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    Hi guys I was after some advice. I was unsure as to what courses I wanted to take and finally decided I want to do maths and physcis a levels. However I work full time and am considering doing these as evening courses or by distance learning. The real decision is that I have missed the first term of the academic year and wanted to know your thoughts on how I should progress. Do you think it would be easier to just to do AS levels this year and try to do the exams in July for both in July? Or maybe just tackle one a level this year. Also will colleges take on someone who is starting so late? My plan is to go on and do a further masters afterwards. I have done a degree previously but my a levels weren't to great so I thought I would go get better grades for my cv and increase mt abilites for my career.

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    I don't think they would take you on this late into the year unless you were transferring from another college or something :/ think you'll have to wait until next year!
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    Yeah I don't want to waste anymore time. I should be able to do home study and take exams for the both as levels at the end of the academic year right?
 
 
 
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