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    I'm doing four AS levels: English, RE, French & Art. And also the Welsh Baccalaureate.
    I've realised now that I really dislike art AS, and really want to quit it. It's too much work, and I struggle to cope with the amount of subjects I'm doing. As the minimum amount of subjects needed to remain a full time student is 3, I could quit at any time if I want. It's just I don't want to have worked as hard as I have up until now and have nothing to show for it. I'd like to get a grade for AS, and the UCAS points that will come with it.

    So if I quit after AS, when do I do that? Do I quit on results day, or on the first day of next term when the new timetables are given? And also, do I have to inform my art teacher or just the head of sixth?

    Sorry for so many simple questions, my college isn't really the most organised, or the best at giving us all the information we need.
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    Yes, I would say you've gotten this far with it, that's one term, just push out another 1 3/4 then you'll be done, you can drop art as soon as you come back to start A2's.
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    (Original post by finn61)
    Yes, I would say you've gotten this far with it, that's one term, just push out another 1 3/4 then you'll be done, you can drop art as soon as you come back to start A2's.
    Thanks so much. Honestly I'd be happy with a C at AS for art right now, it's actually the bane of my existence and my other subjects are suffering because of it:/
 
 
 
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