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Hello, i've started a level 3 course which is 2 extra years. which means i will be attending university in 2022 however the course i'm doing now i do not wanna carry on and want to go university next year will i be able to go university with a full level 2 course and half level 3 course?
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a half level three course? You would definitely need a full level three course to start uni. And besides, why the rush?
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Level 2 is GCSE equivalent I believe. So you would need the Level 3 (A-level equivalent) to attend university.
It may be worth looking into access courses/foundation years that act as a top up/replacement to your A-levels if you're wanting to attend university sooner. It would also mean doing an extra year at university as well though. So it may not be any help if you just want to be done with education sooner.
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