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How stupid is it to move schools between AS and A level?

Also hows everuyones weekend going so far?
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How stupid is it to move schools between AS and A level?

Also hows everuyones weekend going so far?
I'm sorry i thought I posted this im teh secondary school subforumn - sorry!
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maybe inconvenient due to differing specifications, but not stupid no.
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How about moving to Eton . (p.s i got a PM off you earlier but it was blank :confused: )
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Depends really on how well you can adjust.
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I wouldn't say it was the most clever of things to do, unless you have good reason
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How about moving to Eton . (p.s i got a PM off you earlier but it was blank :confused: )
hmm thats wierd
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convoluted thread
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I wouldn't say it was the most clever of things to do, unless you have good reason
I really dont like my school, I some days I spend more time in school doing my job then lessons (On days with frees) I go to most lessons excet some maths cos i dont understand and never do!!!!!
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convoluted thread
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I really dont like my school, I some days I spend more time in school doing my job then lessons (On days with frees) I go to most lessons excet some maths cos i dont understand and never do!!!!!
What school are you thinking of moving to? Because you'll have to find one which uses the same exam boards for each of your subjects, which will probably be difficult
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What school are you thinking of moving to? Because you'll have to find one which uses the same exam boards for each of your subjects, which will probably be difficult
i dont know! You know when you want to get out but dont have a second option, All the school sin my area arn't brilliant - I dont know what to do!
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I moved from america to britian and still got 4Bs and an A in my exams. Its not that diffucult
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I moved from america to britian and still got 4Bs and an A in my exams. Its not that diffucult
haha well done!
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I did it and survived
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if you really aren't enjoying your school then thats a reason enough to change. It will have an effect on your exams are general well being. As long as you get the marks, a university won't mind too much. Have you thought about a good boarding school? They offer bursaries sometimes.
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I did it and survived

If you dont mind me asking y did you do it?
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If you dont mind me asking y did you do it?
because i wanted to get decent grades (my previous school sucked)
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if you really aren't enjoying your school then thats a reason enough to change. It will have an effect on your exams are general well being. As long as you get the marks, a university won't mind too much. Have you thought about a good boarding school? They offer bursaries sometimes.

i have no money as it is so boarding school and private is out of the question! Its a catch 22
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i have no money as it is so boarding school and private is out of the question! Its a catch 22
I was going to transfer to a better college, the woman who takes care of all the exams etc, said different exam boards do not matter as long as you don't cover the same topic in A2 level and if you will, do a different module.
Sadly, they were all full up and said i could apply for first year and do my AS levels again. I'd rather study harder than retake all the hardwork i've done so far. My college is pretty poor for lessons, the less able trash the study area and vandalise things, teachers are always off ill and most of the people who go there aren't very nice at all. But i go to a quiet room and do work in free periods or each night i sit here with my books, writing my own notes and reading them over and over ... well for a bit anyway, then i'm out at night. hehe

I think if you get your head down, you can do anything. I asked my teacher in the critical thinking lesson if i could have an extra lesson a week because i'm struggling, everyone else laughed and opted me out like a geek (i wish i was), she agreed it was a good idea and then they attended the extra lesson along with me, maybe they were scared to say? My psychology teacher said she'd help me out in the afternoons too. Maybe you could ask of the same?

Let me know what you think,

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