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    Are you aloud to do an AS-Level over the course of 2 years? So for example, doing English Literature throughout both years then sitting the exams at the end of the 2 years. So this could be done like learning the exam content in your sixth year then doing the coursework section during 7th year and then submitted in 7th year and then sit that exam in 7th year? or even in sixth?
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    (Original post by ozmo19)
    Are you aloud to do an AS-Level over the course of 2 years? So for example, doing English Literature throughout both years then sitting the exams at the end of the 2 years. So this could be done like learning the exam content in your sixth year then doing the coursework section during 7th year and then submitted in 7th year and then sit that exam in 7th year? or even in sixth?
    This seems very unlikely. Why would you need two years anyway? The second year would go over the same things as the first year anyway. Best ask your teachers
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    This seems very unlikely. Why would you need two years anyway? The second year would go over the same things as the first year anyway. Best ask your teachers
    Because ill be taking 4 other full A-Levels and another full level would be hard to manage. To sit in in the first year may be stressful so i was wondering if it was possible to spread the learning over the two years?
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    (Original post by ozmo19)
    Because ill be taking 4 other full A-Levels and another full level would be hard to manage. To sit in in the first year may be stressful so i was wondering if it was possible to spread the learning over the two years?
    Well, i personally wouldn't recommend so many as you only need 3 but if you're dead set on it then I suppose that's a good idea. I don't see why they wouldnt, really if that's your reason why. Just seems unnecessary unless you're like a polymath
 
 
 
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