(Original post by TenaciousMonkey)
FP2, FP3, M4, M5, Chem 5, Phys 5
And the retakes:
M2, M3, Phys 4, Chem 1, Chem 2, Chem 4
-.- 12 exams D:
duuuuuuude what are you doing?!
If your Unis don't want (or you aren't taking) Additional Further Maths, I strongly suggest not to bother taking the extra mechanics units. You're doing every chemistry exam since AS, a physics retake, two further pure and two mechanics units - are you mental?? haha
I don't mean to come across as patronizing but I was in your position last month; I wanted to take M4 and STEP in addition to my 4 A2s to ease the pressure off the start of uni. There is honestly no point of doing extra exams because there's a serious risk of you doing worse on your others. If you find mechanics easy, just self-teach the modules or do British Physics Olympiad papers or the mechanics problems in STEP. Trust me man, it will look much better if you get A*A*A*A at A-level rather than A*A*BC. Not implying that you can't ace your exams but doing so many modules is just pretty sad tbh, much better to practice tougher questions (if you want, pm me your email and I can send you some physics problems (Oxbridge prep etc) from hell that don't need M3+ to answer)