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    I want to teach myself A-levels I tried sixth form last year and it wasn't great. But I want to do 5 alevels, 3 whole ones and 2 as an AS, what u think

    also if I want to go to a Russell group uni to study university could I apply on results day because IF I do what I said then that means I'll have to apply on results day
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    (Original post by Ajibizzle)
    I want to teach myself A-levels I tried sixth form last year and it wasn't great. But I want to do 5 alevels, 3 whole ones and 2 as an AS, what u think
    Don't try and do this all in a year. It is also unnecssary to take 3 A levels and 2AS, you would be better sticking to 3 A levels.

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    also if I want to go to a Russell group uni to study university could I apply on results day because IF I do what I said then that means I'll have to apply on results day
    You can apply in the normal way - I don't have details but I have know students self-teaching who have done it.
 
 
 
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