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I am currently in year 12 going to year 13 doing 2 btec courses. One btec course is diploma.although receiving good grades I am considering moving to another school as I am no longer motivated in one of the subjects and don’t see myself pursuing the subject in the future. I also have a poor social life at my current sixth form and want to start fresh with new peers. Do you think I should stick the last year through or go to a new sixthform/college where I can study subjects that I am interested in.
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I would suggest staying because if you go to a new school you may be put back into year 12 therefore putting you a year behind your peers (which would also not help your social life)
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