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    I just got through with my AS-Level exams via Edexcel. I went for IAL Math and Physics. I had a horrible physics teacher, to be honest, I ended up failing. My Math teacher was pretty good but this new IAL thing messed with my head and I found the C12 paper quite difficult, ended up with a C.

    I am going to be repeating both these subjects and moving to my hometown. They go with Cambridge only over there, so I'll have to switch to Cambridge.

    Is this a good idea? I'll be repeating the whole year as I feel like I won't be able to re-sit this Oct./November since the syllabus is so different from Edexcel's. It'll be hard and I'll fail haha.

    I hear Cambridge Math is more difficult while physics is even more complicated, compared to Edexcel.

    Please let me in on all your opinions. It is VERY appreciated.
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    Come on, you guys. Aaaanyone. Aanythiiing. Help me. :c
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