I'm currently in my AS year. I'm looking to do a fifth A level next year to boost my university applications. I was thinking Maths because I've heard it's the easiest of the subjects to self-study, and I used to be fairly good at it. I got an A at GCSE. I'll be applying to Cambridge by October though. With such a short time before I apply, how will I get a predicted grade for it? Will I even be able to put it on my application? If I managed to get straight A's for my (completely humanities) AS, would my sixth form be willing to just assume I'm going to get an A? I won't be attending any of the classes though; I'd be self-studying it.
So basically, how would I get a predicted grade to put on UCAS for an A level that I'm going to be self-studying in a single year?
(Just ignore the problem of doing well in a one-year A level for the purposes of this thread)
Getting a predicted grade in a one-year self-studied A level?
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