Down from 4 to 3 A Levels in Year 12? Watch

IrishBoyInLondon
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I was wondering if it would be possible to drop my 4th AS Level for nothing and just do 3 A Levels. I know this is typically done at the end of Year 12 but I can't stand English Lit and I really don't want to do it anymore. The only problem is I have a high GCSE point average and I don't know if me doing 3 A Levels would be possible.

Is it possible to drop an A Level completely in November? Has anyone here done it before?
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Couldn't you pick an AS level back up next year for a different subject ?
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I'm kind of content on the other 3 I'm currently doing to be honest. I'm doing an EPQ on top of this and I think it will just be too much work in the long run.
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I'm in Year 11 and planning to take English Lit is it really that bad?
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(Original post by Venuss)
I'm in Year 11 and planning to take English Lit is it really that bad?
It may depend on your school to be honest. Don't get me wrong it's a great A Level to have, It's just the books are pretty boring compared to GCSE, But maybe that's just my personal opinion.
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