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i want to leave after gcses so badly and just work full time
i already have a job (part time) and if i asked theyd let me do full time but my parents wont let me
is it wise at all to drop out after gcse or is it possible to do it and have a good life and if so how do i convince my parents to let me
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YOU WILL REGRET THIS! hi I'm 27 and I work full time. in my GCSE I got D's and e's and one A. I dropped out of college and went straight into a job. I found it really hard to earn money and find a good job. I Evan struggle with bills now and then. if I was to go in the last to change I would definitely do so.
if I was you I will try to do my best for the GCSE recieving the highest possible grades I can get and then probably go to an apprenticeship if don't like exams or BTEC. so please don't leave after GCSE. there is a whole life Infront of you which you have to start thinking about, re think and talk to parents or at school they are the best support you can get.
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(Original post by ciaraaaaahhh)
i want to leave after gcses so badly and just work full time
i already have a job (part time) and if i asked theyd let me do full time but my parents wont let me
is it wise at all to drop out after gcse or is it possible to do it and have a good life and if so how do i convince my parents to let me
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You can leave school on the last Friday in June if you’ll be 16 by the end of the summer holidays.

You must then do one of the following until you’re 18:

stay in full-time education, for example at a college
start an apprenticeship or traineeship
spend 20 hours or more a week working or volunteering, while in part-time education or training



So you cant just work full time.
Imo its foolish to want to anyway. If you arent suited to A levels then go to college and do BTEC or et a trade in something more vocational. NVQ etc. Education is free till you are 19 and thereafter you will have to borrow thousands. Use it whilst its free and think about your future.
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First off, you have to be in education until you're an adult (i believe) whether you're a full time student college or doing an apprenticeship.
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