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?
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- Thread Starter
- 09-02-2010 21:11
- 09-02-2010 21:17
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.