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URGENT! Help me make a choice...Should I continue or quit studying!

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The requirements to study in Australia is to pass 5 subject in O levels and two subjects in A levels(class 12). I took physics and maths in A levels. I hoped my grades would be good but I've failed in physics but passed in maths in A levels. Always wanted to someone amongst my friends and dreamed to study bachelor's of IT in abroad.I'm from Bangladesh and my family finances is low. I'm 21 and will turn 22 this year,I've completed my O levels in 2015 and so I want to waste my time repeat the A level exam which I failed Therefore I have 3 options:

1. Take a risky loan about $25000 AUD and go study in Australia. And have to pay the loan all by myself within one year by doing part time jobs or anyhow.

2. Do GED(equivalent to class 12 or A levels) and study in private university in my country because Australia Universities won't accept GED.

3. Go and work where my brother work in an shop in Oman where I can earn 125 rial/month for working 11hrs/day depending on my work.

So which do you think would be the best option? And why?

Should I complete my bachelor's in my country which will cost me $8333-13333 AUD and get a job in here in Bangladesh which will pay $500 AUD/month. Or should I quit studying and start working with my brother?

And if there is and possibilities of moving to Australia in future including job or studying...excluding marrying a aussie girl which will never happen in my dream please tell me also... TIA
Date: Jan 12, 2018   


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