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I have applied to go to a sixth from because my crush goes there but they are not allowing me to do my A levels this year because I have not passed my English Language GCSE yet so I would have to spend an extra year to resit that over there. I have also applied to go to a college where they are allowing me to do my A levels this year as well as resitting my GCSE English without having to study an extra year. I want to become a Lawyer and go to University. Which school should I go to?
( would it be too much for me to do my 3 A levels and pass English Language or should I wait another year to get English out of the way?)
BTW I have had a crush on him for 5 years and he is my close friend... help.
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wait the year,relationships can wait
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A crush on who, the college? 😆
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I get it, trust me, I’m crazy for this guy and I even applied for a job once at a chain store that was near where he lived, even though there was a store that was hiring for that chain that was closer to my house. I’ve liked him for 3 years now. But trust me, don’t f up your education for a relationship. If you’re friends, you could still have a relationship and see each other, you just wouldn’t go to the same sixth form. Go to the one that is offering you a-levels and your resit. It won’t be too much, my friend did 3 a-levels and her maths gcse result and she did fine. Good luck
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Forget about your crush for a moment and way out the pros and cons
which school offers the best subjects for you in regards to alevels, do they offer work experience or extra curricular activity's.
Choose whats right for you
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