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    Would it be ill-advised to or even possible for me to change to the International Baccalaureate from AS Levels?

    I don't feel as if I am going to get anywhere with these and I've somehow come to the conclusion, rather late too, that these subjects are not want I want to study nor do I want an occupation relating to them (apart from Geography).

    I do however want to either change my current course to a new set of AS Levels or to the International Baccalaureate.

    What I'm doing at the moment is;
    • Archaeology
    • Electronics
    • Geography
    • Geology

    Now what I've decided I might want to do is;

    • Spanish AS
    • Economics AS
    • Geography or Geology as A2
    • Modern History AS

    And then go on to do Geography at University.

    Alternatively I could do the IB Programme and do;
    • English Standard
    • Mathematical Studies Standard
    • German Standard(If they will let me) or Spanish Standard
    • Economics Higher or Geography Higher
    • Environmental Systems and Societies Standard
    • Music Standard

    Although I'm not sure what the best option to do is and whether or not it's sensible/plausible for me to do this. Maybe I should carry on with my current studies or only drop 2 of them.
    I don't even have any idea what the college would say about this and if they'd let me do this.

    What do you think?
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