Thanks, I'll definitely take that on board!(Original post by drinktheoceans)
I don't understand why everyone is saying to retake AS Levels when they don't even count towards the full A Level, lol.
You'd probably have to somehow convince your teachers to give you a really good predicted grade and a good reference clearly explaining why they predicted you so highly. Strong GCSE grades could probably help you out there.
You also have the other option of taking a gap year and applying with your real A Level grades the following application cycle, if you really did flunk your exam and can't convince your teachers.Spoiler:ShowHowever, you never know. You could be in for a good surprise on results day...
and I did AQA Chemistry as well, it was horrible this year :/
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing