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Is it more fun than a sixth form and do you have more free time to study independently
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In my experience, more fun, no. More time to study, yes, but also more studying time required. Keep your expectations low, it's not much different, despite what students and teachers say.
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In my experience, more fun, no. More time to study, yes, but also more studying time required. Keep your expectations low, it's not much different, despite what students and teachers say.
So I’m better if going sixth form ?
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So I’m better if going sixth form ?
Not sure if it's better. I don't know much about them.
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