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Hello, i want to do 3 full a-levels in 1year, i will be studying biology,maths and physics. Will this be possible? It will be studying at home and then ill go to an exam centre to take the exams. I will be paying £365 for each a-level and this is done by oxford.
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For maths and physics it'd be fairly easy I reckon. AS level is pretty simple for physics. And some people are just good at maths so it requires minimal effort.

Less so for biology because you have more to remember. Less about understanding, more about regurgitating facts.
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Ah, i was also wondering, I failed my first year of AS studies, then i retook the AS and failed again... then i did a BTEC in health and social care and completed 1 year of it and did not do the second year because i hated it so i did not complete that. But lets say if i get 3 A's in biology,maths,physics now will my previous fails at AS level hinder my chances to getting to a good university.
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Yup. But if you're anything at me, you'll find it hard to motivate yourself at home./
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