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    didn't get what i was looking for today as i promised myself as long as i passed i'm ok, and that i did my best, well kinda good news , being dyslexic i typed most of my exams, i typed physics got an c and u in those ones, along with computing d overall, which obviously isn't great but :. then the maths: u in both :L
    But : I achieved a in every single past paper apart from one in maths and b's in the physics mod that I was awarded u in, all of which of these failed tests I wrote, instead of typed (confirmed buy tutors via email) . which leads to me to conclusion that my hand writing was simply illegible despite my best efforts.
    Just went over the syllabus again and there is no gaps in my knowledge the problem is getting the stuff on paper!, I really just cannot stand another year of a levels sat in the class bored and 40mins ahead of everyone with work.
    so my questions:

    Is there ANYWAY i can still get into A2 with these results considering

    Is there any option where I can equivalent ums in similar topics ( maths, physics computing) I've looked at a few b-tecs and dont' appeal to me,but if they do the job to get into uni...

    Any advice welcome, i'm personally sick of having to revise for how to write in the exam whilst learning from yale lecture recordings in my spare time (have to keep the interest up somehow) I'm sure others are in a similar position being stuck with this tediousness.
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