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    So my supervisor keeps telling me if I fail law the college won't accept me next year because I won't have enough UCAS points which makes no sense at all to me as I would have enough UCAS points to the course I would want to do. It's not even my fault the college placed me on the course late after me nagging them for so long. I'm capped ad a pass now and think what's the point of doing the course if I'm only going to get a pass my teachers are telling me to just drop out completely and start fresh next year but my mum doesn't like that idea as she doesn't want me to sit at home all day. Obviously I would find a job or some ****. Can somebody just advise me whether doing the work and stressing myself out is really necessary or can I just fail and change it next year. My friends are telling me that if I fail that subject the college will only not let me do that subject again next year and with other su kectd they will ask why I failed but I pretty much have a good reasons why.
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    So my supervisor keeps telling me if I fail law the college won't accept me next year because I won't have enough UCAS points which makes no sense at all to me as I would have enough UCAS points to the course I would want to do. It's not even my fault the college placed me on the course late after me nagging them for so long. I'm capped ad a pass now and think what's the point of doing the course if I'm only going to get a pass my teachers are telling me to just drop out completely and start fresh next year but my mum doesn't like that idea as she doesn't want me to sit at home all day. Obviously I would find a job or some ****. Can somebody just advise me whether doing the work and stressing myself out is really necessary or can I just fail and change it next year. My friends are telling me that if I fail that subject the college will only not let me do that subject again next year and with other su kectd they will ask why I failed but I pretty much have a good reasons why.
    It is difficult to understand what you exact situation is.
    Can you break it down and provide more clarity?

    You are trying to get in Uni or College? To study what?
    You are about to fail law A level and are capped?
    Are you doing a BTEC?
    What about your other subjects?
    How old are you in September?

    If you cant explain it on TSR then talk to a careers adviser.
    https://nationalcareersservice.direc...ontact-us/home


    My guess is just restart fresh next year, even if in a different subject and get a job.
 
 
 

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