I'm in a bit of a dilemma at the moment, I have recently switched schools to a college due to receiving mediocre AS grades I got- C- sociology, C- ICT, D- in English Literature.
At my new college, they are letting me carrying on with A levels but are only letting me carry on with sociology A2 and AS media, this is because I failed my maths GCSE and they want me to not have too many exams so that I can focus on getting my maths.( retaking in November is not an option as it is far too soon for me).
I have tried to look for multiple universities that will take 2 a levels, but the majority that do pop up want me to do a foundation year before I start studying, which isn't ideal for me because I want to do a teacher training package and want to be able to get my qualifications so I can get into a class and teach sociology, not delay that time by doing a foundation year before I actually study.
So my question is, Should I choose another AS level after this year? so at least I'll have 3 A levels for University or Should I just stick to two and do a foundation course?
P.S (the reason I don't do ICT or English Literature at my college was because it either clashed with A2 sociology on my timetable and my college doesn't do ICT)
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