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    At the moment i am currently in year 12 taking media studies, public services GCSE and travel and tourism. I hate the subjects i have chosen and i have always wanted to progress into aerospace engineering at university.

    I have applied for lots of 6th forms to resit year 12 offering courses i want to take and also applied for my own

    For example at John Leggot i have requested to study

    Chemistry
    Economics
    Computer Science
    Electronics

    But i really need my maths and physics to progress onto the course but also really want to study these subjects to

    I have opted to study maths and physics at home study and pay the required price of £400 to study them both at home with A-Level qualification so i can get on my required course

    Is this too many A-Levels to be learning at once ??

    I work saturday and sunday at sainsbury's

    For my university degree for the bach they are wanting BBC at A-Level including maths and that is to study aerospace engineering with a year abroad

    What do you guys think really

    Doing 6 A-Levels improve my chances or just weaken them ?
    I have time to study but will it still wreck my chances ??
    What do you guys suggest

    Also i cannot take maths and physics at my 6th form college so them two are having to be done in private study
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    (Original post by Shreevey)
    At the moment i am currently in year 12 taking media studies, public services GCSE and travel and tourism. I hate the subjects i have chosen and i have always wanted to progress into aerospace engineering at university.

    I have applied for lots of 6th forms to resit year 12 offering courses i want to take and also applied for my own

    For example at John Leggot i have requested to study

    Chemistry
    Economics
    Computer Science
    Electronics

    But i really need my maths and physics to progress onto the course but also really want to study these subjects to

    I have opted to study maths and physics at home study and pay the required price of £400 to study them both at home with A-Level qualification so i can get on my required course

    Is this too many A-Levels to be learning at once ??

    I work saturday and sunday at sainsbury's

    For my university degree for the bach they are wanting BBC at A-Level including maths and that is to study aerospace engineering with a year abroad

    What do you guys think really

    Doing 6 A-Levels improve my chances or just weaken them ?
    I have time to study but will it still wreck my chances ??
    What do you guys suggest

    Also i cannot take maths and physics at my 6th form college so them two are having to be done in private study
    why dont u do 1 or 2 at college and those 2 at home. or go to a college which allows u to do maths and physics as well as ur other 2.i wouldn't advise doing 6 a levels, but its ur choice. good luck
 
 
 
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