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    Hi all,

    I got my AS results yesterday and is extremely concerned about my future, Just wondering is it worth it to change school and restart AS or not?

    the Grades i got is ABCEE

    Any help will be greatful, thank you, really need some advice!!!
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    (Original post by Oscar Chan)
    Hi all,

    I got my AS results yesterday and is extremely concerned about my future, Just wondering is it worth it to change school and restart AS or not?

    the Grades i got is ABCEE

    Any help will be greatful, thank you, really need some advice!!!
    what are you wanting to do and what subjects are they in ?
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    Well what were they in, what would you like to do in future eg at uni?


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    Thanks for helping,

    I have been thinking of doing Marketing in Uni but with my grades i got for now, I dont think i will be able to choose what i want to do!!

    I got
    B in music
    C in economics
    A in chinese
    E in physics
    E in Maths

    I am just not sure what i should do because these results will lead to my final A2 grades, and i am also thinking about resitting maths and physics but not sure if it will distract me too much next year. Please help!

    Thank you
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    (Original post by Oscar Chan)
    Thanks for helping,

    I have been thinking of doing Marketing in Uni but with my grades i got for now, I dont think i will be able to choose what i want to do!!

    I got
    B in music
    C in economics
    A in chinese
    E in physics
    E in Maths

    I am just not sure what i should do because these results will lead to my final A2 grades, and i am also thinking about resitting maths and physics but not sure if it will distract me too much next year. Please help!

    Thank you
    well I would restart the whole year, Universities don't like that too much :nope: ... but definitely continue music, Chinese, economics ... and personally I would resit maths or physics, not both as you don't want to overload yourself.

    I'm sure with hard work you can raise that E to a C/B and your other grades you can easily improve them ..just requires a lot of determination
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    Well you did better than me in the Music area.

    I got a C for Music Technology and that's my future right their.

    YOu could just carry on to A2 but focus intently on bringing the grades up. It's definitely not impossible.

    Cheers!
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    Thanks again for the help,

    Just another question if you could help, if i do stay in my school, I will definitely resit and as you say, i shouldnt resit both as it will overload myself, so i am wondering, I will probably resit maths than physics because I will not carry Physics to A2, but will Universities care a lot about the E i got in physics in AS level??

    Thank you for the advice, i am really determinded to do well next year, regret so much for not doing what i should have done this year.
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    (Original post by Oscar Chan)
    Thanks again for the help,

    Just another question if you could help, if i do stay in my school, I will definitely resit and as you say, i shouldnt resit both as it will overload myself, so i am wondering, I will probably resit maths than physics because I will not carry Physics to A2, but will Universities care a lot about the E i got in physics in AS level??

    Thank you for the advice, i am really determinded to do well next year, regret so much for not doing what i should have done this year.
    hmm I can't say im 100% certain but im pretty sure they only take your top 3 A levels (and highest AS if required ) unless you apply to like Oxbridge, Birmingham and barts/imperial I think ?

    best of luck
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    Thank you so much for the advices!!
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    (Original post by Oscar Chan)
    Thank you so much for the advices!!
    No problem
 
 
 
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