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Do you have to drop an a-level in the second year Watch

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    Im applying for college and want to do Maths Physics , Biology and Geography but would have to drop one of these subjects
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    It's not compulsory, it's only a suggestion since A2 has more workload than AS.


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    You don't HAVE to but it is suggested for most people to achieve the best they can. I think I'm correct in saying Universities only really look at and care about 3 anyway so there's really no point
 
 
 
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