If you’re moving out this year then you’re most likely feeling a mixture of emotions right now. Happiness that your new found freedom is nearly upon you. Sadness that you’re leaving the family life you’re so used to in your home behind. But most of all, you’re going to be feeling pretty damn stressed. When you’re going it alone there is just so many different things to think about. So to help make it easier for you, we’ve put together a few things that you need to make sure you do the move as smoothly as possible.
When you’ve been in education so long, life outside of it can be a little scary and intimidating. You’ll have in a way, been babied through the years, even when you’re at university. You don’t realise what the big wide world is actually like. So when you are ready to leave, or if you have just left, you need to be prepared for some of the harsh truths out there. Even if you’ve gone and got a degree, life isn’t going to be a breeze like you would want it to be. So to make it a little easier for you, we’ve outlined some of the ways in which you can get through life after education.
How To Not Care What People Think
Alternatives to A-Levels
Please note that this ‘Alternatives to A-Levels post will be a long one however, it is a big decision. I shall start this post by saying that I am probably not the best person to give advice on alternatives. Depression tampered with my decisions but I will still stand by them. However, I believe my experience with A-Levels and apprenticeships may have the potential to help you. If you’re struggling to decide, keep reading.
Not everyone wants to stay on at school. It’s okay if you do and it’s okay if you don’t. I know a lot of people who are doing well with their A levels and others that are doing well without.
Usually schools don’t tend to promote the alternatives so it is down to you to do the research yourself.