’s too far into the year.

    I can’t stay at home until September 2018 as tensions in the household are mounting (basically my parents are super stressed and won’t let me work full time because education is more important -_-), so I really don’t know what to do.

    Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can get into a school and do ANY subject until September?

    Thanks in advance
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    These sound like very complicated circumstances. I don't think any state school will let you join and start A'Levels at this time of year. If your parents won't let you get a full time job between now and September, what about a part time job? I think it would be very unreasonable not to let you work at all.
    At the same time you could either revise your GCSE or Year 12 material in the subjects you'll be taking at A Level, or even take a part time or distance learning course in something related.

    If studying at home when you're not working is too difficult, is there a library nearby? That can be a nice calm environment.

    Good luck.
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    (Original post by Haven'tGotAClue)
    These sound like very complicated circumstances. I don't think any state school will let you join and start A'Levels at this time of year. If your parents won't let you get a full time job between now and September, what about a part time job? I think it would be very unreasonable not to let you work at all.
    At the same time you could either revise your GCSE or Year 12 material in the subjects you'll be taking at A Level, or even take a part time or distance learning course in something related.

    If studying at home when you're not working is too difficult, is there a library nearby? That can be a nice calm environment.

    Good luck.
    Thank you for your reply and I will try and reason with my parents
 
 
 
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