I am aware that there are several discussions about switching from the IB to A-Levels already, however, I have questions for some specific subjects.
I have just started my second year of the IB. I never intended to switch to A-Levels, but there is a possibility of moving to a city in Indonesia soon (I am currently living in the UK), where the only international school only does Cambridge International AS & A-Levels. It's a pretty complicated situation and I wouldn't be able to stay in the UK to finish the IB.
The IB subjects that I'm currently doing:
- Physics (Higher Level)
- Geography (Higher Level)
- Art (Higher Level)
- French (Standard Level)
- Maths (Standard Level)
- English Language and Literature (Standard Level)
The A-Level subjects that I consider doing:
- English Literature
I'm concerned about whether or not I'd be able to catch up and get good grades. I have checked the A-Level English literature syllabus, and I have studied none of the texts. For maths and geography, I think it's pretty similar to the things that I've been learning in the IB. Any opinions or suggestions?
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