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    There is a musical theatre college that i really want to go to after my exams this year but i cant afford it at the moment. is it possible for me to go to a normal, free sixth form, do a year and save up, and them drop out and go to the musical theatre sixth form?
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    yeah you can be in sixth form/further education for 3 years 16-19
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    (Original post by chxrlie__x)
    There is a musical theatre college that i really want to go to after my exams this year but i cant afford it at the moment. is it possible for me to go to a normal, free sixth form, do a year and save up, and them drop out and go to the musical theatre sixth form?
    That would mean extending your leave 3 studies for a year. Technically yeah, but there’s no certainty that the MT college would take you on.

    If you’d like to do musical theatre - Have you considered taking a levels that interest you, I take English Lit history and drama for example, then doing a degree in MT? 😊
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    (Original post by FloralHybrid)
    That would mean extending your leave 3 studies for a year. Technically yeah, but there’s no certainty that the MT college would take you on.

    If you’d like to do musical theatre - Have you considered taking a levels that interest you, I take English Lit history and drama for example, then doing a degree in MT? 😊
    im no good at english or history, obviously i would take subjects i enjoy and then do the audition before the first year finishes and then make a decision if i get accepted or not
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    (Original post by chxrlie__x)
    im no good at english or history, obviously i would take subjects i enjoy and then do the audition before the first year finishes and then make a decision if i get accepted or not
    Just be aware that if you decide to go to sixth form with the hopes of leaving after the first year - You may not get a place at the MT college and end up stuck there, so if you decide to take a levels it’s always best to commit to them. Whatever a levels you’d like to study will get you into most MT degrees, if you went down that route.
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