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    All in band 1 subjects apart from c in General Studies (compulsory).

    Don't want to go through clearing, want to redo year - not going to do it at the school I was at before.

    Is there any funding to do it privately?

    Would be applying for Law or Econ [preferably], physics/engineering[wouldn't mind doing, but would prefer Law or Econ?

    What do I do, A2 Chem Coursework 60/60, A2 Phy coursework 42/60.

    Would want to do Phy cwk again, can't do it at old centre..

    Is there any funding available to do the exams as a private candidate?

    What do I do?

    What would you do?

    Soft exten circumstances for both years but there nevertheless.

    Could you also tell me which universities I have 0 chance of getting in.

    Not applying for dentistry/medicine but competitive courses nevertheless..

    Thanks in advance.
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    Why would you expect public funding as a private candidate?

    Your post is very vague, e.g. on the subjects you might want to study at uni, and lacking in detail, e.g. which subjects have you studied, 'soft exten circumstances' etc. How do you expect sensible replies?
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    :hugs: I think you'll be fine starting again. If you go to a college you can do it for free (unless its changed) perhaps choose subjects you feel you'll do really well in/ want too do definitely do.
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    Why would you expect public funding as a private candidate?

    Your post is very vague, e.g. on the subjects you might want to study at uni, and lacking in detail, e.g. which subjects have you studied, 'soft exten circumstances' etc. How do you expect sensible replies?
    since it is so expensive to do it privately.

    Okay will change OP..

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    :hugs: I think you'll be fine starting again. If you go to a college you can do it for free (unless its changed) perhaps choose subjects you feel you'll do really well in/ want too do definitely do.
    Problem with doing that is that they don't do OCR A Chem/Physics and seeing as I have the books for them I would be apprehensive of doing a different exam board i.e. Edexcel Chem..
 
 
 
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