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    Hello there I'm kinda anxious about this silly thing

    I have started cambridge A levels at this new school. I gave my O levels from CIE too (from another school). So I took A level English Literature as well but I realized that it's edexcel, and I wasn't properly informed about this.

    So should I carry on with this and give this one subject from edexcel with the other 4 from cie, or should I drop literature altogether? This school probably doesn't have cambridge A level literature, and I'm a bit reluctant to ask, because it's been a bit of a hassle to make them let me take lit. anyway.

    Thanks in advance, I'd appreciate your suggestions!
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    (Original post by moonlight elric)
    Hello there I'm kinda anxious about this silly thing

    I have started cambridge A levels at this new school. I gave my O levels from CIE too (from another school). So I took A level English Literature as well but I realized that it's edexcel, and I wasn't properly informed about this.

    So should I carry on with this and give this one subject from edexcel with the other 4 from cie, or should I drop literature altogether? This school probably doesn't have cambridge A level literature, and I'm a bit reluctant to ask, because it's been a bit of a hassle to make them let me take lit. anyway.

    Thanks in advance, I'd appreciate your suggestions!
    There is nothing wrong with completing A levels from as many awarding bodies as you like!
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    (Original post by LearnOnline)
    There is nothing wrong with completing A levels from as many awarding bodies as you like!
    oh that's reassuring to hear thanks
    So there won't be any kind of problems or drawbacks when I'm applying for university?
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    oh that's reassuring to hear thanks
    So there won't be any kind of problems or drawbacks when I'm applying for university?
    When it comes to your university application they will be interested in your grades!

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    (Original post by moonlight elric)
    I have started cambridge A levels at this new school. I gave my O levels from CIE too (from another school). So I took A level English Literature as well but I realized that it's edexcel, and I wasn't properly informed about this.

    So should I carry on with this and give this one subject from edexcel with the other 4 from cie, or should I drop literature altogether? This school probably doesn't have cambridge A level literature, and I'm a bit reluctant to ask, because it's been a bit of a hassle to make them let me take lit. anyway.
    The majority of students in the UK take A level exams with a mixture of different exam boards. It is absolutely not a problem.
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    That's great, thank you so much !
 
 
 
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