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    ok so I'm at LGS currently and im enjoying it i guess but for A-levels they don't have what i want to do.
    i want to do: Art, History or English lit, and Graphic-communication

    LGS only do Art and History and if i do do english then i won't get to study the books i want to (gothic horror)

    QE and beachamp both do all of these subjects and if i get into all of them what should i go for?i know LGS is meant to be one of the best but its quite strict and i don't have many friends there. i really just want to start a new leaf (or however the saying goes) and become more independent.im not super smart and sometimes i need a bit of guidance.

    also my best friend is going to QE and i don't want to let her down if she goes and i don't because were really close (we wanna go to the same uni)
    also apparently in beachamp its really hard to make friends because everyone already has their friendship group and QE is really easy to make friends

    so plz help i legit don't know where to go and i want someone else to tell me where i should go. like if you've been to these schools then what did you think of them?? i get mixed reviews about all of them

    QE attracts the best students from across the midlands. Students travel in by bus and train to go there. A number of students each year end up going to oxbridge

    Lgs is also a good college. Tight nit and good support.

    Would think much of Beauchamp.
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