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    Hey, long story cut short. I went to uni in september 2013 but have been sent back as somehow they didn't realise i was 40 UCAS points off the mark to do my course! (despite me already being there 3 weeks!!) so I'm back now, and to be safe I'm taking A levels in both Business Studies and Psychology. My exams start in May, meaning i have a solid 4 months to study for them. You're more than likely thinking thats mental? Self studying for 4 months for 2 A levels? But as i said, i need 40 UCAS points, thans an E! Is an E is a subject i know nothing about that difficult to get? Or if i get my head down will i get it with ease?
    Need advice and anyone in similar situations are welcome to ask me questions as i'll try to help others too.

    Greg x
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