Profession, colleague or secondary school?

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Profession, colleague or secondary school?

Hello

So I'm in secondary school and I have too much stress, I can't concentrate in class anymore and I'm now thinking about going to college but I don't know because I I don't know me very well, how things work at college, I don't know if it's like normal school or something and what kind of qualification you can get

can someone help me?



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In Baden-Württemberg, the entry requirement for a vocational college is secondary school leaving certificate and you don't have a degree yet.

This educational path is currently not an option for you.

The only alternative you currently have to attending your secondary school is a BVJ or VAB, depending on the federal state. The aim is to prepare young adults for training and, if possible, to obtain their secondary school leaving certificate.



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B.I would recommend K to you.

You do your Abitur and do an apprenticeship at the same time, that's how it was for me.

Every day Mon-Fri school and training time practically teaching times were normal from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. or until 1 p.m. sometimes omitted like a normal school. You can get your technical college entrance qualification there. Sometimes a few times you stay until 6 p.m. And most of the time internship e.g. 1 year internship once every week. Or 3 1 month internship every day. But it is different. And in addition to the normal subjects such as math, English, German, chemistry, economics, depending on the direction you also have raw materials and products or other lessons:) it can be fun but it doesn't have to be.

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Your guide to a better future - quark24

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