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    I'm currently in y12, and I'm studying the International Baccalaureate in Liverpool.
    The IB in comparison the A levels have 6 subjects that must be within each division of subjects. So I study English Literature, beginners italian, maths, physics, chemistry and economics.

    I'm considering going back a year because english and italian are the subjects that I hate and they do bring be back with my other subjects.

    That is why I am asking, if I go back a year, will universities consider me second for making such an action?

    Also, this year I have done a lot of extra curricular things which I thought would be good to put on my UCAS form.

    If I go back a year, will I not be able to put them down on my ucas form, and would this be further implicated by moving school?

    You can put down everything you've done for extra curricular, but I'd advise just getting your head down and getting on with the Italian and English. I hated politics A level, but I knew I HAD to get on with it, and managed to scrape a B.

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