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Hi there. So i'm thinking about applying to do an engineering access course in france. The french are quite proud of their engineering schools and so if i want to stand a chance against the baccalaureat entrants, I will need to have three up to date a levels in maths, physics and chemistry (or further maths/biology). I was wondering if anyone had any experience of trying to sit three A levels (AS included) in one year? I already have an A in chemistry but it dates back to 2011 and as a result is no longer valid.

Any thoughts/advice welcome.

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I've moved this into the A-level forum - they might be better placed to help
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