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    I'm doing Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths and General Studies but I'm not counting GS in this as it's not accepted by many places.

    I'm thinking of dropping physics due to a general loathing for the subject, I have 45% attendence in it, which would leave me with Biology, Chemistry, Maths and General Studies for AS and then I'd continue with them all for A2 and I MAY do an AS next year as well.

    Obviously I don't have to do a 4th AS but I'm wondering how it may appear to universities if I don't. Would I still be able to apply to any university for any course related to my subject with Biology, Chemistry, Maths and General Studies for AS and A2?
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    I'd say it would depend on the course you're applying for, but on the whole universities only ask for 3 A2s anyway
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    :hmmm: not too sure on this one
    most people in my college who took 3 AS's this year will take it to A2 this autumn along with a new AS subject, so perhaps a 4th AS will help coz it will open more doors for work/universities
 
 
 
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