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# Can you take A Levels, and then take another set of A Levels after? watch

1. I.e. can you do this...

year1 = as levels in four subjects (a,b,c,d)
year2 = a2 levels in four subjects (a,b,c,d)
year3 = NEW as levels in four subjects (e,f,g,h)
year4 = NEW a2 levels in four subjects (e,f,g,h)

I have taken subjects that maybe weren't right for me, but I don't want to drop them all because i know i can pass them, so would the four years of A Levels be possible?
2. (Original post by emelie_rose)
I.e. can you do this...

year1 = as levels in four subjects (a,b,c,d)
year2 = a2 levels in four subjects (a,b,c,d)
year3 = NEW as levels in four subjects (e,f,g,h)
year4 = NEW a2 levels in four subjects (e,f,g,h)

I have taken subjects that maybe weren't right for me, but I don't want to drop them all because i know i can pass them, so would the four years of A Levels be possible?
It would be, BUT, you'd only be funded by the government for the first 3 years, and fees for VI form colleges are huge! Also, your school/college would have to let you. You'd need to speak to someone, probably your form tutor, about it.
3. (Original post by emelie_rose)
I.e. can you do this...

year1 = as levels in four subjects (a,b,c,d)
year2 = a2 levels in four subjects (a,b,c,d)
year3 = NEW as levels in four subjects (e,f,g,h)
year4 = NEW a2 levels in four subjects (e,f,g,h)

I have taken subjects that maybe weren't right for me, but I don't want to drop them all because i know i can pass them, so would the four years of A Levels be possible?
I would say no, purely because a college is very unlikely going to take you past the age of 18, they may let you stay a third year, but not a fourth.
4. ok, thanks
5. what you could always try is something like this, which i have seen before
Year 1, AS (a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h)
Year 2, AS (a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h)
Year 3, A2 (a,b,c,d,e,f)

You get 6 A Levels, and 2 AS Levels, and you would still be fully funded, although they would have to allow you do split AS Levels, which they may not allow.
6. Yeah you can. My friend done her A-levels at sixth form and then went to college and took a btec national diploma which is a-level level!
7. Yes you can, you would just have to discuss it with your school or college to make sure it is okay with them!

Mia x
8. You can but it would need to be decided by the college.

I know someone who is in their 4th year.
9. yeah, just contact with a college. i know lots of people who did that.
10. If your college allows you then of course you can.

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