I am currently in Year 13 and concerned about my A level courses. In Year 12 I took four courses, one being A2 maths. The problem is that I dropped Physics this year, and because I finished Maths, that leaves me with only two courses this year.
I was wondering if universities looked down on having only two classes in one year. I thought it was fine, since I would still have three A levels, and I would have a lot more time for the two subjects I'm doing, but some students have told me that universities would question this. What are you guys' thoughts on this?
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- 09-09-2013 01:44
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- 09-09-2013 16:46
I similarly took one of my A-levels early so, I just completed it in June and already have the result back. From speaking to universities at open days, the fact that I had already done the A-level early and it was what I wanted to take at University (English) did not seem to make much of a difference. In fact, many tutors said that it would be an advantage as, you have already proved you can do it when it comes to applications. I don't know how they would feel about only doing 2 A-levels in year 13 though but, I hope I helped somewhat