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you know banking has nothing to do with stock pitching or investing right? as a stepping stone it could help lead to that stuff but sellside research or buyside research at an AM would be far better first bets.
Also would u reccomend maybe resitting to improve grades and find a suitable career path or go along with my Warwick foundation into a management bsc
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Also would u reccomend maybe resitting to improve grades and find a suitable career path or go along with my Warwick foundation into a management bsc
Could you not resit and do the foundation simultaneously?
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Also would u reccomend maybe resitting to improve grades and find a suitable career path or go along with my Warwick foundation into a management bsc
No. Don't ever resit your Alevels! a waste of time. Start yiur fiyndatiin degree and graduste in 4 years time. By then no one will care about your Alevels. Degrees are a higher qualification obviously.
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No. Don't ever resit your Alevels! a waste of time. Start yiur fiyndatiin degree and graduste in 4 years time. By then no one will care about your Alevels. Degrees are a higher qualification obviously.
I disagree, resit A levels and work at the same time to earn money instead of foundation year. Foundation year costs money 💴. You don’t want to add another £20,000 expense for an additional year.
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I disagree, resit A levels and work at the same time to earn money instead of foundation year. Foundation year costs money 💴. You don’t want to add another £20,000 expense for an additional year.
Thats another possible scenario; not sure about the usefulness of resitting A -levels though
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Thats another possible scenario; not sure about the usefulness of resitting A -levels though
super useful, plenty have done this
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super useful, plenty have done this
it depends on what your ultimate plan is i suppose especially for careers like medicine. But just because many do it does not mean it is a good idea or necessarily makes sense.
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it depends on what your ultimate plan is i suppose especially for careers like medicine. But just because many do it does not mean it is a good idea or necessarily makes sense.
This isn't about medicine, this person wants to go into IB, they'll need better A-Level grades to do this
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Could you not resit and do the foundation simultaneously?
I considered this but after speaking to teachers they said that there wouldn't be a point as itd be too much work to handle
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This isn't about medicine, this person wants to go into IB, they'll need better A-Level grades to do this
Apparently some banks dont care about grades as much as long as u get a 2:1 in ur degree
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