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mers ideas on whether to go on to sixth form: PLEASE TELL ME IF IT IS ANY GOOD

Uploaded by loub1990 on Sep 19, 2005


Today many youngsters have little comprehension of their options when choosing whether to continue their education beyond GCSE. This contributes to the reason why so many children opt to leave school at this point. The choice should solely depends on the actual person and their future targets and responsibilities, though there are factors, such as the student’s past experience of school, that sway their eventual decision, despite the fact that these factors may not be relevant in the slightest. For this reason, I personally feel that countless potentially prosperous individuals are being cheated out of the life they, at one time, aspired to have.
In a recent analysis studying the amount of students staying on at school until age 17, Britain was shown twenty-fifth lowest out of the twenty-nine countries inspected. Education ministers are warning young children that leaving school early creates an increased likelihood of obtaining an under-skilled, low-wage job. Youngsters have a limited understanding of how insignificant some features of their lives are when deciding upon further education. Some choose not to continue their schooling because of completely irrelevant reasons such as how much they like their teachers or their friends!
Students, who do so, have many different incentives to stay on after GCSE, each one mainly dependent on their career ideas and goals. Students who wish to ultimately enter university will almost certainly continue their education beyond the compulsory section of it, as universities will not accept candidates lacking qualifications (A levels) that are needed to acquire a degree.
Most highly educated careers require a suitable degree, and youngsters who do not achieve the necessary A levels will be unable to obtain this. Those who do manage to achieve the needed qualifications have a better chance of obtaining a well-paid job.
Potential actors, artists and musicians may decide to enrol in a suitable college that is dedicated to the art they wish to pursue. Some youngsters are under the wrong impression that higher education will not help them achieve such dreams and simply delay the process of becoming an actress, singer or an artist. This of course is incorrect. Qualifications in your chosen “art� will increase your chances of obtaining work. Higher education gives students the chance to be more knowledgeable in their subject...

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Date:   09/19/2005

Category:   Miscellaneous

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