Erm.. Hello Molly, I know this out of topic but are you the same Molly from QE (Leicester)?(Original post by Molly9)
Basically - I've had a complete change of heart from doing law to doing neuroscience. I have AS levels in biology and maths but I dropped them in favour of essay based subjects when I wanted to do law. I'm planning on taking a year out, self studying and finishing my biology and maths as levels and doing a whole chemistry a level OR resisting the year of sixth form to attend classes in A2 bio and maths at my sixth form to finish them off, while attending As/A2 classes for chem, to help me do it in one year
I would be predicted 3 As in chem bio and maths and I am hoping to finish this school year with A*A*A*A in English, history, French and economics respectively. Would Cambridge consider me if I resit the year? Or would they see me as a candidate who couldn't do sixth form in 2 years like everybody else.
Seriously regretting my choices right now please help..
But going to get a U!