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Is it better to leave after passing first year of A levels in fear of failing A2 or is it better to be fail and be forced out by your sixth-form?
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Leave in a good terms . You never know , you might need help from the school again in the future
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Is it better to leave after passing first year of A levels in fear of failing A2 or is it better to be fail and be forced out by your sixth-form?
Finish what you can and leave on good terms. You might decide to go back in the future to finish A levels or need them for references.
If you're worried you might fail your a levels you could also talk to student support about it and discuss your options. You could reduce your course load get some extra help or change to other courses or Btecs which could help make things more manigable for you.
It's worth discussing your options and how realistic your concern is before leaving.
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Is it better to leave after passing first year of A levels in fear of failing A2 or is it better to be fail and be forced out by your sixth-form?
Why is it a choice of fear of failing or failing?
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