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    I have done AS Level but, not satisfied. I got Biology= D, Chem= E and waiting for maths results. These are my overall AS Level grades.

    I am going to begin with a professional accounting qualification ACCA.

    Should I do A2?Are there chances for me to get better results on the whole at ALEVEL.? Pls help
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    Well you can resit and get better grades
    I`ve heard tons of stories on TSR of people who got E`s and U`s and got A`s overall dont worry
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    (Original post by Sena5)
    I have done AS Level but, not satisfied. I got Biology= D, Chem= E and waiting for maths results. These are my overall AS Level grades.

    I am going to begin with a professional accounting qualification ACCA.

    Should I do A2?Are there chances for me to get better results on the whole at ALEVEL.? Pls help
    How do you know your grades already?
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    (Original post by Troytheboy)
    How do you know your grades already?
    I did chem and bio on jan and math on june this session so waiting for maths results
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    (Original post by Sena5)
    I have done AS Level but, not satisfied. I got Biology= D, Chem= E and waiting for maths results. These are my overall AS Level grades.

    I am going to begin with a professional accounting qualification ACCA.

    Should I do A2?Are there chances for me to get better results on the whole at ALEVEL.? Pls help
    You would need to do lots of retakes to do better at A2 and I'd be inclined to say that unless either you had mitigating circumstances this year or didn't try your best and are wiling to try harder then maybe A-Levels aren't for you.
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    (Original post by jelly1000)
    You would need to do lots of retakes to do better at A2 and I'd be inclined to say that unless either you had mitigating circumstances this year or didn't try your best and are wiling to try harder then maybe A-Levels aren't for you.
    Then is there any alternatives? I am gonna begin ACCA accounting professional qualification?
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    (Original post by Sena5)
    Then is there any alternatives? I am gonna begin ACCA accounting professional qualification?
    Some people do better in Btecs instead but if your doing ACCA do you need A-Levels?
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    (Original post by jelly1000)
    Some people do better in Btecs instead but if your doing ACCA do you need A-Levels?
    ACCA is an accounting professional qualification we can do rather than a degree route.
    It has 14 papers to complete with 3 levels. If you have O/L you can do foundation level of ACCA and get exempted from the first level, 3 papers of ACCA and proceed with the rest.If you have ALevel you go from the first level directly. But, both are the same because getting exempted from the first level. It's cool.

    Btec maybe for people who find ALevel hard. ACCA is a professional qualification not to replace ALEVEL.
 
 
 
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