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I have the opportunity to do distant learning, and pay to study A levels, the only reason i'd be doing this is to pursue my career as a doctor and get into med school, i'd most likely have to get a part time job whilst doing this because I can't just sit around the house all day studying for a year or two to get them without an income. Where as I could go to college and study an access to finance or computer course which could get me into either banking or computer science. But if I really want to be a doctor I'm probably as well as doing it the hard way and getting A levels? What do u think or what would u do
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I have the opportunity to do distant learning, and pay to study A levels, the only reason i'd be doing this is to pursue my career as a doctor and get into med school, i'd most likely have to get a part time job whilst doing this because I can't just sit around the house all day studying for a year or two to get them without an income. Where as I could go to college and study an access to finance or computer course which could get me into either banking or computer science. But if I really want to be a doctor I'm probably as well as doing it the hard way and getting A levels? What do u think or what would u do
Depending on where you live, you can take A-levels at night school. But, yes if you intend to be a doctor you need the right 18+ qualifications (including A-level Chemistry).
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