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lolita
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Hey, Im soooo confused, different ppl have been telling me different things!

Ive a bit of a dilema at the moment, basically I need to get ABB to read English at uni but at the moment im heading for an aac (the C is in French which I find very difficult and time consuming and ive worked my butt off to be gettin that c!) Ive phoned the uni to ask them if i cud get aac instead and they basically had a wait n see kind of attitude to it.

Right, where it gets interesting is that the alevel is on my ucas form and is therefore i presume what my original offer was based on. BUT I later took up psychology at Alevel, and emailed to tell them this (so i presume this is on my ucas form now but not when I got the offer) Can I now drop French?
- I will still have 3 alevels, 2 as and general studies so can i drop french or what??????

Any help/ opinions appreciated
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I think you're going to have to ask the Unis again if you want to drop the French. Certainly don't drop it until you've checked with them.

Some Unis will accept you anyway with AAC... it depends on how many people make their offers that year... I know a couple of people who had an ABB offer, got AAC, the Uni couldn't accept them that year, but they gave them a guaranteed place for next year.
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