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I'm 25 and have 3 GCSEs, two are low passes (Grade F in the old system, awarded in 2010 and 2015), the other is a Grade C in English Language, awarded in 2010. I have a Pass for OCR National Level 2 Science, Merit for BTEC First ICT, and a Pass in BTEC First Retail, all awarded in 2010, and a Distinction in BTEC Level 3 Travel and Tourism, awarded in 2013. Would it be worth doing GCSE Statistics independently? What should I do next?
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what do you want to do? are you trying to get into university? or?
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what do you want to do? are you trying to get into university? or?
Unfortunately I decided against HE due to potential debt concerns. I was due to start a foundation degree in Travel and Tourism Management in September 2016 and then again in September 2017.

I am just looking at improving my employment prospects now. I've only been employed for 1 month in my life, in 2017. I'm not sure what to do next, GCSEs/IGCSEs, A-levels, learn some foreign languages, an NVQ...

I'd like to do GCSE Statistics to have another GCSE. I don't know if this could be studied free, as working towards English and Maths qualifications is free.
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Any replies appreciated. Thank you.
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sorry i really am not sure how to advise you perhaps someone else may
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