if you rush anything you won’t do well right?

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so if you rush an A level and it doesn’t go well because of that, drop out and do a BTEC because its too much for you and if you rush a BTEC drop out and do an apprenticeship/traineeship so if you rush that can you do well in it or will you have to drop out because its too much?
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Considering there's a pattern there that when things get tough you leave, I should think so.
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(Original post by ROTL94)
Considering there's a pattern there that when things get tough you leave, I should think so.
but usually when things go wrong and you can’t cope with say A levels, people say do a BTEC or apprenticeship as advice.
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it might just mean that studying isn’t for you? because of the stress/anxiety that it causes and it means studying is too much and would be better off working. Who cares about the contract or commitment that you made?
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