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    Hey this is my first post on this forum yey!

    I'm 17 and last year I moved colleges Last year just when the AS level exams were being taken.
    Due to the change i found that all subject syllabuses were different and I was in a tight spot needing to learn new subject areas in around a week. So i took the exams anyway but got far below my potential.

    The teachers at the college said it might be a good idea to retake the year, which i have done.
    But i can't help thinking that it will really affect my unversity placement.

    Is anyone else in something like this position or knows anyone who is?
    Will it affect my uni placement? -(I've been predicted all A grades for AS)

    cheers guys
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    It shouldn't affect anything with your university placement becuase hopefully they will understand that there was nothing you could do about it.
 
 
 

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