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    Hello everyone,
    I have a question concerning my A-levels.
    I know that all unis making me offers will only require 3 A-levels, however in my UCAS application I said that I am doing 4. I think of not doing Law, as I only need 3.
    Is this acceptable? Or unis require me to do all 4, despite the offer of 3, as I said it on my UCAS form?
    I am concerned as I have 5 exams in 2 days which is pretty hard
    Thanks
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    To find the best advice talk to your teacher
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    anybody else?
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    Check with the university that it's OK to drop an A-level. They made the offer expecting you to get those three grades while doing the workload for four subjects.
 
 
 
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