Can I join year 11 at the age of 19 ?

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Can u join year 11 at the age of 19?
Edit* Can I take all my gcse instead of jus 2 like English and maths
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I doubt it

If you need your GCSE's then you will have to do them through another organization I'm guessing

It would be pretty weird anyways, a 19-year-old surrounded by 15 and 16-year-olds...
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You would be an adult amongst minors. Any particular reason?
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No.
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(Original post by Jonathanツ)
I doubt it

If you need your GCSE's then you will have to do them through another organization I'm guessing

It would be pretty weird anyways, a 19-year-old surrounded by 15 and 16-year-olds...
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You would be an adult amongst minors. Any particular reason?
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No.

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You can sit your GCSEs (and A-levels) at or after the age of 19. You wouldn't do so in a class and join a year 11 group in a school though. Check with local FE colleges to see if they have provision for you to undertake GCSEs there (either standalone or alongside another programme. They may have evening classes or similar for adult learners who have jobs etc that you can join.
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You can sit your GCSEs (and A-levels) at or after the age of 19. You wouldn't do so in a class and join a year 11 group in a school though. Check with local FE colleges to see if they have provision for you to undertake GCSEs there (either standalone or alongside another programme. They may have evening classes or similar for adult learners who have jobs etc that you can join.
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