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    I got my as level results and they're really bad (which is an understatement). I got:
    Maths - D
    c1=b (73)
    c2=e (40)
    s1=e (44)

    Business Studies - D
    unit1=d (42)
    unit2=d (62)

    Biology - E
    unit1=e (38)
    unit2=u (45)
    practical=b (47)

    Psychology - E
    unit1=u (24)
    unit2=c (74)

    I want to do a accounting and finance degree at a good university (e.g. city uni, queen mary's, brunel - which all require AAB/ABB).

    I want to do my A levels in the course of three years max. I personally think that retaking my as level might be better for me but what if I mess up my A2 grades, then I can't retake them with already retaking my as level. (if that makes any sense!)

    If I do go ahead with A2, then I can only retake three modules and do 3 subjects.
    Should I retake my As level again?
    or
    Should I go ahead with A2 (just incase I mess them up and want to retake it) if so which subjects should I do and which modules should I retake?

    Thank you!
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    100% there will be some A2 modules that you will want to retake, so I think there is no other chance of doing both AS+A2 for your next 2 years and this is huge amount of work and I'd say drop Psychology,,business will be easy means you can only concentrate on 2 subjects and take them seriously...
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    100% there will be some A2 modules that you will want to retake, so I think there is no other chance of doing both AS+A2 for your next 2 years and this is huge amount of work and I'd say drop Psychology,,business will be easy means you can only concentrate on 2 subjects and take them seriously...
    Yeah I was planning on dropping psychology anyways. So you'r suggesting I go ahead with A2?
 
 
 
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