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I failed by AS and now I have to do 12 exams along with my A2s. I was thinking of just revising for my AS exams and get straight A's (which won't be very hard) then do the A2 exams in my third year where I will have 10x more time.

For those wondering... I'm doing Maths, History & Economics. I messed up mainly because of my handwriting, the only topics I truly struggle with are D1 and S1.
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(Original post by TSRforum)
I failed by AS and now I have to do 12 exams along with my A2s. I was thinking of just revising for my AS exams and get straight A's (which won't be very hard) then do the A2 exams in my third year where I will have 10x more time.

For those wondering... I'm doing Maths, History & Economics. I messed up mainly because of my handwriting, the only topics I truly struggle with are D1 and S1.
How do you know you messed up mainly because of your handwriting?
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Yeah man, it's going to be near impossible to do it all alongside A2. Just be prepared to get very bored and sick of A levels by A2.
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