220 UCAS Points Should i take another year and Do AS? Watch

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Got CCD, didn't expect to get higher then a D in English Lit+Lang as I had no interest in the subject and struggled with it.

So I've got 220 points should I do another year of AS to get some extra points or is their a 1 year college course I can do?

I didn't plan to go the uni this year anyway, I was going to do another course, but now I'm not sure what I should do.
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Can someone help me please? Anyone?
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You can turn your life around in a year if you put effort into it.
I went from B in Maths, C in Eng Lang and E in Biology to getting straight A-A-A in Math/F Math/Statistics within 7 months of teaching myself from home. If you put the effort in you can do anything you want. I'd say if you take it seriously you can teach yourself and get yourself into a far better University this time next year.
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(Original post by Henryyyyy)
You can turn your life around in a year if you put effort into it.
I went from B in Maths, C in Eng Lang and E in Biology to getting straight A-A-A in Math/F Math/Statistics within 7 months of teaching myself from home. If you put the effort in you can do anything you want. I'd say if you take it seriously you can teach yourself and get yourself into a far better University this time next year.
This or a foundation course.

You can get 1 year courses or a 1 year course that when passed autimatically allows you entry to the full 3/4 year course.

It is also possible to move uni's after the foundation year depending on the Uni

look on clearing. If the unis don't appeal to you then it might be worth retaking and choosing unis that suit you
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You can turn your life around in a year if you put effort into it.
I went from B in Maths, C in Eng Lang and E in Biology to getting straight A-A-A in Math/F Math/Statistics within 7 months of teaching myself from home. If you put the effort in you can do anything you want. I'd say if you take it seriously you can teach yourself and get yourself into a far better University this time next year.
So do AS levels count for anything in UCAS points. Let's say i got ABB at as would those be helpful at all?
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This or a foundation course.

You can get 1 year courses or a 1 year course that when passed autimatically allows you entry to the full 3/4 year course.

It is also possible to move uni's after the foundation year depending on the Uni

look on clearing. If the unis don't appeal to you then it might be worth retaking and choosing unis that suit you
Thank you so much
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I got 200 and got offer from derby, Chichester and Gloucestershire.... You can get in thought clearing definitely. Bournemouth wants 220! Good luck
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I got 200 and got offer from derby, Chichester and Gloucestershire.... You can get in thought clearing definitely. Bournemouth wants 220! Good luck
Really! I hope so! I don't want to take any chances :P but if it ends up that i have to go through clearing then >.<
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