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    I did really bad in my AS exams and my family, friends and I were so shocked! At GCSE I got all A's with an A* in maths and a C in History but in my AS I got EEEUU (bio, physics, general studies, maths and chem) I don't think I'm being kicked out but I have a meeting with the head of year tomorrow to discuss my plans for the future. Initially, I wanted to be a pharmacist but I don't know what to do now. Would it be best if I change my subjects to chem, bio, psychology, English lit or would it be better if I kept the same subjects and used the repeat of year 12 as a whole huge revision session? (Sorry for the huge chunk of reading, it won't let me create a new paragraph and idk why/: )
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    I was in the same position as you last year, I got CDDE for AS and I resat year 12 and iv just opened my results and got AAAB so it's not the end of the world, you can still become a pharmacist if you put the effort in


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    I got DEED last year, fel like ****, tbf I deserved it cuz I didn't work hard

    Changed college, took 3 A levels and 1 BTec

    Got 3 A's and a merrit in the Btec
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    If you repeat a year and you get a lower grade than before, do you still stick with your first AS grades?
 
 
 
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