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    So I’ve applied to a sixth form college but they haven’t replied yet, I applied on the 10 th of feb and the interviews are on the 20 th March... is it still abit early or... I don’t know if I should go to the other college’s welcome day or not.. (where I’ll have my interview) any help?
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    (Original post by Berrydo)
    So I’ve applied to a sixth form college but they haven’t replied yet, I applied on the 10 th of feb and the interviews are on the 20 th March... is it still abit early or... I don’t know if I should go to the other college’s welcome day or not.. (where I’ll have my interview) any help?
    Hi there. Go to as many open days as you can, meet as many teachers, other student as you can. You'll find you learn so much even before you get there.
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    Yes, go.

    You'll have something to compare the other one to, and it might be where you end up going.
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    Hi there. Go to as many open days as you can, meet as many teachers, other student as you can. You'll find you learn so much even before you get there.
    It’s not an open day tho but okay... I’m kind a nervous
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    (Original post by Berrydo)
    It’s not an open day tho but okay... I’m kind a nervous
    I heard that, I still get nervous meeting new folk! Be yourself, don't be afraid to tell people you're a bit nervous, not sure what to ask etc. It shows you care. Write down a few pre-prepared questions like, what do students do here when not in lectures? Or will I have a tutor who can guide me through my studies if I'm stuck, what careers do students tend to go and do.

    Shout if you need me and good luck, you won't need it!
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    I heard that, I still get nervous meeting new folk! Be yourself, don't be afraid to tell people you're a bit nervous, not sure what to ask etc. It shows you care. Write down a few pre-prepared questions like, what do students do here when not in lectures? Or will I have a tutor who can guide me through my studies if I'm stuck, what careers do students tend to go and do.

    Shout if you need me and good luck, you won't need it!
    Thank you!!!
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    Yes I would go because you might find you like college better
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