I halfheartedly took my A-levels two years ago, and came out with two mediocre A2s, and an AS in Philosophy and Ethics. I didn't realise how much of a passion I would develop for Philosophy, so I decided to complete it. I haven't got the financial ability to pay to study at college, so I bought all the books and taught myself the A2, in the two months I managed to get off from work. I felt the exams went really well, but now two weeks later, I'm stressing that all the effort I put in would have gone to waste. I want to eventually teach Philosophy; I have the drive and passion for it, but I don't want my past failures to overshadow my potential. Should I contact my university, or will it seem like I'm too desperate?
I'm worried I won't get the grades required to get in to university? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-07-2014 21:57
- Study Helper
- 07-07-2014 14:18
Wait for your results to come out before you do anything. I'm presuming you already have an offer, and so they will have already made their decision on how they view your past qualifications when setting the requirements.
I know it's hard, but you need to sit tight until results day.