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    Hi guys

    I'll start at the beginning, then. I'm supposed to be giving my ALs over the next two years (I'm from Bangladesh). I'm taking E. Lit, Language, Politics and Law. So, when I'd started my course, English wasn't available for IAL (and now it's too late to change my course), and I had to take GCE, but I wasn't aware that it would mean giving all four papers at the same time.

    I just found out today and I'm kinda in shock. I want to apply to Australia, and I don't know if they'll accept me at a top uni with just AS.

    I was wondering whether I should bail on the whole thing and just give my AS and go to Aus and apply for a foundation course and save time and money. Is this a good idea? Would a foundation course be tougher? I'm absolutely rubbish at maths, so I wouldn't be able to do that on a foundation, just an FYI.

    Or should I stick it out, give Law and Politics this year and then give the English subs in 2017? I'm pretty good at English... so would that be difficult for me under the new reform?

    I don't want to make a decision by myself, cuz I don't want to make one while I'm feeling this terrified of giving four papers at once.

    Thanks for reading through all that, I really appreciate any help at all. I'm just desperate at this point.
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