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    i have had to pull out of my AS due to extenuating circumstances. im on a 1.5 year a level course and we are only due to sit our AS this coming october (CIE).

    my teachers are predicting me grades and fully accounting for my extenuating circumstances. but i just wondered if there was anyone out there like me who are not resit candidates but instead were doing full a levels in one sitting over two years (or 1.5 years like me). did you just get predicted grades on your UCAS App? if so, did you get any offers?

    im most worried about this.

    thanks very much .

    i have a friend who's doing this but her situation is more that she feels that she will be better sitting all the exams in one go at the end of two years. :O

    the way her app is going is that her teachers are predicting her grades and stating that she will be doing all her a levels in one sitting (as they used to do it, long.. long.. ago :P)
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    thanks. um but isnt she scared that the unis are gonna wonder why and stuff?

    nahh... she said u just have to get your referee to explain in the letter - dont worry about it! x
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