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2. Sixth Form
Most schools in Lincolnshire provide a sixth form or a joint sixth form. You can continue your studies in school working towards your A Levels or other qualifications. Sixth form means one or two more years in a school setting.
Year 12 - this is also known as lower sixth and you will study for your AS Levels, normally in 3 or 4 subjects.
Year 13 - this is also known as upper sixth and you will study for your A Levels, normally in 3 subjects.
Some sixth forms are now offering BTEC or NVQs, which are normally more coursework based and some are more practical. Your final grade will be equivalent to an AS or A Level, depending on the BTEC/NVQ level.
To study at sixth form, you usually need to be between 16 and 19 years of age.