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    rite, iv finished my AS exams, doin biology computing economics and philosophy

    im dropping philosophy

    do i really have to go to the lessons in the next few weeks?
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    (Original post by el_ham1987)
    rite, iv finished my AS exams, doin biology computing economics and philosophy

    im dropping philosophy

    do i really have to go to the lessons in the next few weeks?
    Well i should think so! You could miss alot of work. My school says if we don't go to a lesson for the coming weeks we can't take it next year so we have to.
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    yea i wud..i was so 100% sure that i was gonna drop re... but it turned it i did better in it than it so i continued with re.... so best go to ur lessons just to be sure!
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    If you mean should you go to philosophy lessons in the next few weeks the you should for the attendance and maybe enlightenment if you're really into it, but I see what you mean. There's no point going if you're not doing the lesson. Take that time out as a free and explain it to the head of year.

    Don't miss your other lessons though as the A2 course starts now, right after the AS exams. And you need to know more for A2 than for AS and there's not much time to spare.
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    Go if you're not sure what you want to drop but if you're certain there's not toooooo much point. At my school you didnt have to.

    In fact everything in those 3 weeks we forgot and were just retaught in the A2 year. And people even swopped a few weeks into the A2 year so i think its fine.
 
 
 
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