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    I started a levels in september and now i dread going. I like all the people in my classes and my teachers but i feel like i am far behind others in my class and the amount of workload is unbearable (they say a minimum of 15hr/week). If i had an end goal im sure this would feel much more worthwhile, but i have 0 motivation and i just about do my homework. The subjects move through topics very quickly and if you dont revise topics outside of class you get behind quickly. I just dont know what to do
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    The majority of people will be in the same boat, just keep up to date with as much notes as you can, you're not expected to know, to make you feel better, a lot of people who go to my college don't even do anything outside of lessons lol, everyoneeee is the same and i they say they're not falling behind then they're probably lying haha, you should really try to stick it out until the end since 3 a levels are a v useful qualification to have compared to gcse's, but if you really hate it that much go to your careers advisor and look for apprenticeships etc.

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