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what school am I supposed to attend if I'm 17 without any GCSE's but I also want to go to university? (I just moved in London form Italy a month ago)
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what school am I supposed to attend if I'm 17 without any GCSE's but I also want to go to university? (I just moved in London form Italy a month ago)
A college or a sixth form usually
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Is there any way you can help me to look up at schools that don't require GCSE's?
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You’ve gotta be in full time education until 18
Have a look at local colleges and colleges in nearby towns and cities
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Is there any way you can help me to look up at schools that don't require GCSE's?
You’ll need to go to a school that offers GCSEs to begin with
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and how long is it going to take me to get to university?
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and how long is it going to take me to get to university?
GCSEs take approximately 1-2 years, and then either a levels/BTEC/IB/or an apprenticeship will take 2 years. After that you’ll go to university (normally)
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oh God that's a lot of time! do I have any other options that are not going to take more than 2 years?
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oh God that's a lot of time! do I have any other options that are not going to take more than 2 years?
Do they have equivalent qualifications in Italy like ib middle years programme that you might have done?
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oh God that's a lot of time! do I have any other options that are not going to take more than 2 years?
Do you have any qualifications at the moment? And what are you thinking of studying at university?
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no because it Italy you get your first qualification after the age of 19 and for University I don't have a specific plan yet but I'm probably going to study something related to science
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no
You'll need to get the qualifications to apply for university first, which will take a few years
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no because it Italy you get your first qualification after the age of 19 and for University I don't have a specific plan yet but I'm probably going to study something related to science
Il diploma di scuola superiore non ce l'hai? Se la risposta è sì allorapuoi utilizzare quello oppure ti tocca rifare almeno matematica ed inglese gcse in un college
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no because it Italy you get your first qualification after the age of 19 and for University I don't have a specific plan yet but I'm probably going to study something related to science
You’ll most likely need GCSEs to begin with, and then go into further education of an a level type. (Universities require qualifications at specific standards e.g: an a level in biology)
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ho 17 anni e facevo lo scientifico quindi il diploma non c'è l'ho ancora però non mi va di fare 3 anni prima di andare all'università
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ho 17 anni e facevo lo scientifico quindi il diploma non c'è l'ho ancora però non mi va di fare 3 anni prima di andare all'università
secondo me è meglio continuare la scuola in italia. Prendi il diploma e poi torna qui perché dovrai fare almeno 3+ anni e ti spego anche perché: dato che non hai il diploma ti tocca rifare matematica ed inglese (come ho detto prima) + altri gcse (dipende da quello che vuoi fare). Dopodiché, se hai i voti, dovrai iniziare i tuoi a levels. Solo dopo avverli finiti puoi fare domanda quindi sono 3 anni se vuoi fare i gcse in un anno
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I read on internet that BTEC don't require GCSE is that right?
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oramai sono già qui perché mi sono trasferita con la mia famiglia e in una scuola mi hanno detto che posso fare i GCSE's a settembre ma ho troppo poco tempo per prepararmi però avevo sentito che potevo frequentare i college ne sai qualcosa?
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I read on internet that BTEC don't require GCSE is that right?
Devi fare matematica ed inglese per forza
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