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I started A levels in September and have been doing them for a few months, they’re taking a big impact on my mental health and college/uni isn’t the career path i want to follow. I’m moving town in 6 months and i’m wondering is there anyway to take a year away from college?
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I'm pretty sure you're legally required to be in full time education until you're 18.
Also if you drop out you can't really start a course until next year so the only thing that will happen is your friends will be in university enjoying life whilst you're doing another year of education, and trust me you don't want to be in a class with people younger than you :/

what courses are you doing?
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(Original post by pr004)
I started A levels in September and have been doing them for a few months, they’re taking a big impact on my mental health and college/uni isn’t the career path i want to follow. I’m moving town in 6 months and i’m wondering is there anyway to take a year away from college?
You have to be in some form of education until you are 18.
Stick it out for this school year, but apply for other college courses/apprenticeships/whatever it is you want to do to start in September.
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