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    Thing is I have applied to university but also want to apply for full time jobs which could act as an alternative if university route doesn't work out for me.
    ...such as the KPMG’s A level trainee programme is what i am looking for, not the usual Retail career.
    I still want to be successful and feel that employers that specialise in post 16 schemes/ careers are a good, solid way to get far.
    Anyone got any ideas or heard of a level internships or have any other ideas for me that would provide a good starting wage and possibly show room for further qualifications.
    I've searched careers with Rolls Royce, BMW etc but it seems their programmes are mainly aimed at graduates.
    Thanks
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    oh i am waiting for a level results in Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Economics and will most likely get 240 UCAS points from my best 3 a levels.
    ... if that's gonna help at all?
 
 
 
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