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    So yeh if you fail your alevels but really want to do a decent course in university then what is the best way to move forward. I only got a B in psychology and a D in human biology and a E in mathematics =/ I really would like to do a interesting course however i dont have to right grades. another problem is that for some courses which include a foundation year they require a d in mathematics which just takes the pee so i dont know what to really do, any advice please?
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    Retake them.
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    - Resit.
    - Redo year.
    - Get a job.
    - Gap yar.

    They are your options.
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    i dont want to resit or redo a whole year, aint there any other forms of education college just aint my way of learning good =/
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    Well, if you don't want to redo a year or resit, you're stuck-most unis won't take you with those grades....

    You could always go for one of the lower ranked unis. And why are you stuck on going to uni? It's not the be all and end all. Consider your position really carefully, maybe a job with some extraneous learning might be the solution....
 
 
 
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