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A-Levels

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Do you reckon Andy did A-Levels?
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I'm pretty sure he didn't - i think he stopped school work at 17 (although obviously if he was carrying on from the scottish system.....)
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He wouldn't have time with all his tennis.  Anyway, what would he need them for?
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Oh yeh the scotts have a different system don't they. Scottish highers or something like that?? How do you think he did?
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I'm pretty sure he didn't do them - he was in Barcelona from the time he was 15 wasn't he?
I'm sure he said he stopped his school work after a year or so to concentrate on the tennis....
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i thought they were compulsary like GCSE's
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Highers? I don't know - I guess if you're not in the country they're not really compulsory Wink
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I think at the tennis academy they have an equivelent of an american high-school..... so maybe he has the american equivelent? I don't know, i could be talking rubbish here .....  dontknow
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in scotland we do standard grades in fourth year which = gcse and in 5th year we do highers which r the big ones and i thnk = a levels.
he may wel hav done standard grades caus he was studying maths english and spanish but i really doubt it. highers definitely not!
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See I didn't find out until I went to uni (i.e. about 2 months ago!) that you guys in Scotland all finish a year ahead of us down south....interesting difference in systems Smile
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Quote from: "Mathlete"
i thought they were compulsary like GCSE's


Only Standard grades are compulsory! You can leave school when you turn 16.
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I have no idea!! I have enough trouble keeping up with my qualifications never mind trying to work out what everyone else is up to!!
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Quote from: "Annie Binannie"
Quote from: "Mathlete"
i thought they were compulsary like GCSE's


Only Standard grades are compulsory! You can leave school when you turn 16.


Thats like us. We can leave after GCSE's.
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I mean technically, you don't even have to do them if you've turned 16......or so i hear........
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Quote from: "eira_arian"
I mean technically, you don't even have to do them if you've turned 16......or so i hear........


I thought it was something random like, you can leave at the end of the term in which you turn 16? In which case, i think i'd have to stay on until the end of the first term of yr 12  confused  I don't know..... i could be talking rubbish Very Happy
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