I did my A Levels and got CDD in Maths, English, Philosophy because I didn't attend classes or do any work, due to personal reasons. Then, I went to Uni to study Law, an ambition of mine since I was 10.
Anyway, I started the course and really hated it! It was nothing like the seminars and lectures I'd attended prior to enrolment, so I stopped going to lessons. Barely did any work and partied A LOT, passed all my assignments but failed the exams.
Now, I'm thinking about going back to Uni but one of the top Universities so I'd need to get, at least, an A in all subjects.
Has anyone done three A levels through a distant learning course?
And will re-taking them, at 23, in addition to the fact that I've already been to Uni, affect my chances of getting into a great University?
Advice will be very much appreciated!
Redoing A levels to get into a better uni through a distance learning course?
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