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System_of_a_down
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Hello all.

Last year I was only 15 and did my AS levels starting in January. . I was a lazy turd and because of the combination of these three events got the following results.

AS Law (D) modules were- B (near A)- D- E
As Psychology D (2 C's and one E)
AS Applied ICT D (2xc's and one U)
AS Business Studies B (a, a ,b)

The thing is I have moved country. There is a uni near me of VERY high reputation and there is a loophole. I can get in on ANY course so long as I have 2 A levels @ C and higher as well as 10 Gcse's @ B (got that).

Anyway what should I do? I need to get 2 c's.

What courses should I take. Im working @ home atm. What would you recommend. I have been looking at http://www.oxfordcollege.ac/


What A levels should I take. Considering They will accept any, is it worth me doing a full course in a year (E.g what is easiest)

Please respond asap as I need to order today.

Thanks for your help in advance

p.s are http://www.oxfordcollege.ac/ any good?
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(Original post by System_of_a_down)
Hello all.

Last year I was only 15 and did my AS levels starting in January. . I was a lazy turd and because of the combination of these three events got the following results.

AS Law (D) modules were- B (near A)- D- E
As Psychology D (2 C's and one E)
AS Applied ICT D (2xc's and one U)
AS Business Studies B (a, a ,b)

The thing is I have moved country. There is a uni near me of VERY high reputation and there is a loophole. I can get in on ANY course so long as I have 2 A levels @ C and higher as well as 10 Gcse's @ B (got that).

Anyway what should I do? I need to get 2 c's.

What courses should I take. Im working @ home atm. What would you recommend. I have been looking at http://www.oxfordcollege.ac/


What A levels should I take. Considering They will accept any, is it worth me doing a full course in a year (E.g what is easiest)

Please respond asap as I need to order today.

Thanks for your help in advance

p.s are http://www.oxfordcollege.ac/ any good?
Is there no way you can resit the units you did really badly in in Psychology and Applied ICT because if you got your E and U upto C grades you'd have 2 Cs?!?!
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How did you get those grades even without studying?
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Which country are you in and which uni is it? :hmmmm:
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(Original post by System_of_a_down)
Hello all.

Last year I was only 15 and did my AS levels starting in January. . I was a lazy turd and because of the combination of these three events got the following results.

AS Law (D) modules were- B (near A)- D- E
As Psychology D (2 C's and one E)
AS Applied ICT D (2xc's and one U)
AS Business Studies B (a, a ,b)

The thing is I have moved country. There is a uni near me of VERY high reputation and there is a loophole. I can get in on ANY course so long as I have 2 A levels @ C and higher as well as 10 Gcse's @ B (got that).

Anyway what should I do? I need to get 2 c's.

What courses should I take. Im working @ home atm. What would you recommend. I have been looking at http://www.oxfordcollege.ac/


What A levels should I take. Considering They will accept any, is it worth me doing a full course in a year (E.g what is easiest)

Please respond asap as I need to order today.

Thanks for your help in advance

p.s are http://www.oxfordcollege.ac/ any good?
my advice: don't bother going to uni. it may sound harsh but those excuses are crap. there should be no reason for those grades and if you struggled with basic a levels then you will find a degree very hard indeed.
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