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I wanted to move sixth forms in year 13. I wanted to move back to my old school that I studied at for secondary. However, the exam boards match up but they are studying different things. So, in religious studies they have the same exam board but my school studies islam but the school I want to transfer to studies Christianity. I am not sure if that would be possible because if I move how will I be able to do Christianity a level if I haven't done the first year?
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Schools tend not to like year 13s unless good reason. Check they are willing to take you.
Talk to RS and either learn Islam or agree you can teach self Christianity.
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Schools tend not to like year 13s unless good reason. Check they are willing to take you.
Talk to RS and either learn Islam or agree you can teach self Christianity.
Oh okay, thanks for your help
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